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This try-before-you-buy approach to matrimony looks like it's only going to increase.No doubt adults who graduate in the next few years, with five-times the debt we left university with, will see marriage as even less of a priority. As Terence Blacker wrote in this newspaper earlier this year, mine is – hopefully!
For various reasons, it was decided that I might be wise to maybe, perhaps, possibly start considering the possibility of shopping for an engagement ring. A bit of saving later, a proposal here or there, months of talking about flowers and first dances – we eventually alighted on "(Just Like) Starting Over" by your man above – and we were married, both aged 27. We were both ready, happy and mad-keen for a lifetime's supply of John Lewis crockery and glassware (about half of which remains unsmashed). We all met at university and the greater number of women in higher education is cited as one of the main reasons for the average marriage age getting increasingly older.At that point, marriage felt like a provincial concept, weighty and dull.In my early twenties, I saw at least the next decade as one filled with spontaneous travel, parties with amazing music and ridiculous conversation, rather than polite chit-chat about house prices and fertility.In the end, we decided to spread our shoe-string budget across a registry office do for the family on the Friday, followed by a two-day party at an artist's commune and the surrounding countryside, which my husband had connections to.To the horror of some of our less open-minded relatives, this involved camping, home-brewed cider and a friend's band, in a place co-habited by various people including an 89-year-old nudist and morning-jog enthusiast.
“It turns out that cohabitation doesn’t cause divorce and probably never did,” says Kuperberg.