) -- something that’s better off left to our friends in the 'burbs.
The national average marrying age, according to The Knot, is 29 for brides and 31 for grooms, which is still relatively “old” compared to past averages.
Apparently, New Yorkers aren’t the only ones that aren’t super-eager to start filing joint taxes before the age of 25.
The women are all frustrated because the guy hasn't left his wife, and they want some form of commitment from him.
If you're having an affair with a married man, this going to be a virtual slap in the face, and it's one you need.
Kaplan, whose company has branches in other major cities, like Los Angeles and Chicago, is digging into a stereotype embraced and touted like a badge by young New Yorkers: marriage in New York City is different than the rest of the country.