A game played by Caucasian children between the ages of 10 and 19. The game consists of 3-10 people one being "it" the person who is it has to tag the other players using entirely the play scape without touching the ground. This rule applies to both the person who is "it" and the other players, however, both the person who is "it" and the other players may touch the ground only two (2) times throughout the duration of the game. Once a player is tagged they become "it" and the game resets. This game originated in the north east US, this being of course the best climate for the intense game. The game is inherently dangerous due to the nature of a play scape. Common injuries include, but are not limited to, cuts, scrapes, bashing of shins, smashing your head, getting stingers in the feet and knees, and splinters.
"Yo foo I'm bored lets go to Ledgewood and play some Dadongdago"
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