"Well, I married my dream girl, I married my dream girl, but she didn't tell me her credit was bad. So now, instead of living in a pleasant suburb, we're living in the basement at her mom and dad's. No! We can't get a loan for a respectable home, just because my girl defaulted on some old credit card. If we'd gone to freecreditreport.com, I'd be a happy bachelor with a dog and a yard."Throughout the video, the husband and his two friends are singing and playing their instruments while the wife stalks around, rather upset, doing house chores. She's throwing things and slamming doors, while he carries a mocking, self-satisfied look on his face. We give our engaged couples some general financial advice, but this is crazy. Has marriage simply become an avenue for social advancement?
If marriage is only the legitimization of a sexual and emotional relationship, why not? Maybe a vast majority of Americans have no sense of the singularity of marriage. Maybe it is true, as the canon lawyers say, that many couples don't even know what they are simulating as they attempt marriage and, from the very beginning, fail.
Now if we can just get the starving to realize they're hungry.