Now, Rock, Paper, and Scissors is universal. I may have learned it before I learned to read. Rock, Paper, and Scissors is as American as ketchup. Right? Yep. Except ketchup is from China, and so is the game of Wazazu, the original Rock, Paper, and Scissors. You guessed it, from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) From China, it traveled to Japan and became Mushi-ken, before the game made it's way across the Pacific to America about a hundred years ago.
In England the game is called, ching-chang-walla, which makes sense when you think about it. If you doubt, try playing while saying, "Ching! Chang! Walla!"
Having a disagreement? No need to become upset. There's a fair and fun way to settle things.
Note: Before we play to see who will make the tea, I just wanted to let you know in advance, I'm going to take the frog. You can take the slug, but I can't see how a slug wins against a snake or a frog? Good Luck.
"Ching! Chang! Walla!"