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26 January

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What does They were sitting in a tree. mean?

I've heard this phrase in a movie recently and based on the context I would guess this means two people were fooling around with each other. Is that right? For what and in wich situation would this be used?

I often struggle with idioms wich have no counterpart in german. Is this a current phrase? It sounds to me like it could be a little outdated.

(Feel free to correct my question too, if I wrote somethig weird or unusual.. ;) )
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