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What is the purpose behind “wax on, wax off” in Karate Kid?
In The Karate Kid, his first lesson is cleaning and waxing his masters car. His master tells him to "wax on, wax off". Is the purpose of this simply to teach him the value of hard work?
Feb 21 '12 at 11:30
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