White Flag



The White Flag is commonly mistaken as a sign of surrender but it is actually a sign to note that a storyteller´s story is way too long and therefore needs to be aborted. “White-flagging” is a listener´s humble way of noting the storyteller to bail out and end the story as quickly as possible.


Way back in times, around the year of 2011 (I think it was late october, early november…definitely after noon) Vegar Strømman told his history about Ostheopathy. The story lasted longer than “a sitting” and was thus qualified for Whiteflagging – in this particular case with a napkin.

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