These two Japanese teenagers, Madoka Takayama, and her friend, Kyoka Tanaka, just created the best viral video to sum up everyone’s life so far in 2017.
The clip, posted on Twitter on December 9, shows 37 seconds of pure hilarity as Madoka tries really hard to stand up on an ice skating rink while Kyoka films everything for the internet to enjoy.
— きょうか (@ruu__2331) December 9, 2017
“I took the video because Madoka told me she hadn’t ice-skated in four years, and I wanted to see how much she had improved,” Kyoka told BuzzFeed News.
“Madoka said she’s not afraid of anything,” her friend continued, adding that she was “a quick learner and got the hang of it quickly.”
The epic fail viral video has been seen over 10 million times with over 315,000 likes and 128,000 retweets. According to BuzzFeed, it even broke the social media platform’s wall and crossed over Chinese social media site, Weibo, China’s own version of Twitter.
Many people found the video relatable. It attracted many comments from English-speaking Twitter user who compared the video to how their life is going for 2017, their school life or even how they will welcome 2018. Here are some of the comments that social media user posted:
this masterpiece is both funny and inspiring… but mostly funny.
— Hasan Karacan (@hkaracan) December 12, 2017
ME DOING ANY TASK IN LIFE
— H.Ryan (@HRyanArt) December 11, 2017
Me running away from my responsibilities pic.twitter.com/x1wbckJd2a
— alyssa (@savageronimo) December 11, 2017
How my life is going at the moment https://t.co/elHjOEeaf4
— Lana ♡ (@Pixie_Lana) December 12, 2017
Me thinking I know psychology then going to do a practice question alone https://t.co/7C8rwf7mBj
— jingle beleanor (@eleanorabreeze) December 11, 2017
How I’m entering 2018 ….. https://t.co/MtHQzoWlMx
— MadVillain 👽 (@Madvillainn_) December 11, 2017
Me trying to keep my grades AFLOAT https://t.co/rduNNDE0f5
— Angelica Dompreh (@Angie_Dompreh) December 11, 2017
Literally me entering adulthood https://t.co/R8GVH8ErOB
— Mabel Goulden (@mabelgoulden) December 11, 2017
Luckily Madoka was not hurt when she fell several times. Both girls were happy that their video cheered people up online, BuzzFeed reported.
Featured image via Twitter / @ruu__2331