LB Just Wants To Glute Tap The Boys At Oztag Again
LB Just Wants To Glute Tap The Boys At Oztag Again

LB Just Wants To Glute Tap The Boys At Oztag Again

When asked about what he misses the most about the outside world, Vin Tang (LB, 22) just wants to take the field for a game of oztag again. More than that, he’d do anything to give his teammates a manly yet bromantic glute tap for all the effort they put in week in week out.

A glute tap is a common way for adult males participating in team sports to show their appreciation for one another’s efforts on the field. It is an encouraging, non-sexual tap on the behind of teammates to say “Good work.”

“At first I thought it was gay!” Says Vin over Zoom.

“But then I eventually came to realise it’s more than just touching each other’s bums.”

Vin was first recruited for oztag as a fill in for his mates team but his explosive pace on the wing and unrelenting shit talk soon earned him a spot as a regular.

Since then Vin has gone on to help his team through a division 5 title and initiate 3 punch ons. 

“Glute tapping the boys is about comradery, sticking together! Letting each other know ‘I got you bro.” Vin explains.

After a few moments of uncomfortable silence, Vin re-emphasises his main point.

“I swear it’s not gay.”

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