Rochambeau (sometimes spelled roshambo) may refer to one of several things:
See Rock paper scissors
- In modern day United States, Roshambo or Rochambeau is when two or more guys kick, punch, squeeze, or knee each other in the groin to win something (an object, money, bets, etc. Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de Rochambeau ( July 1, 1725 &ndash May 10, 1807) was a French Donatien-Marie-Joseph de Vimeur, vicomte de Rochambeau (1755 – October 16, 1813) was a French soldier the son of Jean-Baptiste Rock-paper-scissors (also known as scissors-paper-stone, Jan-ken-pon, rochambeau (sometimes spelled roshambo) . ) until one of them gives up or falls down. The last one standing wins. This is a modern American twist on the game.
It is also a very old word of Egyptian origin for the child game "Paper, Sissors, Rock".
In the TV series South Park, Cartman and his friends play the game "I'll Rochambeau you for it", by kicking the opponent in the crotch. The first one to fall over loses the game. This of course means the first person to go is usually the winner. This is a way of choosing, and it's called Rochambeau. 
- The USS Rochambeau (AP-63), a U. Cayenne-Rochambeau Airport (Aéroport de Cayenne-Rochambeau is an Airport located in the commune of Matoury, a southern suburb of Cayenne Rochambeau Middle School (RMS is a middle school in Southbury Connecticut, United States, and part of Pomperaug Regional School District 15. History French ownership Rochambeau was originally built as Marechal Joffre in 1931 by the Societe Provençale de Constructions Navales of La S. Navy transport ship in World War II
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