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Naughty Wife’s Wedding Day Advice



I was at a wedding and the groom was making a show of lifting his wife.. He first of all took time to flex muscles, then lifted her up and carried her around the podium. I could see he was having a good time systematically mocking those whose wives have grown beyond lifting. I chuckled.
He also showed off how he would be welcoming his wife home, by kissing and hugging her. My friend asked me why don’t husbands continue with that after the wedding day? The kissing and the hugging that is.
I told her because wives do not look the way they looked on their wedding day. By the way, forget about the public show of kissing, hugging and feeding; the googly eye and all, the bride is most likely not going to get any this tonight or in the few days to come.
With all the fanfare, I could see the bride sweating and puffing under her heavy gown and she walked like a duck on her high-heels. She is seriously tired and the groom too is also bushed and might not remember he has a dick for the next one week or more.
If you guys want to, or plan to poke on your wedding night, to make it that memorable, keep the excitement and anxiety on the minimal level. Don’t overwork yourself, don’t get involved in too many things, delegate everything to capable hands, just sit back and smile all the time, sipping wine and thinking of the shagging style you guys would use tonight. But it is better you first go missionary on your wedding night; its virginal, romantic.
But if the MC is taking too much time to call you guys to the reception, you can take a quick doggy in the bathroom where you guys are kept, while waiting; more reason you should wear comfortable wedding gown to the reception. All the groom needs to do is to zip down, you hitch up your gown and you are good to go.
Guests would be wondering why you guys are giggling all through the wedding.

_IFY Chiemeziem

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  1. hello bae!!!

    April 27, 2015 at 5:39 pm

    you are very,very,very,very,very,very,naughty!!haba!!

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