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What I thought of mikvah night before I got married

I feel like every time I spoke or joked about mikvah night before I got married, all the folks who had experienced this night were laughing at me. Basically mikvah night is a pain in the ass…

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  • A. Nuran

    It’s a pain in tochis you’re doing it wrong

    • not if you’re into strap ons

      • A. Nuran

        Or vice versa, more properly…

  • Anonymous

    Can u elaborate for us pros cons

  • I am a married woman. Mikvah night is far from my favorite night of the month. A man who hasn’t had sex in over a week isn’t going to last as long as a man who has had sex that morning, so the night always ends with with him close to tears and going, “I’m sorry! Was that OK? Really? I just got so excited I….” The real event is the night (or morning) AFTER the mikvah, when a great time is had by all. Also, the drive home from the mikvah is a bit of a pain since there is all of this anticipation and someone is BOUND to say something to ruin the mood.

    I completely hear Heshy on the subject of how to work mikvah night around kids. The sad truth is that I may look frum as they come, but I am completely off the derech on the subject of peru u’rivu. I got married to have kosher sex, and I don’t need screaming (or giggling) kids interrupting my orgasms. Just one person’s view.

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