Rock, Paper, Scissors — on ‘Roids

Me with my B2a class

When I was teaching English in Taiwan last year, I used to require my students to beat me in rock, paper, scissors in order to go home when class was over. They’d line up by the door and then challenge me individually — if they lost, it was back to the end of the line.

Our showdowns, however, would have been much more involved had I known about RPS-25.

3 replies on “Rock, Paper, Scissors — on ‘Roids”

Did you play with the rule where they get to take a giant step towards you and try to stomp on your foot when they win? I always love it when there’s a whole circle of them playing rock, paper scissors…

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