There are two moments when a man is the most handsome. One is when he is serious and the other is when he pays the bill. But many women complained that after marriage, a man’s wallet became a bank safe, which is easy to store but difficult to retrieve. But according to the British “New Scientist” magazine, a new study shows that men are actually more willing to spend money for their partners after marriage.
This research was jointly completed by Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico. Researchers divided the subjects into two groups, namely “unmarried group” and “married group”. The “married group” needs to recall the process of bonding with the partner and write down the scene of the first date with each other. The “unmarried group” looked at a street view photo and then described the ideal weather for a walk. Afterwards, the researchers asked two groups of people to imagine how they would like to spend a small fortune, how much, and who they would spend with.
The results show that the presence or absence of a partner affects the consumption standards of men and prompts them to open their wallets. In the “married group”, men are more willing to spend money on luxury goods for their lovers and travel to Europe together. Men in the “unmarried group” not only hope to spend less, but also expect to spend less in love. Among the women in the “married group”, more people expressed their willingness to spend time in social charity activities. This difference was not reflected in the two groups of men.