The factors behind why some singles are more likely than others to tie the knot.
In these uncertain times, the media knows that we've got a lot of things to be anxious about.
Is Levi Johnston seriously running for mayor of Wasilla? How's Snooki doing,post-arrest? What's going to happen toSteven Slater, that crazy JetBlue flight attendant who found a new use for the emergency chute?
But there's one worry that's taking up more mental real estate than any other. That, of course, is "Am I ever going to get married???" lemondrop: Project Husband -- She's Got the Gown, Now She Needs the Groom
See, we all need to be very concerned about this issue; if we aren't, we might never achieve our true purpose in life before becoming old and dried up and useless. Luckily for all of us, though, our friends at the Daily Beast have compiled a helpful list outlining factors that contribute to the likelihood of a given person getting married. Its main takeaway point: Rich, educated, white Americans who were never fat are more likely to tie the knot than other people. Color us shocked! lemondrop: I Now Pronounce You Annoying -- Wedding Trend
There are also numerous other random attributes that make some people more likely to get married than others. But let's be real -- getting married isn't necessarily a good thing. Even if something ups your chances of walking down the aisle, it's bound to bring a downside with it. For example ... lemondrop: Waiting for a Guy to Propose? What's Wrong With Doing It Yourself?
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Written by Hillary Busis for lemondrop.