The “New York Taxi Driver” Theory

March 10, 2011 § 1 Comment

According to this idea, men — like New York taxi drivers — cruise around all day, picking up fares. They carry some for a long time, some for just a short while, without giving it all that much thought. But at a certain point, when they’re tired, maybe bored and have had their fill, the taxi driver decides it’s time to turn off his light and go home. Whoever is in the back of his metaphorical relationship taxi at that point is the one he marries. — via TimesOnline

At a certain point, a relationship becomes less emotional and more transactional. I want to be the taxi driver.

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