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Nearly 70 Pc of Couples Play Board Games on Their Wedding Night: Poll

by Bidita Debnath on August 3, 2014 at 11:27 PM
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 Nearly 70 Pc of Couples Play Board Games on Their Wedding Night: Poll

Two-thirds of married couples play board games instead of "hitting the sack" on their wedding night, reveals a new poll.

According to the poll by chillisauce.co.uk. on 5,000 adults, only a third of married couples end their big day with post-nuptial nookie while the others would rather fling off their dancing shoes and huddle up in their room to play Scrabble or Cluedo, the Daily Star reported.

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The poll also revealed that many opt to carry on the party by drinking, entertaining their guests and dancing the night away.

Source: ANI
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