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This group of men have played a game of tag lasting 23 years. I hope I'm having this kind of fun when I'm older.
From Yahoo! Finance: This group of men have played a game of tag lasting 23 years.
That is awesome.
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My best friends and I play a game kinda like this, but not nearly as elaborate.
My friend Joe absolutely hates the movie Men In Black II, so as a joke one year in high school, we got him multiple copies of the DVD. Since then, at least one of those DVDs has been circling around our group of friends at all times. Whoever the unlucky bastard is who holds it at any given time has the task of bringing it with him when he visits one of the others, and hiding it somewhere in their house/apt/room. The object is to hide it well enough that they won't find it until you're gone, but not quite well enough so that they won't ever find it.
Since we all live in separate states, the ideal hiding spot will be one that they find just after you've left, so the person whose house it is can't sneak it back into your luggage. The object is to stick it with someone else for as long as possible. We've had elaborate triple-crosses where one guy pretends to have the DVD to act as a decoy so the host only watches out for that person.
In retrospect, it sounds kinda dumb when I type it out, but trust me, it's a hell of a lot of fun. One of the best hiding places I've seen was when the DVD was duct-taped to the underside of my friend Joe's hood. Before he left, my other friend pulled the battery out of Joe's car, so when Joe tried to figure out why his car wouldn't start, he lifted the hood, and BAM! Insult to injury.
I think you guys are onto something there.
I prefer Hide and Seek.
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