[WATCH] Class cheering karate kid until he breaks board will melt your heart
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Class cheering karate kid until he breaks board will melt your heart
It is certainly an achievement to conquer your fears and succeed at something you never thought you would be able to do.
And when that obstacle is a plank in a karate class, it is your support structure that gets you to the other side.
Watch below as a classroom full of karate pupils cheer and show support until another classmate breaks a board this will truly pull at your heartstrings.
A Twitter poll asking users if they wash their legs in the shower has social media divided
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a Twitter poll asking users if they wash their legs in the shower has social media divided and confused.
They've been safe inside my pants, the whole day. What's the problem— Calendrical Heresy (@PreciousBFluids) May 10, 2019
A few of things have been safe inside your pants all day, but may still need a wash...— VeronikaSawyer (@VeronikaShell) May 10, 2019
I DO NOT (unless I'm shaving) AND I FEEL VINDICATED AND CONFIDENT THAT MY SKIN'S ESSENTIAL OILS ARE IN TACT pic.twitter.com/NcZbPZnas4— Kelly 4 Dayz (@kjxoxo) May 10, 2019
I feel like my legs don’t get dirty 🤷🏽♀️ plus, soap and shampoo run down my legs when Im showering— Queenie 😷 (@Queen050780) May 10, 2019
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