Schnick Schnack Schnuck

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Probably influenced by schnicken “to flip one’s fingers” and Schnickschnack (from schnacken Northern German for “to chat”). In English sometimes called Schnick Schnak Schnuk.


Schnick, Schnack, Schnuck n

  1. Rock Paper Scissors (game)

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