Wouldn't it be four? Count the original two, then the one who remarried after divorce and you have three. Then you have to add the one who said person married and you get four.
No, because the person who got remarried only counts once. So there's the original couple, plus the one person that the divorced person married. There are only 3 people in that scenario.
This noble man speaks the truth (even tho it's anon). The statistics are wrong, by the way. There were 20.35 MM marriages last year, so as we can see the reposted image ist **** and OP therefore is a fag (as stated before).
He has a point. The actual statistics most likely count each marriage separate. Barring polygamy, the number would be even. Think about **** before you comment...man.
No, he does not have a point. The content says "4,153,237 PEOPLE got married last year" It does not say there were that many marriages. If it did say there were that many marriages, then how could it be impossible to have an odd number? You sir, are an idiot.
"It does not say there were that many marriages. If it did say there were that many marriages, then how could it be impossible to have an odd number?"
I said it probably counted each marriage separate, counting someone twice if they got married twice. That is how.
Just like I said, the statistical data that the OP found does not count how many different people got married. It actually counts how many marriages occurred. OP also happens to be wrong. He fudged the report to make a joke.
source: www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr58/nvsr58_23.pdf