A Genius Way To Handle Traffic Cutters [VIDEO]

A genius decided rather than just let someone in an open spot on the freeway that he would play “Rock, Paper, Scissors” for the open spot.

By DAVID on May 1, 2018
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

“I was here first, let me in!” “No, I was already here, I’m going first!” How do you handle this situation when someone is trying to merge in traffic? These two handled it with a friendly game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors,” and it’s the best way to handle traffic. Check out the video!

Ok Sacramento drivers, I know you encounter this daily. Someone is trying to force their way into traffic in front of you who waited too long to move over. Maybe they passed up the free empty spot behind you just so they could be in front of one more car. Zipper merge, schmipper merge. Rock, Paper, Scissors that mess! These two guys in Texas handled it really unconventionally, and I think it’s the best way to go about traffic. A guy wanted to switch lanes on the freeway, so a guy said he’d let him in if he won. After a couple rounds, the other driver won, and earned his spot in front.

How’s THAT for a cool way to handle traffic jams? If anything, when you’re inevitably stuck in traffic this morning, lunch, or afternoon, maybe you’ll at least have a laugh when you remember this video. Just, you know, play responsibly. Disclaimer – we don’t condone playing rock, paper, scissors IN traffic, so, you know…

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