Divorce Rate Lowest Since 1970 — Who Should We Marry?

Did you hear? The divorce rate has hit a 37-year low, mostly because the marriage rate is at an all-time low, which is mostly because members of the children-of-divorce generation can pretty much tell exactly why they'd divorce any given person they sleep with, which is why they usually don't bother getting married in the first place. On the other hand, when they do get married, they're probably also pleasantly surprised, given that the rising cost of health-care and the continued off-shoring of entire American employment sectors makes a dual-income household in the suburbs look pretty fucking awesome compared to the whole spiritually and financially bankrupt lifestyle of the "emotionally unavailable." Which brings us to today's poll, which we ask a fuck-buddy (past), fuck-buddy (present), boss-man and good friend — in that order — why they'd leave us. And then ask you who we should marry anyway. Click through to weigh in.

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US Divorce Rate Lowest Since 1970 [CNN]