Hmm,why not? Do you really need a piece of paper to commit yourself to someone you love? No.
no, but why tie up the other person by dating when u don't wanna marry them
You act as if marriage is the highest form of a relationship, when all it really is is a legal representation of the love that (theoretically) already exists.
That's right. You don't need marriage to have love. If you're both happy the way it is...no need to change it.
Comparable analogy:<br />
I have a great car, I enjoy it, everything works on it, but I know one day I will have to trade it in, should I get rid of it since I know I will one day have to trade it in?
Only a man would compare a car to a relationship with a girl... agree with u btw
You can take that analogy one step further: cars depreciate in value, and may not be as easy a sell to the next owner, if the first one holds on 'til it's no longer shiny and new-looking.
Egh, sounds a bit too superficial to me.
It depends on what you want. If you hope to someday get married, but know he or she is not the one, no point in wasting too much time. If neither of you are interested in being married, you can date as long as you're happy together.
I'd like to think that marriage is the least important thing in a loving relationship, and that a piece of paper is nothing compared to the other person who you want to spend the rest of your life with, whether you're legally recognized or not.<br />
If you can't stand the idea of not having a piece of paper saying you're legally together and get tax benefits, then I'm not really sure why I'm answering your question.
whats the point in dating if u r not getting married? just b freinds
Two words: life partners.
If this is your end goal go for it!
It depends on whether you enjoy it or not. It's up to you.