2019 Fiancees

The term fiancée doesn't mean anything anymore. When I was younger, most divorce happened in the mid 30s and above. My generation, I'm mid 30s and most people I know now have had multiple fiancées and almost use the term to over embellish boyfriend/girlfriend. It's gotten to the point that when someone tells me they have a new fiancée I almost assume it won't end in marriage. None of them do.


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Mar 22, 2019 at 12:56pm

Gives it a nice marketing zing.
The "fiancee" can have a bunch of "last flings", as people try to get some in before person goes "off the market". Especially effective for women, since d is a cheap commodity nowadays.
Break up, give it a while, do it all over again.
Spice up an otherwise humdrum existence.

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Might be true of your acquaintances...

Mar 22, 2019 at 4:15pm

but in my friends group (mid 30s), most of them are happily married and have been married for 5-10 years. Nobody divorced, and unlikely to be. Marriage requires maturity, commitment and hard work. Cynical people shouldn't get engaged/married since they tend to give up.

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