The Try Guys Try To Survive A Major Earthquake

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  1. The Try Guys

    The Try Guys9 ヶ月 前

    For more information about how to prepare for earthquakes and other emergencies visit: preparesocal.org/ redcross.org/

  2. Formedly

    Formedly5 ヶ月 前

    The Try Guys “avoid things that are *top* heavy” all the other try guys: **steps away from Eugene** 😉😂

  3. Michelle Jaramillo

    Michelle Jaramillo6 ヶ月 前

    I'm Chilean so... I know a lot what can i do when a earthquakes aprears. ._. (Srry for my bad english)

  4. Jasmine Ueom

    Jasmine Ueom6 ヶ月 前

    The Try Guys it was playing a Korean radio!!😄😂

  5. P.J. souleater

    P.J. souleater8 ヶ月 前

    I live in Puerto Rico, and for the last week of December, to as of now, we've been experiencing constant chains of earthquakes. It's terrifying. Last Tuesday an 6.6 earthquake struck our little island at 4:00 in the morning. It's so terrifying to be in complete darkness, and witness everything shake violently. Then the next minute we get alerted for a tsunami, whilts being unprepared. Everybody turning on their cars and leaving for high ground, while my family had our car in the mechanic for repair. No one offered to take us with them towards safety, we just had to run, leaving our pets behind :(

  6. Thei Nerd

    Thei Nerd8 ヶ月 前

    Hmmmm, I live in Alaska. So this is just life

  7. Isabel Frias

    Isabel Frias20 時間 前

    The Try Guys Try To Survive A California Wildfire

  8. Dominew Touya ́ε`

    Dominew Touya ́ε`日 前

    Replace "A Major Earthquake" With "Corona" And you have the same idea

  9. Nola Clark

    Nola Clark日 前

    We are long over due for "the big one" and the worlds biggest volcano erupting and the biggest geyser....

  10. Milo Playz

    Milo Playz日 前

    Me living in Wichita Falls Texas:Eh All I have to worry about is a tornado which we barely get

  11. Anna Verena

    Anna Verena2 日 前

    Just realized how different zach looked before he got the hairtransplant. Lucky him. Never realized it, as he changed so slowly. Lucky him

  12. Call Me The Breeze

    Call Me The Breeze3 日 前

    The only earthquake that I've ever experienced lasted 10 seconds and I thought I was just hallucinating because I had just woken up. I went to sleep right after and didn't realize what happened until my dad told me.

  13. Jenica Kim

    Jenica Kim3 日 前

    The over voice and Keith worried was cracking me up soo bad!🤣🤣 10:41

  14. Lily Elliott

    Lily Elliott4 日 前

    one time i was trying to poop and we had an earthquake... my pants were luckily black-

  15. Mia Van Der Merwe

    Mia Van Der Merwe4 日 前

    the toilet paper tho

  16. nacha sylleros

    nacha sylleros4 日 前

    (Laughs in Chilean)

  17. Unknown_zoe

    Unknown_zoe5 日 前

    What if I just sprint outside

  18. Ameera Cañega

    Ameera Cañega6 日 前

    Philippines: 👁👄👁

  19. Mia Hamaguchi

    Mia Hamaguchi6 日 前

    *cries in japanese*

  20. Mia Hamaguchi

    Mia Hamaguchi6 日 前

    “idk what to do” we literally have earthquake drills every single year-

  21. Ana Andrade

    Ana Andrade7 日 前

    I love this and hate it at the same time, some of this just seems unsafe. I am from Mexico and they teach us how to act upon an earthquake since we are about 2 years old. Of course this is because we had a horrible earthquake on 1985 9.0 magnitude I wasn't alive yet but the first time they told the story I was in kindergarten, that was enough to terrify me and my class for life. At schools we have simulations every month. And what we learn is quiete different, since we have an alarm all around the city that rings about 40 seconds before the earthquake reaches us, we are tought that as long as we are on the second or first floor we have to evacuate to the closest safe area, all schools, hospitals and malls have them, I am pretty sure you have them on America too but I can't be sure. Our most recent life threatening earthquake was on 2017 and it was also horrifying my school was practically undamage but windows bursted and pieces of the ceiling fell. People that left the buildings survived. A school near my house fell, they didn't let the kids out, they were told to stay under the tables, they were buried for days and most died. So although I am no one to question a professional, I wouldn't stay inside, for any reason, this is not advice because life here is quite different, but sometimes the best you can do is follow your gut feeling and leve, it has saved lives.

  22. Weird Boy

    Weird Boy7 日 前

    Good they got the toilet paper

  23. eileenMP3

    eileenMP37 日 前

    13:18 i've watched this video 3 times and i just figured out it was korean....... i'm korean.....

  24. han

    han7 日 前

    it would be hella unfortunate if "the big one" topped off 2020...the grand finale.

  25. Susan Chu

    Susan Chu5 日 前

    han AHAHAAAAAHAAA

  26. Señor Paul

    Señor Paul8 日 前

    Are you guys from Florida or something Earth quakes are nothing

  27. Caoilinn Buckley

    Caoilinn Buckley10 日 前

    2020 can't get worse, right?

  28. Natalie Altman

    Natalie Altman10 日 前

    Keith, a perfect opportunity to use “fly guys” with the photo coming off the wall!

  29. Anjila Khatri

    Anjila Khatri12 日 前

    I come from Nepal. When the big earthquake happened there, I was giving my small 4 year old brother a bath. We were completely unprepared. The tv fell off the wall the sofa started sliding through the room. We actually slept at my grandma’s backyard for 1 month, because the aftershocks kept on coming for 2 months straight at random times. Camping completely. Just going inside the house for washroom, cooking quick food or to get something necessities. I still remember getting on the taxi with my small 9 year old sister and 4 year old brother to go to my grandma’s while the road was shaking suddenly due to aftershocks.

  30. CatLover101 CatLife101

    CatLover101 CatLife10112 日 前

    Due to the fact Japan has many earthquakes many schools even a whole town would have a practice drill if one would happen.

  31. Ananya

    Ananya14 日 前

    Okay, these *"Laughs in...."* and *"Cries in...."* comments are starting to *NOT* make sense anymore.

  32. schneeevchen

    schneeevchen14 日 前

    Every one was laughing at me for having a drawer full of emergency stuff. Food, water, radio etc. Then covid came and everything shut down and nobody was laughing anymore. I was equiped for 2 weeks for me, my husband and my son! And yes. I feel pretty good about myself.

  33. Miss Story

    Miss Story14 日 前

    Southern Californian here

  34. Diana

    Diana15 日 前

    We are taught at school to open the doors during an earthquake if you think outside isn't safe and isn't an open ground. The reason is for you to easily leave the room after the earthquake because there is a possibility that you can't open the door when something collapsed. Also, if you have nowhere to duck in the room, such as a table, they say the corners of the rooms will do. But make sure to cover your head.

  35. Victoria H

    Victoria H15 日 前

    I hate earthquakes San Andreas: ello my little friend 🌝 but we TRUST IN JESUS OUR LORD AND SAVIOR! 💗💗 HE WILL PROTECT WHEN YOU TURN TO HIM AND OBEY HIM! :)

  36. Emily Fogerty

    Emily Fogerty15 日 前

    Who else is going EARTHQUAAAAAKKKKKE! While thinking about Freaky Friday.

  37. Laura Finlay

    Laura Finlay16 日 前

    you know every kid in New Zealand has a mandatory class untill high school i think where they prepare you for earthquakes, and i suppose other earthquake prone countries do too.... so it seems weird to me that America, specificly the earthquake prone states, would not have a class at school or like people that come in and teach you about it, doesnt have to be mandatory but like it should be talked about and accessible to those who want to find out.

  38. Alexis Kathrine

    Alexis Kathrine16 日 前

    what do you do if youre driving and a big earthquake hits? like do you keep driving or slam on your breaks or like pull over????

  39. A person

    A person18 日 前

    omg! i have he same fake tree! 1:56

  40. Rhonda Plumhoff

    Rhonda Plumhoff19 日 前

    I live in Ridgecrest and the big one last summer was so scary and were still getting small ones all of the time.

  41. Kylie Pabst

    Kylie Pabst20 日 前

    Iowa just had a category 4 landlocked hurricane with 140 mph winds, and we only had a 15 minute warning. A lot of the things they’re describing what could happen for the “big” earthquake was a reality in Iowa. No power for 1-2 weeks for a whole city, only one grocery store was open in my city (the second biggest city in our state) and the closest place to get gas for three days was over 40 minutes away. We lost 3/4 of our tree canopy, and some buildings had rooftops and walls completely torn off. Nearly every building had some type of damage. This is so real and so serious to be prepared for a natural disaster, even when you don’t think it could happen in your city.

  42. Catalina Alvarado Carrasco

    Catalina Alvarado Carrasco20 日 前

    Other countries: A MAJOR 6,2 EARTHQUAKE EVERYTHING IS DESTROYED Me: *Laughs un chilean* But really I know most countries are not prepared for an over 4,0 earthquake and even that could be devastating, but here that’s very soft, I think every Chilean has experimented at least one 4,5-6,0 earthquake

  43. MasterNite

    MasterNite21 日 前

    5.0 Earthquake hits Most of the world: NOOO! WE’RE GONNA DIE!! Pacific Coastal Regions: Get used to it. We all are.

  44. Ella Kate

    Ella Kate22 日 前

    Hasn’t been a big earth quake in 300 years.... oh no god no please 🙏

  45. WolfSlayer126

    WolfSlayer12622 日 前

    I live in portland oregon so our school made us make a preparedness bag

  46. Snigdha Chatterjee

    Snigdha Chatterjee23 日 前

    "We are overdue for an earthquake that will probably happen within the next 20 years" 2020: hold my mask...

  47. Alexis Tremblay

    Alexis Tremblay24 日 前

    Does the earthquake guy look like Chris Traeger from P&R or is it just me?

  48. Rose Wern

    Rose Wern24 日 前

    It was one in the morning. Just after midnight. I was eight years old and the room started shaking. I could hear pots and pans and shards of glass rattling around inside the kitchen. I was too scared to run to my parents, since the hallway was blocked with a cherry blossom tree that had fallen through the roof. It missed me by an inch and I'd never been more terrified for my life. I hid under my bed, and it lasted for what seemed like hours, but was probably only a few minutes. It eventually stopped, and the building next to us was leaning against our apartment, which had shattered on the ground floor. Luckily, no one was seriously hurt, and we were only on the second level. But that still to this day would be the most terrifying thing to ever happen to me.

  49. CornDoesStuff

    CornDoesStuff24 日 前

    i love how the guy seems so done with their shit

  50. TheGame Baar

    TheGame Baar24 日 前

    Well its 2020 anything can happen now😶

  51. Emiliano Frosi

    Emiliano Frosi24 日 前

    4:10 Eugene was getting laid... on

  52. Cory Hay

    Cory Hay25 日 前

    they should come to new zealand we have huge earthqaukes

  53. cactipoke

    cactipoke25 日 前

    1:28 says “southern california” * shows san francisco *

  54. Vivien Yeung

    Vivien Yeung26 日 前

    Ned: "What are the dangers of an earthquake?" Instructor: *leans in "DEATH"*

  55. Allison MB

    Allison MB26 日 前

    “Let’s say the unthinkable has happened, and everything has gone to shit..” :::Looks up in 2020::: Yes?

  56. NiiChii Light

    NiiChii Light27 日 前

    Me: taking a 💩 in the bathroom cuz I had diarrhea Earthquake: Ima stop this kid from 💩ing now 😀😀😀

  57. Emiko Floof

    Emiko Floof27 日 前

    Singapore doesn’t have many earthquakes so I’ve never experienced one-

  58. Eva Rippel

    Eva Rippel27 日 前

    When the only natural disaster in your region that can happen is that you can't get sausage for the BBQ on sunday

  59. Fatima Ali

    Fatima Ali27 日 前

    How to survive an earthquake Me:laughing in Iraqi Also me: crying in corruption/murders/explosions/shootings/kidnapping/etc.

  60. astxrism

    astxrism27 日 前

    Just so you know we are also overdue for a volcano that will probably end the world. 😅 We are all gonna die in 2020.

  61. Mr. Boom

    Mr. Boom27 日 前

    _I tried to scream... But my head was under poop.._

  62. Tianjiao Wang

    Tianjiao Wang28 日 前

    *laughs in New Yorken* *cries in hurricanian, power outagese, and riotish*

  63. Io Martinez

    Io Martinez28 日 前

    *laughs in Chilean*

  64. Mr Chen

    Mr Chen29 日 前

    Did Zach just say “fuck” in front of the CEO of the Red Cross LA? 😃

  65. Mr Chen

    Mr Chen29 日 前

    I live in Cali and I just heard abt the “big” earthquake 😃

  66. dopey panda

    dopey panda29 日 前

    2020 had covid 19, australia bushfire, volcanic eruptions, beirut explosion- heck lets throw in a MASSIVE earthquake too

  67. E Brodsky

    E Brodskyヶ月 前

    This video mostly showed why they needed a new office

  68. UgadailLiyam LIKE REALLY

    UgadailLiyam LIKE REALLYヶ月 前

    Zach wanted to top eugene, it was said on purpose, no way in the world it wasn’t on purpose

  69. just another comment

    just another commentヶ月 前

    2020: 🤔 Me: please dont. 😒

  70. Nyiko Ndlovu

    Nyiko Ndlovuヶ月 前

    just watching this and listening to how prepared people have to be in case of an earthquake is mind-blowing to me as someone who lives in South Africa. We've had a total of 13 earthquakes since 1969, all lower than 6.5 on the Richter Scale and the last being in October 2019, so I cannot fathom having the constant worry that "The Big One" could happen at anytime. Same with Tsunamis, hurricanes and tornados, we have such a low probability of them occurring that I'm pretty sure almost no one has a home preparedness kit.

  71. 20Beesinasuit

    20Beesinasuitヶ月 前

    Damn, they dont teach earthquake safety along fault lines in America?? Ever since kindergarten on the west coast if canada they teach us everything we need to know about safety, in school, at home, and some basic first aid for people trapped under things. Props to Canada I guess

  72. Craig Bowen

    Craig Bowenヶ月 前

    I’m pretty sure us native Californians don’t care about earthquakes unless they’re reallyyyyyyy bad.

  73. Zahria Spencer

    Zahria Spencerヶ月 前

    it’s funny, here in north carolina we jut had our first earthquake in like,,,20 years and i woke up and everything was shaking so i went back to sleep 😭 i thought i was hallucinating again so i just went back to sleep,,,the way i would’ve actually been hurt had it been higher

  74. CyanMint 117

    CyanMint 117ヶ月 前

    When they start talking about 'the big one' all I could think of was the lyric "I didn't feel it when the earthquake happened" from If the World Was Ending

  75. The Person

    The Personヶ月 前

    They were joking about having toilet paper in the emergency bag but just look at the pandemic...

  76. Spencer Edwards

    Spencer Edwardsヶ月 前

    ok i live in an area where earthquakes are very rare. can everything he said actually fly vertically across a room like it's been flung from a slingshot? in most clips they show everything just kinda falls over

  77. Alexa

    Alexaヶ月 前

    “How To Survive an Earthquake” Laughs in Delawarean Crys in Tropical Storm

  78. Olivia Bailey (student)

    Olivia Bailey (student)ヶ月 前

    Listening to this with my giant fear of earthquakes, even though I live in MS which doesn't see any earthquakes, I'm glad that I don't live in California

  79. Hinkle Family

    Hinkle Familyヶ月 前

    As an Idahoan living in 2020 this info just scares the shit outta me. Idaho rarely gets earthquakes large enough to feel them, yet recently in the past 5 months we've had 4 earthquakes we can feel, all coming from the Stanley or Yellowstone area. Just like "The Big One" we're WAY overdue for a Yellowstone eruption and I'm FRICKING terrified!!

  80. Im a Gay Bidoof

    Im a Gay Bidoofヶ月 前

    The moment the first aid kit fell all i cpuld think is oh my god yall are gonna DIE

  81. Ana Julia

    Ana Juliaヶ月 前

    I am so glad for live in Brazil, were or only fears are get murder on the street or robbed on the bus.

  82. Diana Leilany V. U.

    Diana Leilany V. U.ヶ月 前

    The guys arguing over who would taste better loool

  83. KissaAMV

    KissaAMVヶ月 前

    I'm from Mexico, and we have earthquakes all the time, and one thing I've learned is "keep it simple", if you're inside a building find the beam and stay close, as soon as the earthquake is over exit building and find a clear open area.

  84. DontJudgeMe

    DontJudgeMeヶ月 前

    Me who doesn't live in an earthquake zone 😏😏😏

  85. Potato XD

    Potato XDヶ月 前

    5:30 girl in the bg that everyone's ignoring: wtf am i in this video

  86. daddywan :]

    daddywan :]ヶ月 前

    look, i live in a city that doesnt get earthquakes. we got the first one in like 10 years, and my wall cracked and so did the ground outside. then again, i live in the desert. but seriously, i live in an old house that was built in the 1980s. just a 2.0 mag earthquake did that to our house, please be careful

  87. Verena Reutemann

    Verena Reutemannヶ月 前

    The way they discuss who is going to be more tasty to eat 😂😂😂

  88. Jacqueline Kimmel

    Jacqueline Kimmelヶ月 前

    i bet this will happen in 2020

  89. Yellow

    Yellowヶ月 前

    The Big One: exists 2020: I'm gonna do what's called a pro gamer move

  90. Yvonne q:

    Yvonne q:ヶ月 前

    Glad to know that the Try Guys will be safe during earth quakes

  91. Cowta Playz

    Cowta Playzヶ月 前

    Count how many times he says "flying"

  92. Audrey Segedin

    Audrey Segedinヶ月 前

    When Eugene recreated Rose’s whistle scene, and then finished Zach’s Titanic line for him, I was so happy. I appreciate his Titanic knowledge, and a lot of movie references the guys make like this one.💙☺️🚢

  93. Keliya Gilchrist

    Keliya Gilchristヶ月 前

    Imagine giving birth in the middle of an earthquake

  94. ShiroXDandi

    ShiroXDandiヶ月 前

    i live in a pretty flat country so...

  95. Linky Bee

    Linky Beeヶ月 前

    I should be happy we havent gotten any earthquakes in Sweden

  96. Christian Aaron

    Christian Aaronヶ月 前

    The Red Cross guy in the red shirt is 10000000000000000% a virgin he did make a few good points but a few things I would do is go to Home Depot get like 3 or 5 plastic garbage "cans" filled them up with water and add some bleach boom you have potable water. Also, keep walkie talkies or a radio and a way to harvest solar power and canned foods and a propane tank or a grill with plenty of charcoal.

  97. Caitlin Cushing

    Caitlin Cushingヶ月 前

    Y’all live in California. How can you not know how to keep yourselves prepared for earthquakes?

  98. andreyya alexander

    andreyya alexanderヶ月 前

    Living in s.a has its perks🇿🇦

  99. Serena Cáceres

    Serena Cáceresヶ月 前

    Me, a chilean: 👁👄👁

  100. Eliza Jane

    Eliza Janeヶ月 前

    Me seeing them go through safety kits as a Floridian who used to get school days off to go get hurricane kits for hurricane season: 👁👄👁

  101. add asd that one weird girl

    add asd that one weird girlヶ月 前

    I live in the UK and we don't get Earthquakes at all so I have never had to prepare for one. Our houses are not at all built for Earthquakes. We do get a lot of Floods and landslides though so there's that.

  102. Celluloid Kelly

    Celluloid Kellyヶ月 前

    Earthquake: hasn’t happened yet 2020: huh

  103. Quetzalli Anzaldo

    Quetzalli Anzaldoヶ月 前

    After 2017 i cry every time there is a little one. I live in México city

  104. anto escobedo

    anto escobedoヶ月 前

    *laughs in chilean*

  105. just saying

    just sayingヶ月 前

    As a California child, we had earthquake drills all the time.

  106. Chloe Duldulao

    Chloe Duldulaoヶ月 前

    There was a earthquake while I was in bed while everyone in my family was asleep I was so scared I thought it was my sis shaking the bed but it was getting stronger but good thing it was not the biggest earthquake