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My girlfriend and I were playing an erotic questions mobile game, and one of the questions was the following:

Which day would you prefer to end in the sack?

  • New Year's Eve

  • My birthday

  • Christmas Eve

  • Mondays

The question was addressed to a woman. We have no clue what "in the sack" means here and so cannot proceed. English is not our native language, so we would be grateful for an explanation!

  • "In the sack" means "in bed". – Mike Baranczak Jun 30 '17 at 20:23
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    More specifically, "to end in the sack" means "to end with having sex" – Hank Jun 30 '17 at 20:27
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In The Sack

informal

  • In bed, used especially when referring to people having sex

He’s just trying to get you in the sack.

(Macmillan Dictionary)

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    Thanks! I googled for "end in the sack" as a whole phrase, so I missed this definition. – user243466 Jun 30 '17 at 20:35
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Given the context, I would say it means 'in bed with your girlfriend, having sex.'

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  • Hmmm ... the question was addressed to a woman, right? I guess she would maybe want to be in bed with her girlfriend ... but somehow I do not thing snowbird meant that... – GEdgar Jun 30 '17 at 20:42

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