DID DANNY AND SANDY BANG: AN ANALYSIS OF SUMMER NIGHTS

Taking into account the (very juvenile, but useful here) rule of 3s: multiply the content of everything Sandy says by 3 and divide everything Danny says by 3.
  1. "Summer lovin' had me a blast, summer lovin' happened so fast."
    Accurate description of teen banging. +20 for banging
  2. "She swam by me, she got a cramp."
    What does this even mean? This has nothing to do with sex. Terrible boast, Danny. -30 for banging
  3. "He ran by me, got my suit damp."
    This never sounds innocent, but may just refer to some ocean-based heavy petting. That being said, it comes from Sandy, who's trying to play it down. +35 for banging, +10 adjustment because it came from Sandy
  4. "Summer days, driftin away, to (uh, oh) those summer nights."
    Why the emphasis on nights? Because that's when sex happens. +30 for banging
  5. "Took her bowling in the arcade; we went strolling, drank lemonade."
    Innocent summer time activities. -30 for banging
  6. "We made out under the dock; we stayed out till ten o'clock."
    NOW we're getting somewhere. This sounds like the same story, set up to support two opposite reputations. This definitely happened; plus/minus whether it led to a home run. +50 for banging
  7. "He got friendly holding my hand."
    I'll bet he did. +10 for banging
  8. "She got friendly down in the sand."
    Sex in the sand doesn't work, Danny. Rookie move to brag about that. -65 for banging
  9. "He was sweet, just turned 18."
    We get it, Sandy, it was consensual. +5 for banging
  10. "Well, she was good, you know what I mean."
    Uggggh, this is such a teenage boy brag. Gross. +25 for banging, -10 adjustment because it came from Danny
  11. "It turned colder; that's where it ends, so I told her we'd still be friends."
    Dunno, this sounds awfully mature. -10 points related to banging.
  12. "Then we made our true love vow."
    "True love vow" absolutely means loss of virginity. +55 for banging
  13. Verdict: +95, definitely banged