Originally Posted by nstahl.19
You would just be making enemies by reaching around someone and trying to slit their throat with a lipstick covered rubber knife, and end up smearing that stuff on their gear, so I wouldn't recommend it. Tapping someone lightly on the shoulder is much more simple.
+1. Mud and dirt are fine on one hand but if you got paint or lipstick on my stuff you'd better watch your back. That shit does not get out of your gear mainly because of the oils and additives that make it hard to get the pigments and whatnot out.
Also Jordan, my location is pretty specific. You can narrow me down to a 6x6 mile grid.