To truly understand what it means to be Santa, the Try Guys sneak into a home to deliver a very important present. The second in our special three-part Santa Spectacular!
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This reeks of staging SO BAD, I can smell it all the way over the Atlantic Ocean. They open the door with no problem AT ALL, no sensors get activated, no alarms go off, NOTHING happens. Ariel just stands there and watches them, doesn't scream, doesn't hide, only softly calls Ned after a VERY long moment. Ned, instead of grabbing his beloved and jumping out of the nearest window to look for a safe place and get help just casually walks in, with no weapon, no candle holder, no french key, NOTHING hard or heavy that he could possibly use to fend off the intruders or to protect himself and the future mother of his children. SO FAKE!
All three of them:*whispers* hide (Keith stands in the middle of the room)
two of them: Little girl
Ariel:N..NED (runs off)
Me:so nobody is gonna go check on Ariel. I bet one day he is gonna scream at a robber ''Guyyyss''
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