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Hey man! I’m Korg, this is my friend Meek. Unicorn rock paper scissors throat punch I win shirt playing Rock Rock, Rock, wanna play? Oh, you must be confused why it’s Rock Rock Rock and not Rock Paper Scissors. Well you see, we had paper. As for scissors, my friend Meek here is all you need. Which leaves us only with Rock! That way, nobody loses and everyone has a great time! Wanna play?
What does rock mean?
we have “jo ken po” in Brazil too! it’s like rock paper scissors except for Unicorn rock paper scissors throat punch I win shirt takes a step back and the loser stretches their foot to touch the other person’s foot and tries not to fall. yankenpo is rock paper scissors. fu man chu is a different game where three or more people throw hands pronated or supinated. Scissors paper stone in my area. I suspect it will be something that will be homogenized by the Internet. On the flipside, the Brits in my EVE Alliance did eventually get the Americans legitimately using the word “wanker” so hopefully, it’s not a one-way effect…Ro, Sham, Bo is essentially just an alternate for Rock, Paper, Scissors, it’s not in a different language(unless its derived from Rochambeau in which case it’s French, but we don’t know the specific origins) so “Ro” doesn’t necessarily equal “Rock” or anything like that. A little unrelated, I hope you don’t mind me asking. What’s with the numbers in there? Does it refer to different versions of the Mandarin characters?
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Funny coincidence, Sunday I had to teach my dad what Unicorn rock paper scissors throat punch I win shirt . We saw it on tv and he didn’t know what it meant. So I explained it to him and after 10 minutes he finally understood it after some visual representation. In Finland its “Kivi, Sakset, Paper” (Rock, Scissors, Paper) for normal people or “Kivi, Paper, Sakset” (Rock, paper, Scissors) if you’re a goddamn lunatic. Yeah, see that’s wild because in Belgium (at least the part I’m from) “Schaar, steen, paper” (scissors, rock, paper) is the way you say it — same order as the German version above.
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Mandarin is a tonal language where depending on how you pronounce it, Unicorn rock paper scissors throat punch I win shirt can mean different things. The number shows which ‘tone’ you use to pronounce it. It’s kind of similar to in English where you can pronounce ‘read’ like ‘reed’ which is a present tense verb but if you pronounce it like ‘red’ then it goes into the past tense – ‘I read’ can mean I am currently reading or it can mean I have read