“1+1=3 & 3÷2=0.5,” a
peculiar formula works
in married life.
1+1=3, 3÷2=0.5 – what is
the true nature of this weird formula?
The answer is marriage.
Let me interpret this
formula. When a man and woman marry, it does not become 1+1=2 but becomes 3.
When they break up, it does not become 3÷2=1.5 but becomes 0.5
When a man and woman
stay single, they make money for themselves to get by or save some money. On
average, people rarely save a lot of money.
B.u.t…! When people
marry, a bizarre thing happens to them.
(One or both of) A
husband and wife make money and live together. They raise children, buy house,
and save up for the retirement.
Both need to be
responsible, which actually makes couple concerned about economy. Couple can
save money and cut costs for being singleness.
Therefore, most couples
enjoy their “+@” economy.
Then what happens when
From the economic
perspective, both a husband and wife become ‘lose-lose.’
Couple cannot enjoy a
big house as they break up. They are likely to have come to live in a smaller
house. The more they get older, the more they need to spend money. Even if
(s)he stays alone, expense grows.
If we divide this
situation (of a husband and wife) into two, it becomes (not even half) half of
half. The situation gets worse, and they become helplessly shabby.
Hence, this kind
of weird formula works in marriage.
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