Love is an adventure that often requires some level of romance, and one way to add spice to your relationship is by playing Rock, Paper, Scissors (RPS). RPS is a simple game enjoyed by people of all ages across the world, and it provides an excellent opportunity for couples to build their bond while having fun.
RPS is believed to have originated from ancient China, where it was used as a game of chance. The game involves players forming one of three hand gestures – rock, paper, or scissors. The rules are simple: rock beats scissors, scissors beat paper, and paper beats rock. The game is quick, easy to play, and requires no special skills or equipment.
To add a romantic twist to the game, couples can play using various RPS variations. Here are some RPS variations for lovers:
1. Love RPS – This variation includes an additional hand gesture called “love.” Love beats all other gestures and brings you closer to your partner.
2. Strip RPS – This variation involves removing an item of clothing for each round lost. It can be played as a way to add some excitement to foreplay.
3. Surrender RPS – This RPS variation is for couples who enjoy taking control of each other. The loser must surrender to the winner’s every whim for the next hour.
4. Love Mingle RPS – In this variation, both partners compete against each other, but the winner is allowed to flirt with someone else for an hour.
5. Love Dice RPS – This RPS variation involves rolling dice to determine the outcome of each round. A more intricate game, it allows the couple to add more complexity and excitement to the game.
6. Love Challenges RPS – In this variation, each round winner sets a challenge for the loser, related to their romantic or sexual life.
RPS is an excellent way to express and develop your relationship with your partner in a playful and fun way. It helps to break up the monotony of everyday life, giving a little excitement and sparkle back to your relationship. It can be played in the comfort of your home, while traveling, or anywhere you can find a flat surface to play on. So why not spice up your relationship with an alternative game of RPS?