8 Reasons Why you Should Marry the Complicated Girl (suggested subtitle: Marry the Special Snowflake)
by Lauren Skirvin on Dec. 4, 2014
“Why wasn’t it me?” Carrie asked the love of her life right before he married another woman. “No, seriously. I really need to hear you say it. Come on, be a friend.”
“I don’t know. It just got so hard… and she’s…” replied Mr. Big.
I know it’s cliché to quote “Sex and the City,” but it’s still so relevant.
Is it cliché to quote Sex and the City? But the bigger question: will this lead to using more Sex and the City analogies to talk about the dating world? The answer is undoubtedly yes.
This episode revealed to girls like me what we’ve subconsciously known for a long time: We are the type of girls you should be with, but you don’t want to be with.
Sweeping generalities: 1
Carrie is complicated. She doesn’t put up with not getting everything she deserves. She craves more from Big. She has opinions and a life and dreams for the two of them together.
This just in: complicated women don’t put up with not getting everything they deserve, have opinions and lives. Wow, the word must be full of complicated women.
Not that Natasha doesn’t care. But, she is a basic girl who wants to keep the peace at any cost, even if that means she put her needs aside. Her mind isn’t quite as analytical and imaginative as Carrie’s, so she can put up with more. She’s simple.
Nothing screams “A MILLENIAL WROTE THIS” more than using “basic” to describe a woman.
I am not simple. I am a challenge for any man, I will admit. As hard as I try to be the simple girl, it is just not in my nature to be one. I demand more from everyone because I see great potential.
Yes, I’m sure women actively try to be “simple.”
But, a real man knows that by being with a complicated girl, he will be better for it.
Or, I don;t know, I’m just spitballing here, maybe men should be with women who love them, and vice versa.
This is the type of girl you should marry. You may think it’s not what you want, but you want her.
So wait, do I want her or don’t I? I’m confused.
Even stubborn Mr. Big came to realize he didn’t want it easy, and he ended up cheating on Natasha… with Carrie.
No one will encourage you to follow your dreams.
Literally no one but a “complicated” girl will encourage you to follow your dreams, so you’d better go find one, gentlemen.
And now we finally get into the “8 reasons…”
Marry the girl who tells you exactly what she expects and follows through.
As opposed to the girl who tells you exactly what she doesn’t expect and doesn’t follow through? Because that would be pretty complicated too.
Marry the girl who can talk politics, even if her opinions are different from yours.
If she can’t talk politics, forget about her. Even if she has a PhD in chemistry.
Marry the girl with whom you sometimes fight.
My cousin married a girl he’s never fought with even once and she’s a very articulate woman. Checkmate, atheists.
Don’t get me wrong; a complicated girl who is not yet mature will be a pain in the ass. She will pick fights with you about everything, and you will always feel like a failure in her presence because you won’t know how to make her happy.
But, with a little experience and wisdom, this is the girl who will become wife material. And, once she’s at that point, you better never let her get away, or you’ll risk losing the best thing you ever had.
Experience I get, but wisdom? How does one chance upon that? It seems key to the whole argument here.