Boarding his Southwest Airlines flight, two-year-old Guy Jakubowicz gave every passenger he passed a fist-bump - even the most distracted ones - as he dragged along his blankie.
Jakubowicz told Fox 13 that her son first learned about fist-bumping on a previous flight, when he was 18 months old.
Since Southwest Airlines shared the video on Facebook on July 29, it has received 70,000 likes.
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"It's his signature move. He doesn't leave anyone out".
Filmed by his mum Alya on her phone, on the flight from North Carolina to Missouri, she explains to the perplexed strangers: "He wants to fist bump you". "We just dropped off his sister at school and he fist-bumped everyone in the administration office", his mom said.
As for her son's viral fame, Alya is thrilled.
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"I'm so proud of him". "When can you say that you made 70,000 people smile in one day?"
The video shows the child dragging his blanket behind him, holding his fist out and waiting for others to meet him halfway.
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