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A mother believes she has captured the perfect snapshot of 'the struggle of growing up' after she filmed her 10-year-old's hilarious struggle to use a deodorant can for the first time.
He may be a wrestling fan, but Billy Westwell fought for almost three minutes to spray the canister under his armpits, prompting howls of laughter from his mum, Debbie Reavey.
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She captured the youngster's saga as he tried fervently to click the deodorant into action, but failed to muster enough strength for it to work.
And when Billy, who turns 11 next month, finally gets a burst of the spray he lets out a yelp of pain and asks his mum: 'It hurts. What is it? Is it bleeding?'
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Mum-of-four Debbie, from Wythenshawe, Manchester, said: 'I offered to help him but he was determined to do it himself.
'I think it's just one of those things that young lads have to get to grips with when they grow up. But there's not much to him and he found it tough.
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'He's always out playing football and I'm encouraging him to always have a shower and make sure he smells clean but you know what boys are like.
'There's not much muscle on him and he just couldn't find the right pressure point to break the seal. It was hilarious to watch.'
Debbie, who is also mum to...
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