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Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin have been quite vocal about their decision to postpone sexual activity until after they exchanged vows. Now, the couple is ready to share with the world exactly how they were able to stay committed to such a difficult vow through their upcoming book, “The Wait.”

“We’re writing a book called ‘The Wait,’” Meagan recently told Jimmy Kimmel. “It’s basically about, well, we waited to have sex before we got married.”

Of course, Jimmy was intrigued by the “Think Like A Man Too” actress’s discipline in that area and wanted to know more.

“I had been in a couple of relationships and I was like, ‘You know, this isn’t really working for me.’ I wanted to do something different and spiritually, it’s what I believe I always should’ve done. So I was like, you know, let’s try it this way. It was very different and it’s been amazing.”

In “The Wait,” Meagan says readers will learn about all of the techniques and tricks that she and DeVon used to keep from hopping in the sack before their wedding night.

“Obviously, we all know that it’s tough, but there were tricks that we learned that actually helped.”

Among the techniques they used was knowing when to say goodnight.

“One of the tricks was knowing when to part ways. You know, if you feel it’s getting too hot and heavy and you just have to go.”

She also shared a hilarious story from their wedding day where it seemed like the ceremony was being prolonged and of course, they were eager to finally consummate.

“We wanted the wedding to be right when the sun went down. It was supposed to go down at like six or seven o’clock that evening and it didn’t. The sun was off schedule, which was really stressing me out. So we waited like an hour and a half, which worked out fine because I had a bridesmaid who didn’t show up until 20 minutes before we walked down.”

To add to the humor of the night, Meagan says that their decision to practice abstinence was a major highlight for everyone at the ceremony.

“That was like the topic of all the speeches,” Meagan explained. “It went really, really left. Needless to say, that was the topic of everybody’s speech.”

Watch Meagan’s interview below.

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