Tabletop Sports Photojournalist. April 2, 2014. #30daysofsmall
“Optimism on opening day is the highest state of enlightenment.”
- Christopher Pollard
More proof of Minnesota’s superiority: We play better games. Or, at least, our version of a classic children’s game is better than everyone else’s, according to a handful of admittedly biased experts.
The game is Duck, Duck, Gray Duck. Or is it? If you think it’s Duck, Duck, Goose, then either: a) You’re wrong, b) You’re not from Minnesota, or c) Both.
I couldn’t agree more with Katie Heaney’s Minnesota memories of Duck, Duck, Grey Duck. I was pleasantly surprised to see a map I created more than a year ago used to illustrate the point in her BuzzFeed. The friendly debate that’s followed has been entertaining. Here’s my advice, if you haven’t tried Duck Duck Grey Duck #DDGD, give it a shot. It’s not like DDGD is a gateway activity that will lead to a life of debauchery or something…unless you’re into that. Go out with some friends, grab some beverages, find a park and come up with the most ridiculous names for a duck.