We watched them squirming in the sleeping bag on the sand. It was just sunrise and the low light made long shadows of their coupling. My elderly uncle whistled and said, “Ah. Makin’ whoopee.” Without the visual in the sleeping bag, I wouldn’t have known what he meant, but I instantly loved his old-fashioned expression. I’ve been using it a lot since then. For instance, . . .
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