I mean, take dining out at restaurants for example: Unless you exhibit great self-control and social skills, nobody likes waiting for his or her food to get prepared when out to eat.
"Terrified of not only the legal and the financial and the economic but the personal and social fall out of divorce." Interestingly, this fear of divorce is actually giving way to healthier marriages, overall, because people are taking more time getting to know each other before tying the knot, Fisher said.
In fact, the entire evolution of modern technology has pretty much revolved around one main premise: eliminate waiting.
As part of the human race, we've all been blessed with a limited stock of patience, which is why our society has gravitated towards a system of instant gratification.
Among them, the biggest at play are typically age, and whether or not you want marriage and children.
If you want to get married and/or have a family this often impacts how long you’re willing to wait for someone to pop the question.