The Benefits of Long-Term Dating

Sometimes you shouldn’t put a ring on it, even if you like it. John Elerick explains why we should all take a cue from Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell and embrace the super long-term relationship over the married life

Released on 5/27/2015

Credits

Starring: John Elerick

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Transcript

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You know who's doing it right?
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Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn.
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They've been together for 32 years and they're not married.
00:05
Th have a kid together, own a house together,
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it's perfect.
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Think about that for a second.
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A 32-year relationship when divorce rates
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are at and all-time high.
00:14
So fellows, maybe you don't have to lock it down
00:16
and spend an insane amount of money
00:17
on a piece of stone and metal,
00:18
an even insaner amount of money
00:20
on a giant party for other people,
00:22
and the insanest amount of money on attorney's fees.
00:25
Take a script from old Kurt and Goldie.
00:27
Less is way, way more.
00:30
You know who's doing it right?
00:32
Yoga.
00:33
Nobody talks, nobody complains.
00:35
You never have to hear that meathead
00:36
in the background groaning. (groans)