Today, I heard something that I didn’t understand. In a conversation between two friends, the first one (just after greeting!) asked the second one “getting any?” and the second one answered “climbing trees to get away from it.” What do they mean? In which situation you can use these? Can you explain it? Always the answer of “getting any?” ( In this situation! [What situation?]) is this?
I can’t understand what the meaning of these are. Please explain. Thanks.
This would be a conversation between two men, and the "getting any?" is their sly way of asking "have you had any luck with the women lately?" The second many is bragging (and probably lying) by saying so many women are after him, he's having to climb trees to hid and from and avoid them.