Italian Men and Marriage?

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There is a stereotype that exists about Italian men and marriage in that Italian men are supposedly always cared for by their mothers, so they never have to worry about things like bills or picking up after themselves. Therefore, it is nearly impossible to have a serious relationship with one, let alone marriage.
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