PfId for Klingon mating rituals

Klingon mating rituals 
Um, no, I don't think so. Looks like somebody was goofing around. --From Andoria with Love 07:55, 28 Aug 2005 (UTC)
This is still here? Is this valid or something? :P --From Andoria with Love 03:20, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)
...actually, that's almost exactly how Worf described it to Wes in...TNG: "The Dauphin". I'll add a bunch of PNA's. - AJHalliwell 03:22, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)
Didn't they just copy the vulcan rituals Jackinthecrack 03:22, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)
So it is valid? Hmmm.... can't believe I couldn't remember that. --From Andoria with Love 03:27, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Keep This article is valid, cited and accurate. It's composed of canon material. Ehy delete it? Tobyk777 05:02, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

  • It might help if you saw the condition of the page prior to the accurate references and citations. --Alan del Beccio 05:13, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)


I've removed some unrelevant info, mostly dealing with (and already replicated on the page on) Klingon weddings

  • The female head of the groom's house must approve of the prospective bride before a wedding can take place.
  • an image of a klingon wedding (I don't seem to be able to link it here without showing it inline in its full size, but its the one from You Are Cordially Invited that's also used on the klingon wedding page)
  • In earlier evolutionary stages, Klingons had ablative armor, were extremely territorial, and spit venom at those who wanted to harm their mates. (TNG: "Genesis")
  • not sure where this info belongs, but not here, as for all we know the creature worf transformed into is as close to klingons as spiders are to humans

on a sidenote, I guess it's not relevant enough, but an image of neelix's wounds after having sex with a klingon would really be so awesome for this article ;). -- Capricorn 03:36, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Removed this

It is unclear if this was just a common joke or an older tradition that was no longer strictly adhered to, although Klingon poetry was important to their culture, as Katherine Pulaski asked Worf to read some to her after he shared the Klingon tea ceremony with her. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

The part about it being unclear. --LauraCC (talk) 19:58, September 7, 2017 (UTC)


Neat quote. Now can someone please put where it came from? 21:51, July 19, 2018 (UTC)

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