How to win at rock paper scissors [longterm]

How to win at rock paper scissors [longterm]
I always pick rock in rock paper scissors against my sister or in front of my sister. I end up doing dishes more, ect. but the odd time I really need something I pick scissors.She's always going on about how I'm sooo dumb for always picking rock but I know what's upShark_Industries (reddit)

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I always pick rock in rock paper scissors against my sister or in front of my sister.
I end up doing dishes more, ect. but the odd time I really need something I pick scissors.

She’s always going on about how I’m sooo dumb for always picking rock but I know what’s up

Shark_Industries (Reddit)

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