I believe many of the people who answered this neglected the factor of the quote. "everyone will have to get married atleast as soon as of their life time, no one deserves to be glad all their life" manner in case you are married, then you'll be sad in the course of the wedding. I believe he is quoting the perspective of a cynic who's had dangerous marriages. A lot are dangerous like that when you consider that many folks are immature in relationships, and marry for the mistaken factors, however at the same time, some persons end up in fairly good marriages which do not break aside like that. On the flip side though, no marriage is best, so all could have issues, alternatively life is the same (even though I do not suppose this interpretation used to be regarded by means of the creator). Assuming you are judging true or false on the foundation of "each person desires to expertise whatever which will not be exceptional but is a part of lifestyles" (and no longer whether or not marriage is or shouldn't be dangerous), then i'd say the statement is correct to an extent (I agree, but I don't suppose anyone will have to be forced to do something, simplest informed, for this reason I disagree with using "will have to"). Convuluted reply I believe, however given how Lord Bryon worded it, there are just a few one-of-a-kind things to say. Or to paraphrase; true, however I suppose he is being overly cynical and has debateable premises for his argument.