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A woman left a table of lads stunned after challenging them to a game of Rock Paper Scissors. Watch here:
India Sasha was on a night out when she moseyed over to a table of four lads and challenged them to the classic playground game - which often becomes a means of deciding who gets to (or has to) do the thing everyone wants to (or doesn't want to) do when we get older.
"We're going to play a game with yous, right?" she said.
"And I'm gonna put some stakes on the table: if I win the game, yous have all got to buy me and my friends a drink, if yous win, we buy yous drinks."
Explaining that the game would be Rock Paper Scissors, she continued: "You've got four odds against one, right?
"All four of your hands, if one of you beat me, we'll buy yous drinks."
After briefly questioning whether she was indeed offering them such an odds-on chance of getting a free tipple, the boys did what any of us would and took up the bet.
But as they all revealed their hands, India left them stunned as she held aloft her hand, which doesn't have any fingers.
One of the lads let out a kind of scream of astonishment, while another almost had to pick his jaw up off the floor.
"Did I get yous?" India asked, prompting one of her stitched up opponents to reach across the table for a hand shake.
Then, to top off this brilliant, amusing and wholesome interaction, when India held out her right hand, the fella replied, 'No, give me that one,' before shaking her fingerless hand.
The video has been viewed 8.6 million times on India's TikTok, where she has more than 375,000 followers and describes herself as the 'CEO of One Hand Humour'.
Explaining a bit more about herself on her website, she said: "I was born with no fingers on my left hand, and so I struggled to find confidence for the majority of my life.
"As a child, my mum put me into acting, dancing and gymnastic clubs to encourage my development, yet I still accepted that I was less than those around me due to my disability."
She continued: "Fast forward to today, I am proud to be the confident, creative and content person my little younger self would be proud of.
"I have been creating content for almost 2 years, surpassing 350k TikTok followers, now signed to a talent agency which dedicates their efforts to representing people who are beautifully unique and have worked with some of the worlds leading brands in their campaigns."
Well played, India, well played.