I honestly can't help myself. I need to post this. I was just reading through LDS.org and stumbled across this doctrine in the gospel library...and I quote,
"The honeymoon ought to be a time when the partners learn about one another’s minds, emotions, bodies, and spirits. It is not a time for sexual excess. It is not a fling of worldly diversions that is scheduled between the temple wedding ceremony and a return to serious living."
My reaction went something like this:
Did they just contradict the definition of a honeymoon?!
Sorry. I'll go now.