On today's tape (recorded sometime in the 1960's), a gathering of friends had been puttering along nicely, if somewhat boringly, being recorded for posterity. But at some point, one of the men present mentioned that he had a story he'd written about people he knew in childhood, which he intended to submit to Reader's Digest, and perhaps other magazines.
A bit later, he got around to reading his story to his friends. It turns out to be about life in 1926, at age 11, and specifically the two kids in his neighborhood, a boy and a girl, who were quite a bit more precocious than their peers, professing as they did to knowing about any and all things regarding sex. It's not a long or complicated story, but it is a little slice of life, and one from a very different time and place. Rather than summarize his story, I think I'll just let the listener experience it: