Mini’s preschool teacher asked us where Mini had learned to break dance, but the thing is, breakers aren’t so much taught as they are born.
Now, that’s not to say that you just wake up one day and decide to go show off your cool tricks on Yo Gabba Gabba.
No, breaking — if you want to do it right — takes a lot of time and practice.
You have to be ready to make the sacrifices when you’re a breaker.
When you’re a breaker, you have to make tough decisions.
Other kids will come up to you and be like, “Relax, dude, the bridge is just the path to the slide. It’s not a metaphor for life.” But you have to learn how to tune them out.
Because they don’t know what it takes to be great. They don’t know what it takes to break.
No, we didn’t teach Mini to break dance: he was born a breaker.