Dear Roshambo Enthusiast,
First and foremost: Rock!
Second of all: I'm bad at taking hints. Judging by your animated image
above, this could be a proposition for an online handjob. While I'm
flattered by your offer, even though I can't even begin to think of how
that would work, I'll have to decline. Your hands appear very soft and
supple, and if I'm reading your gesture correctly, you should stick
with it. I'm sure you'll have clients in no time and will be able to
take all comers.
In case you are talking about the classic game (well I guess they're
both classic games, but I'm referring to the child-friendly one): I
appreciate your attempts to enliven the world of online gaming, but
this seems weak. While many games have translated into the digital
realm with ease, Roshambo along with Cat's Cradle, Patty Cake, and
Thumb Wrestling have yet to jump the great divide in my opinion. What's
more is the hearing-disabled community has aggressively denounced the
game due to it's abuse of American Sign Language. Some view the
terminology of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" as crude slang, the likes of
which haven't been seen since the Ebonics fiasco. If you try playing
Roshambo with a deaf person, they will simply trump you with "the
finger" each and every time.
Have you thought of an online casino like everyone else?