In Jase Robertson’s book Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl he opens up about his love of frog hunting, how he let go of any bitterness he had against his father Phil and the fact that he and his wife Missy were virgins on their wedding night!
He admitted that their wedding night was hardly the romantic affair that’s shown in movies.
“It was shame free, it was guilt free. It was disease free. There was a lot of positives and we laughed because we just laughed at ourselves. We really didn’t know what we were doing. I didn’t do any research. I went frog hunting the night before. That was my bachelor party. My older brother Alan, he tried to give me the birds and bees speech. I was like, ‘I got the basic concept. But I’m kind of excited to explore this together. My wife hates how I describe it . I felt like I was playing that game Operation, that game you play as a kid, like at any moment, beep!
“You don’t even know what you’re doing and I wouldn’t even call it that pleasant! The process is fun and exciting. We’ve never had a problem in that area as far as sex and intimacy. I’ve been married 23 years. Of all the problems that have come up, that has not been one and I think it’s because we built that foundation and it’s something we view as good, clean, God sanctioned fun for us to enjoy together. But we also keep it in the proper perspective. It’s just a part of our marriage but it’s not the part that makes it work great. It’s just kind of the gravy and the benefits, the way we view it.”