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
I fiil like if all of you were in the woods you will like do stuff and forget to Mack shelter and forget to get food so you would have to eat each and every one of to servie in tell the last one dies in the woods dy himself
Is it only me who thinks that it was absolutely beautiful to see them try and make fire? Like, I almost cried because of how happy they were afterward, it’s beautiful to see them doing what Universe made us for
Oml after I watched this I stood on a pile of pillows and blankets and repeated "I'll stab you in the mf face,I'm a mf owl" and my mom came in and said now,(my name) what in the world are you doing on the bed? And I just stood there saying it but without cursing lol
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