The LoveFeed discusses Tad Safran's article "What Makes Men Commit?" on TimesOnline.
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Your eyes locked across the credit room and from that moment on, the two of you would be destined to be together forever or maybe was tired of being single and was ready to commit. According to the TimesOnline.com, for men marriage maybe more about timing than it is about love. Well, women expect their future husbands to show up on the white horse. Bachelor Tad Safran claims that for men, reality is best explained by the near of taxi driver theory in which the driver cruising around all night picking affairs until finally he gets tired and takes home whoever happens to be in the back of his cab. Apparently, a whole lot of marriages occur the mercy of the off duty light and smell like incense and it’s really, really hard to get a proposal when it’s raining. Safran is not completely cynical. By his own admission, his brother is absurdly, happily married and falls into the “you know when you know” count. And well, he likes to think of himself as a romantic. He admits there were five women he dated who probably would have been great wives and concludes the most honest man say, “It’s all in the timing.” Next time, I’ll get in the cab with the hot driver and I'm asking them to take me straight to Vegas.