100 things to do before you're married?
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What would you do before you're tied to a committed relationship for the rest of your life and to building & supporting a family? Obviously things that you definitely can't ...show more
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backpack through Europe alone
Honestly, I wouldn't do anything different. I'm obviously with that one person that I want to spend the rest of my life with and no one else. Anything I would want to do (skydiving, bunjee jumping, etc.) I would do it with my future spouse.
bunjee jump or skydive, a true feeling of freedom through flying.
there arent that many things you cant do when married (apart fromt he obvious sleeping with every tom, dick and harry, if thats your type of thing!) you can still skydive, travel, do WHTEVER you want when ur married, its not an illness its a commitment. i couldnt imagine tellin my H2B that he couldnt skydive after our wedding, or go on a boys weekend (infact im gettin him a skydive as a wedding gift!)
life is for living and it is extra special if you get to live it with someone by your side!
Make a list, then find someone you can do those things with. Being married shouldn't stop you from doing anything you want.
I've done a lot that's been listed prior to getting married (skydiving, travelling Europe, etc) and I plan on doing more of it after - in fact he wants to go skydiving so I'll probably be cheering him on! The only factors that affect what you do are: 1. You're in a committed relationship, so obviously no others allowed, but that's been the case for me for years of being unmarried; 2. If you have kids you have to take more responsibility for activities that could kill/injure you, but I would hope you are cautious not to do that even when single; and 3. Kids require someone to watch them while your off on adventures (or you have to bring them), but my dog requires a sitter too, so I still have to plan around him for long trips. Basically nothing will change for me by being married, so do what you want when you want (just not WHO you want when you want).
there are no big limitations after marriage. the only thing you cant do after "I do" is cheat with someone else. sure kids may be a hurdle but they still wont hold you back and neither will a spouse.
Travel the World
here is what i want to do before i get married,i want to get myself the highest degree in my studies,i want to get to know myself better and i want to own everything that i want before i say i do for life.Make sure you know what you really want and do that before you say i do.
the best advice i can give you ( without giving you a list of the top 100 ) is to never look back... try not to wonder "what if" and definitely never, never, hold a grudge against your future wife if there are experiences she has had that you never had the opportunity to do.... love her and keep her, be good to your children and make a great spouse!!!
Traveling I would do this after marriage too if you found "The One" but not with kids
Oh the cost of travelling with kids is atrocious. I could probably go around the world a couple of times with it
I know that you would like a answer but all I can tell you is that do whatever you want to do like traveling to places with friends or something fun it's all up to you and don't listen to anybody getting married is a important and a good step after you enjoy life to the fullest . Hope this helped!
i mean even when your married you can still do some things like skydive , bungee jump, etc married does'nt stop you from that what does is having a family and children so once you 2 get married have fun before you have children because once you do there going to be one ur top list..and won't stop being number 1 priority until there 18 and off to college
lmao here's something to do before you get married get some stripper's and have fun before your off to being with only one guy/girl
Wait till you turn at least 25.
In no particular order;
find a spouse
propose to someone
buy a wedding dress
book a church
hire a string quartet
book a hotel for the reception
make up invites
send the invites to your friend and family
write your vows
buy a big cake
have a stag do
Just don't ever get married.
Life is much too short to pretend that you will forever be happy with just one person.
There are 6,000,000,000 others on the face of this planet. Good luck finding that "one."