Together we stand. Alone...we might die in the woods. Watch us try not to die, then watch the true survivalists on History's new series Alone, Thursdays at 10/9c! http://www.history.com/shows/alone/videos/and-so-it-begins?mai=0&fw_o=1
The Try Guys
Thomas Coyne: Global Survival Expert & Guide
keith: neds probably running around screaming what's up at plants
ned: OH WHAT YOU WANT WOODS
keith: eugene at this point has stripped down and tried to become nature
eugene: stripped down and become nature
i love how much they know each other😂
I wonder who will marry Eugene 🤨🤨 but I hope he will hide true love (ps he is my favorite try guy sorry other try guys T^T but Eugene is still my favorite)
And Eugene will survive the most
Why is no one talking about Keith’s fire cube song?
“No matter what, life will prevail. WITH THE FIRE CUUUUBBBBEE! And no one will stop me with my cube of potential fire at NIGHT. I will be STRONG. I will not give up the FIGHT! 😂😂
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