A Quarter of Young People Think Marriage Should Be a Temporary Contract
Does it make me sound like an old fashion guy if I say marriage should not work like my Verizon deal?
According to a new survey, a quarter of people between 18 and 24 would support a change making marriage contracts temporary .
So after five or 10 years, you'd have the option to renew your marriage . . . or upgrade to a new partner.
I'll say this: That would sure make people work a hell of a lot harder on their marriages.
The survey also found one-third of people under 24 think polygamy should be legal . . . and about half say you should be able to get divorced without citing any specific reason.