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Twitter Users' Funny Answers to Lowering Saudi Divorce Rate

Saudi Wants to Lower Divorce Rates and the Twittersphere's Response Was DEEP


With divorce rates in Saudi Arabia on the up, the people of the kingdom took it upon themselves to find a solution on Sunday, with many taking to Twitter to contribute to the conversation.

And in true Twitter style, the social media platform brought forth a range of answers, a really interesting range

From those who chimed in to say couples should attempt to change for one another, to others who insisted men and women should know their role, there's no doubt the feedback is very entertaining.

Some gems include one user telling men to have four wives, another advising against arranged marriage and those who told people simply not to rush into saying "I do" because they felt they were getting old.

One thing's for sure though, a whole bunch of people were adamant that family members shouldn't have a say in the marriage and lots of commenters even added that getting hitched probably isn't the best idea to begin with.

See the highlights below.

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