Recently a Princeton alum wrote a controversial letter urging young Princeton women to find their husbands on campus, and fast. Ali invited her friend Lee Woodruff, author of ‘Those We Love Most,’ to talk about how young is too young for marriage.
Ali met her husband in her mid-thirties, and Lee met hers in her mid-twenties, they both agreed that men and women need to reach a certain level of maturity before they get married.
“When I think of the people I was dating in college,” Ali said, “I wouldn’t still be married today.”
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“All those biker boys you were shacking up with? Not marriage material,” Lee agreed.
Then Ali accused Lee of cheating on her husband, and Lee shot back that she was cheating on her husband with Ali’s husband, but that’s not important.
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But as for the notion that college was the best place to meet the person you’ll spend the rest of your life with, Ali said, “I have too many examples of people I know for this to be a philosophy I want to pass down to my daughters.
So what advice would Lee and Ali give? Watch this episode of Daily Shot!