Don’t let your Facebook newsfeed fool you, you aren’t the only one of your friends not heading to the altar. According to data whiz Randy Olson, practically no one is getting married anymore. So much so that current American marriage rates are the lowest they’ve ever been, even lower than the numbers posted during The Great Depression. Olson’s deep dive into the world of matrimony took data from the CDC ranging from the 1860s to present day. His definitive conclusion for today’s low marriage rates: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. While Olson’s data pointed to events like the Dust Bowl and World War II as reasons for low marriage rates, no such comparable catastrophe can be attributed to the steady decline seen in marriage rates since the 1980s. Unless you count Tinder creeps as a catastrophe, that is.