PureBS Summary:  If you don’t know what to say, talk about the woman who flew across the world to no longer be “it”!

We all grew up playing the game tag with friends.  Here is a story of a groups of friends who began the game as adults!  Check this out, 3 minutes of your life and you have a great story to share at the water cooler!!

Here’s what happened:  Georgina Wilkinson has been playing the game tag with 8 friends whom she met in 2014 while travelling in China.  What makes this game unique is that they all live in different parts of the world. Georgina tagged Drew in the UK at his own child’s christening.  She flew over from the US just to tag him then head back.  Georgina even convinced Drew’s family to help her out.  She arrived to the location early in disguise as a gardener & when Drew went to ask the “gardener” if they could move out of the picture he was tagged. A movie recently released call “Tag” is based on a  similar idea of several friends who have also been playing the game for years.

Pick a side!

  • Tag is the best! I wish I still played tag.  It is  fun and freeing and would certainly help me stay in better shape and yes stay in touch with my friends.  The freedom to run and hide and reconnect without planning, simply the best!

 

  • This woman is nuts! She spent how much money to fly across the world to play “tag”.  Brutal! Who has the money or the time for such an activity.  She should be more practical with her money, she could have donated it to a good cause or the needy.  To put herself first, psht…… That’s PureBS!!

I’ve got you started here:

  • What is your favourite thing you ever did with friends as a child?  Or do you have any long standing traditions with friends?
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