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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.
Another fellow used to get loaded every Saturday night, then come crashing through the barracks, where he'd fling off his clothes and sprawl naked across his bed.
Once they're in their home, though, they fling off their robes to reveal colourful, even gaudy clothes--and these women are hot!