Don't be shy.
Don't be shy.
I asked Izzy and she added the go. It's been lab tested.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "hide-and-seek" is generally more accepted, especially in British English, and dates back to prior to 1672, but "hide-an-go-seek" is an alternate form used chiefly in the US.
Better question: who gives a fuck? It's a goddamn kids game.
I go skipping regularly--it is way more fun than hide and seek.
Could this be an East Coast/West Coast thing?
I've been waiting for an opportunity to post this.
12/16: A Winged Victory for the Sullen @ The Independent
12/17: Sleepy Sun @ Brick and Mortar
12/31: Derek Plaslaiko, Dave Aju @ f8
1/8: Tamaryn @ The Chapel
1/28: Beacon @ The Rickshaw Stop
1/29: Ty Segall, Wand, Cold Beat @ GAMH
2/7: Robag Whrume, Daniel Bell, Sassmouth, The Black Madonna @ Public Works
2/14: Sparks @ Ace Theater Hollywood
My understanding is that the word "seek" insinuates the "go" part, so the use of it in the title of the game is a redundancy.
Hide and seek, it looks lame when you add "go" before "seek" but not before "hide". Consistency. Either leave it off both words or put it on both words, and "go hide and go seek" sounds ridiculous, so just leave it off.
They are both active verbs, so I'm not sure what consistency has to do with it.
Juggalos, God bless them...