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NOT Having Sex on Your Wedding Night?

The Daily Mail reports, ”

More than half of couples DON’T have sex on their wedding night – mostly  because the groom is too drunk

  • Poll of 2,128 newlyweds found 52% don’t  have sex on wedding night
  • A quarter of the time groom gets too  drunk, 13% of the time, bride
  • One in ten couples argue before the  reception finishes”

That’s a little sad!

It is supposed to be the happiest day of  their lives, but for most couples it does not have the perfect  ending.

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For the majority fail to consummate their  marriage on their wedding night, a survey shows. And the most frequent reason is  that the groom was too drunk to make love.

The bride falling asleep and arguments during  the reception were also blamed for couples not having sex on their first night  as man and wife.

The poll questioned 2,138 people who  married in  the past three years.

More than half – 52 per cent – admitted to not  making love on their wedding night and 17 per cent waited for  more than three  days after the ceremony.

Of those who did not consummate their  marriage on their wedding night, 24  per cent said it was because the groom was  too drunk.

For 16 per cent it was because the bride was  too tired and fell asleep and for 13 per cent it was because the bride was too  drunk.

In 4 per cent of cases it was  the groom who  fell asleep.

Eleven per cent said it was because they had  their children to look after, and 9 per cent admitted that they had had an  argument before the wedding  reception ended.

In another 9 per cent of cases, the couples  spent their wedding night travelling  to their honeymoon destination, while 7  per cent stayed up all night  partying with guests.

George Charles, marketing director of Voucher  Codes Pro, which commissioned  the survey, said: ‘The emphasis of wedding night  sex for married couples is no longer a huge factor.

‘It may be that the stress and pressure of  organising a wedding takes the  main priority, especially considering such a  large proportion of couples have been living together for years.’”

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That’s interesting! I guess the NEW wedding tradition is NOT to have sex on your wedding night anymore despite the whole day intending to be an over-the-top celebration of love for each other.

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