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c_a_p_t_a_i_n_r_o_n

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Childrens games
« on: February 18, 2010, 12:00:44 PM »
Taking my adopted daughter to church (practising for 1st communion) after school has shown me why Filipinos have a more relaxed attitude to life if their childhood games are anything to go by.
There\'s always time for play both before and after communion practice

The Filipino version of TAG or IT is called PSPS here in Bohol

It\'s almost the same as US and UK versions but when the child touches another they say \"I love you\" it\'s generally much less aggressive that US & UK versions

I now play it around house with Ednalyn and my wife Gloria

There\'s a variant to the game whereby after tagging, the tagged child is guarded by the tagger, while all other kids try to get the tagged kid free

Very pleasant way to wait for class to begin watching kids at play

\"I love you\"