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10 hand slaps to make you smile on National High Five Day

Steven Adams

This is the day to reach up and slap someone. In a good way.

National High Five Day inspired people to share their favorite hand-slapping photos and videos across social media.

Here are our ten favorites from Twitter.

This one is going to be hard to replicate.

It’s hard to beat a cat video any day of the year.

Epic slap.

Don’t ask.

Not bad.

No idea what this is.

Ok, one more cat.

Apparently, high-fiving can be a full-time job.

This guy might be taking the whole thing a little too seriously.

Just plain cute.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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