[WATCH] How the phrase "Keep it going ,keep it flowing" all started

The #WooliesWaterChallenge had South Africans in stitches with the famous phrase "keep it going, keep it flowing" and now Queens College rugby team has emerged on social media as the place where it all started.

Watch this hilarious video and see how the phrase "keep it going, keep it flowing" became such an internet hit.

Read: When you drink water from Woolies...'Exquisite I tell you, Boet!'

Also on What's Gone Viral, white people are flipping the script on the #WooliesWaterChallenge - take a look!

Meanwhile, TV show Cutting Edge has exposed fake pastors who hired actors pretending to be congregants healed of HIV or being resurrected from the dead.


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