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When's the best time to get married? Are twenties too young? Forties too old?
When's the best time to get married? Are twenties too young? Forties too old?

Nothing makes you feel more unmarried than when people insinuate that you're too old to be alone. Being single's normal, even advisable, when you're in your early twenties; find a job, play the field, travel the world, but once you hit a certain age, it's time to to magically stop being selfish so that you can commit your life to another person. Actor Doug Hutchison, 51, Marries A 16-Year-Old Country Singer

Nothing makes you feel more unmarried than when people insinuate that you're too old to be alone. Being single's normal, even advisable, when you're in your early twenties; find a job, play the field, travel the world, but once you hit a certain age, it's time to to magically stop being selfish so that you can commit your life to another person.

The question is, just when is this pivotal age? Plenty of women who intend on raising a sizeable family name age 24 to 27 as their ideal. Other other people point out that it depends on whether you're a man or a woman; the former should wait until they're after 30, while the latter need to hurry up before their biological clock stops ticking. According to our Facebook fans, who answered this question for us a couple of months ago, the best age to get married is either 30-ish, or never. Meanwhile, we know quite a few women who got engaged during their senior year of college (M.R.S. Degree holders, reveal yourselves!).

What do you think? When is the best age to get married?

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