heard a new outdoor slang term today -- adult oriented

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heard a new outdoor slang term today -- adult oriented

Post by dave54 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:48 pm

On a UK trekkers site I ran across the term 'dogging' for a couple engaging in sexual activity in the woods. I knew of that one. We called it 'horizontal recreation'. Today one of the correspondents used the phrase 'teddy bear picnic' for activity involving more than two people. I had not heard of it before. Must be UK slang.

Anyone else heard that phrase before? Keep answers family friendly as possible.

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