"a little beat"

rusalka_bg

Senior Member
Serbian
With one or the other of us yawning theatrically before bed "a little beat", we had slid from having sex almost nightly to the American average of once a week.

What does a little beat mean here (it is quoted in original)? Is it as in a little beat-up, or a little bit (misspelled) or something else?

Thanks!
 
  • cfu507

    Senior Member
    Hebrew
    I don't know. Maybe it is related to the fact that "beat" is also tired, exhausted (Slang).

    If I understood it correctly, there is something wrong in the sentence you wrote. I think that having sex once a week is not an American average, but a married couples average.
     

    Packard

    Senior Member
    USA, English
    I don't know. Maybe it is related to the fact that "beat" is also tired, exhausted (Slang).

    If I understood it correctly, there is something wrong in the sentence you wrote. I think that having sex once a week is not an American average, but a married couples average.

    Figures don't lie, but liars figure. - Samuel Clemens (alias Mark Twain)
     
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