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July 20, 2011 by WITS Editor

A b-boy performing in the UK.

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Once there was a guy who was breakdancing when suddenly, he squeezed through a door and did a back flip onto a skyscraper.  Then he jumped onto the roof of a saloon and cartwheeled into a house.  Inside  he skipped around a room, rolled onto a bed, crawled up a chimney, and began to spin his way toward home. The whole time someone was jumping behind him, begging, “Do the moonwalk!  Do the moonwalk!”  So, the boy did the moonwalk and then tumbled onto his bed and fell asleep.

By Peyton, 4th grade


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