Kendall Jenner Wiped Out On A Mountain And Fully Somersaulted Over Her Snowboard In Her Debut TikTok Video, And I'll Just Be Watching This On Repeat Now

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"It's giving 'pick me' vibes."

Joining TikTok has recently become a multi-generational affair for the Kardashian-Jenners, with Kendall Jenner being the latest family member to make her debut.

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In case you missed it, the supermodel and former Keeping Up with the Kardashians star finally created a TikTok account this week. Kendall's page has already collected close to 2 million followers, mostly thanks to the Wipeout-style parody video that she shared yesterday.

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The clip, which may or may not have been recorded during her Aspen ski trip last month, sees Kendall zooming down a mountain while snowboarding. After catching some air — as I'm told the sporty saying goes — she proceeds to fall headfirst into the snow and fully somersault over her board on the slope.

The funniest part of Kendall's video is its background audio, which comes from an episode of KUWTK where she and Kylie Jenner challenged Kim and Khloé Kardashian to a sibling volleyball game.

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"I'm literally built as an athlete," Kendall informs her sisters in the audio clip. "Every blood test I've ever done has said that I'm, like, over the normal limit of athletic-ness."

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"I did this blood test...They told that I'm super athletic and that I'm built for this shit."

"It's giving 'pick me' vibes," she captioned the TikTok video, which some users interpreted as a clever clapback to folks on Instagram who've used the phrase "pick me girl" to criticize her.

I was unfamiliar with this slight before today. Urban Dictionary describes a "pick me girl" as someone "who goes out of their way to impress boys and make them seem that they're 'not like other girls.'"

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You can watch Kendall's first TikTok video here, or via the player above.

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