What’s The Craziest Thing A 23 Year Old Can Do…

… Something so shockingly beyond the mainstream? Something so “alternative”? Whatever could it be?

NBC thinks it’s being married at twenty three.

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At only twenty-three years old, he has a wife, Alexander, who was waiting patiently in the crowd, and together they have a two-year-old daughter waiting for them to return to their home in Reno, Nevada.

At such a young age, Wise has the lifestyle of an adult. He wears a Baby Bjorn baby carrier around the house. He also attends church regularly and says he could see himself becoming a pastor a little later down the road.

Behaving like an adult at the very adult age of twenty three?! Inconceivable! Doesn’t he know he should baking and eating entire cakes and whoring about with multiple partners till it blows up in his face?

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  • http://lerheims.wordpress.com/ Bridget Green

    The horror! (Says the woman who was married at 24 and has 8 children at 33 and is happy about it).

  • Awkpearl

    But, wait…if he’s only 23 and he has a 2 year old with his wife, then, then,….no it can’t be….he was HOW young when he married??? *faints*

  • James

    Can’t tell if someone at NBC forgot to use the ironic font or not.

    Been there, done that, and such a lifestyle is definitely alternative. Society doesn’t support young parents, which makes things very hard on people who decide to do that.

  • Tim Canny

    Just read an article about the Pope encouraging young people to have the courage to get married and start a family. How long before we see the MSM headline: Pope Approves of Alternative Lifestyles!

  • Stu

    I tell teenage boys all the time that if they want to be counter-cultural, wear a jacket and tie to school every day.

    If you really want to be counter-cultural, become a monk or friar.

  • LisaTwaronite

    Is it necessarily a bad thing, that most people these days aren’t married with a kid at 23? My parents were married with me already, at that age, but I hope that my own kids don’t marry until they’re in their 30′s, and I have told them this (though I know it’s totally out of my hands).