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- May 31, 2020
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Biggest fraud marriage... my girlfriends best friend. She looks plastic.... demanded her sister take diet pills for the wedding or she wouldn’t be allowed in the bridal party....cost somewhere in the neighborhood of 250k
After her wedding I was at another wedding her and her husband also attended... her husband got popped by some dude he tried to kiss.... and then got thrown out for telling a 14 year old boy he was hot........ the most bizarre sh!t I’ve ever seen... and if you look on their social media it would appear they are in heaven
Weddings Mean Nothing - Here's How To Prove It - Alpha Male 2.0
Enable Dark Mode Enable Light Mode Get Free Email Updates! Join us for FREE to get instant email updates! There’s a very interesting article right here about the percentages of newlyweds unsure about the wedding and whether this correlates to the four year divorce rate, which is the first big...
The whole 2014 Randal Olson analysis is flawed for a lot of reasons."Couples who elope are 12.5x more likely to end up divorced than couples who get married at a wedding with 200+ people."
1. The sample size was only marriages that began in 2008 or later. In 2014, those marriages were between 0-6 years old. A lot of marriages fail between 5-15 years into the marriage.
If we were to look at 2008-2014 started marriages in 2023, there would be a higher failure rate than looking at them through the 2014 lens.
2. The "reference points" chosen by authors made no sense in most cases. Research that has reference points near either medians or average of behavior are more sensible.
For example, in the variable "how long you were dating prior to marriage", the reference point of behavior is dating 12 months or less before marriage. That's ridiculous. Most people's wedding days are not within 12 months of a first date with a person.
3. Factors tend to conflict.
Example: More guests at wedding = lower probability of divorce while at the same time increased costs of wedding = more likelihood of divorce.
The more guests at a wedding, the more likely the cost of the wedding goes up. How do you add guests to a wedding without increasing costs?
Also, 200+ guests at a wedding is a lot. One of the weddings I skipped had a guest count in the low 100s. I thought that was a big wedding but apparently it wasn't.