- It’s handy to have a husband. Who else is going to assemble the furniture, open jars, carry heavy stuff, empty the trash, fix my computer… all those things I am literally unable to do. The list of a husband’s possible uses is too long for this blog.
- To get a new name. No, wait, not in my case. My name is Cécile Meier, which is a pretty cool name. My fiancé’s last name is BUTCHER. Can I really be a vegetarian and be called Butcher? Everytime I say his name, I have this vision:Neither sexy nor glamourous. So I tried to convince Nick to take my name instead; such a thing is possible in Switzerland. Reasons for his refusing: “I’m my dad’s only son, it would break his heart to know that our name won’t go on, and your dad has 3 sons. My name wins.” Ok, but why would we want to perpetuate the name Butcher?
- To get a ring. I am not a cold-hearted materialistic bitch, but it is quite handy to have one when some annoying guy is hitting on me. I show the magic ring and tell the fool I’m already taken. Easy and efficient.
- Regular sex is healthy.
- I want kids, and I cannot make them on my own.
- It’s too hard to be single. You live alone, eat alone, pay your bills alone and so on.
- My husband will always be there for me to vent at when I’m frustrated about something.
- To appear more responsible and mature without having to work on it.
- My husband will have a moral obligation to give me attention, compliments, hugs, and presents all the time.
- When it’s cold, Nick provides natural, eco-friendly body heat for our bed. My feet are highly addicted to it.
Bonus reason: Married woman are more attractive because they are harder to get.
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