CELEBRITY:EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT... BRADD'S COMMENTS ABOUT MARRIAGE.FIRST David Beckham's image as a loyal husband took a bashing bash
v. bashed, bash·ing, bash·es
1. To strike with a heavy, crushing blow: The thug bashed the hood of the car with a sledgehammer.
2. after a number of allegations, which although denied have tarnished his once flawless image.
Then, just when you thought it was safe to believe in celebrity happy- ever-afters, Brad Pitt wades in with some comments to dash our hopes all over again.
Mr Pitt says he and his wife Jennifer Aniston don't 'cage each other with the pressure of happy ever after' and then adds: "There is so much pressure from day one to be with someone forever - and I'm not sure that it really is in our nature to be with something for the rest of our lives."
Brad insists he's not in trouble with the missus mis·sus
Variant of missis.
missus or missis
1. Brit, Austral & NZ informal over his thoughts on matrimony MATRIMONY. See Marriage. , as they discuss everything, but if he was my husband, you'd still be able to see the marks from my tongue lashing.
Can someone please tell me what the point is of making vows which clearly state marriage is for life, in fact til death do us part, and then in public (I feel for his wife) saying you're not sure if that's the case.
If marriage isn't your thing, fine.
You can always live together, and many couples are very happy without the need for a wedding and a proclamation An act that formally declares to the general public that the government has acted in a particular way. A written or printed document issued by a superior government executive, such as the president or governor, which sets out such a declaration by the government. of vows.
Why declare in front of all your friends and family this is forever, only to backtrack a few years down the line?
I've never been married, but I've had boyfriends who've made it clear they'd like to be, and that's where we've parted company.
My parents have a great marriage, but then they both whole-heartedly believe in the institution, and work at it because they know it's for keeps.
I don't think I could make the compromises they have, and so I'd feel a hypocrite making vows I knew I couldn't keep.
If you meet the right person (and it's a big if) you should be walking down the aisle without a shadow of doubt that this is for keeps.
There are plenty of alternatives to marriage, and if you don't feel up to the promises you have to make, you have to be brave enough to say so - before you get spliced and not after.