Being married is weird because even though you get to be with your best friend for eternity, you spend a lot of time alone (because your best friend works nights and he's your only other roommate), and most of your single friends don't want to hang out with you anymore (because...?).
I like this video.
P.S. I love being married. I wouldn't trade it for anything.
I guess I just don't understand why it's socially acceptable to exclude your friends once they start getting involved in a serious relationship. I know that a person may not hang out with their friends as much once they get a significant other, but wouldn't a true blue be happy for their friend for finding someone they love? Dynamics of friendships change as you get older, no matter what. Don't good friends work to keep that relationship instead of just moving on to other social entertainers? One of my former classmates said that once you got older, the people you work with become your friends. I didn't get that until now.
I've never been so alone in my life. But I don't feel lonely (most of the time).
P.P.S. I'm still the same person. I just have a husband and a new last name.