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do what comes naturally

euphemism To have sexual intercourse. If he didn't come home from his date last night, I bet it's because he did what comes naturally.
See also: come, naturally, what

do what comes naturally

engage in sexual intercourse. informal euphemistic
See also: come, naturally, what
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After a 38-year career to date of doing what comes naturally to me - making 'frocks' and drawing - this is now a lifestyle I enjoy every day.
Fasial said: "It is one of those things that you only learn by letting yourself go and doing what comes naturally.
It's the owner's fault, not the dog's, they are only doing what comes naturally to them.
These engaged managers experience more enjoyment in their day by doing what comes naturally to them, feel their opinions are valued in decision-making, have the support of coworkers who do their best work and are encouraged to grow and develop.
If you have ever tried to develop an area in which you are naturally weak, you will remember the process as a hard slog as compared to doing what comes naturally.
The Period of PURPLE Crying program, which includes a full color 10-page booklet, parent reminder card, 10-minute PURPLE Crying video and a 17-minute Crying, Soothing, Coping: Doing What Comes Naturally video, is intended to be given to parents in a growing number of hospitals, pediatric practices and public health offices throughout North America.
A wild animal's natural instinct is to hunt, and to take revenge on a hungry stray for doing what comes naturally to it is not only cruel but meticulously calculated.
He's only doing what comes naturally to him, and hopefully he will be able to handle the talent he was born with.
And in 35-year-old Scouser Lowe, Moore sees a striker, still at the top of his game, who is benefiting from the team's new-found strength and doing what comes naturally - scoring goals.
Getting kids started early -- doing what comes naturally, moving with speed and joy in the fresh air, building and using their muscles, flexibility and physical prowess -- will serve them all their lives.
Bears are a recurrent motif in Sweet, and are an effective metaphor: in all their ferocity, they are simply doing what comes naturally.
But linguistics expert Andy Gibson says singers who adopt an American vocal tone are only doing what comes naturally.
That is why doing the right thing isn't always synonymous with doing what comes naturally.
It is estimated that in the UK alone, bees contribute pounds 200m a year to the economy, just by doing what comes naturally.
When I read Teresa's viewpoint, "Regaining renewed respect for nursing", in last month's Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (p21), I was moved by her eloquent description of something quite beautiful--nurses doing what comes naturally.