HOUSTON – A Houston driver's inventive way of deciding whether someone could cut in traffic is drawing laughs on Facebook.
Marco Sanchez resorted to an old-school game of rock-paper-scissors when another driver asked if he could get in front of him on a Houston highway.
Sanchez posted video of the duel to Facebook on Saturday. The showdown has been viewed more than 2 million times.
Sanchez wrote that he wasn't going to let the other driver get in his lane without playing him a game of good old-fashioned rock-paper-scissors.
In the video, Sanchez can be seen making gestures from the game. The other driver rolled down his window and Sanchez yelled, "Paper-rock-scissors for it. I'll let you in if you win."
The driver accepted the challenge and after a draw, the man showed paper and Sanchez showed rock.
Sanchez said "Awww, go for it man," allowing the man to get in his lane in defeat.
One person wrote, "This is now the ONLY appropriate way to settle freeway right-of-way disputes."
Follow me on INSTAGRAM for more funny videos! @thiskid300 Stuck in Houston traffic like always! 🙄 And this guy wanted to get in front of me! And I wasn’t gonna have it TODAY....with out challenging him on a game of Paper-Rock-Sciccors 😂😂😂😂 Respect to Josh Argento For being an awesome person!! 😂👏🏻👏🏻😭 #HoustonTraffic #HoustoniansAreCrazyDrivers #Challenge #PaperRockSciccorsChallenge #Lol #HavingFun #MakingTheBestOutofEverything #SubaruOfClearLake #Lecrae LecraePosted by Marco Sanchez on Saturday, April 28, 2018