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“Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting!” – Summer of Kev and Jess – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Poor Jesse loses again.🤣Tag a friend who Likes KungFu Fightin 👋🥋 Don't forget to follow the winner!🥇🥇 @melodylovejoy 💐🌹💐 . . #everybodywaskungfufighting #weretheyallreallykungfufighting#hiya #falsecreeklabrinth#falsecreek#vancouver#instavideo#eastvan#eastvancouver#follow #summerofkevandjess A post shared by Jesse Burch Kevin Watt (@summer_of_kev_and_jess) on May 28, 2018 at 8:04am PDT

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