The Try Guys Try To Survive A Major Earthquake

  • Published on Dec 4, 2019
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  • The Try Guys
    The Try Guys  Month ago +2627

    For more information about how to prepare for earthquakes and other emergencies visit:

    • P.J. souleater
      P.J. souleater 8 days ago

      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 :(

    • Corvo 75
      Corvo 75 18 days ago

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

    • Juls Mangia
      Juls Mangia 20 days ago

      @Javiera Alessandri Chi Chi Chi Le Le Le

    • Juls Mangia
      Juls Mangia 20 days ago

      @paloma sanmartin buenas kbros el triangulo de la vida y yo sobrevivi el del 2010 bajo una meza de madera (aunque no es muy seguro) tambien lo mas seguro es ir a espacios abiertos

    • Juls Mangia
      Juls Mangia 20 days ago

      You fools am from Chile and lived the 2010 earthquake. Half my house fell down that time jaja

  • slushy channel
    slushy channel Hour ago +1

    Zach, ned, keith : explaining their experience
    Keith: "IM NOT PREPARED"

  • Mrs.Queen ofgachavids
    Mrs.Queen ofgachavids 8 hours ago

    Why does the Red Cross guy remind me of josh peck for som reason lol 😂

  • Jojo Oktem
    Jojo Oktem 10 hours ago

    “How to survive an earthquake”
    Laughs in Midwestern
    Cries in Blizzard

  • Stormy the cat
    Stormy the cat 10 hours ago

    And now earthquakes are happening in puerto rico and half my family lives there god

  • ZammyWammy :D
    ZammyWammy :D 11 hours ago

    I'm 100 *percent* sure that Keith

  • Alhoe Vera
    Alhoe Vera 14 hours ago

    People like me who lives in big 31+ floors building:
    **laughs in dead**

  • KittyCatty
    KittyCatty 15 hours ago

    where’s the safest place to be in an earthquake
    me: airplane?

  • Andrew Grant
    Andrew Grant Day ago

    "There hasn't been a "big one" earthquake in about 300 years." Boy, has it been 300 years since 1906 already? Time really does fly when you don't know what you're talking about.

  • Drix 137
    Drix 137 Day ago

    Earthquakes. What are those
    Laughs in Texas

  • Ana Amunrud
    Ana Amunrud Day ago

    This gave me anxiety. I don’t think Minnesota can get earthquakes???

  • mY tEa iS SugAr FrEe

    His answer is usually
    Yeah, that’s good, but stop that right now

  • mY tEa iS SugAr FrEe

    Remember California,
    *always blame the San Andreas fault*

  • Ichigo Tantei
    Ichigo Tantei Day ago

    wth did I think they're gonna experience a stimulated earthquake or something?

  • Andrea Florence
    Andrea Florence Day ago

    How is it that I grew up being taught about how to survive an earthquake in an area where they NEVER H A P P E N but these boys literally are living in a hotspot and they have no clue what to do?

  • LittleOgre8695
    LittleOgre8695 Day ago +1

    Can you guys please make this into a series, this is actually really educational.

  • Vania Daza
    Vania Daza Day ago

    Mexican culture is knowing what to do since we are 3 years old

  • Sophie Haferkamp
    Sophie Haferkamp Day ago +1

    I wont be prepared, but my dogs will be!- Eugene, 2019.

  • Bailémon
    Bailémon Day ago

    cali got it bad

  • Sophie V.
    Sophie V. Day ago

    13:21 I listen to enough K-Pop to know that was korean

  • jansviolets
    jansviolets Day ago

    i was having a small argument with my boyfriend in his room at the 2nd floor when the room started shaking and we went down immediately and I said to him, "thats bc you made me fucking mad."

  • jynzx
    jynzx 2 days ago

    "so we're predicting the big one in the next decade or tw-"

    **house starts shaking**

  • Eleanor Trobradovic
    Eleanor Trobradovic 2 days ago

    "How to survive an earthquake"

    Me: Laughs in Georgian
    Also me: cries in humidity

  • Gee
    Gee 2 days ago

    "How to survive a earthquake"
    Me: Lives in STL
    STL: Literally on a fault line
    Me: Lives in apartment
    Me: *chuckles* I'm in danger

  • Valerie
    Valerie 2 days ago

    I live in the Bay Area, in Hayward to be exact. Soooo basically a ticking time bomb.
    Still though, I’m just glad I don’t have to ever deal with tornadoes. Omg that’s sooo scary.

  • Maiajo Robin-Underwood

    I've survived a lvl 7 earthquake it was at night and the tsunami warning went off(it was 1AM) I was annoyed but I was the only smart one in my family that grabbed food, water and blankets, then we went up a hill nearby and stayed there for 7hra

  • Alexi Corrales
    Alexi Corrales 3 days ago

    As a Southern Californian: 😰

  • Pan_ Kiddo
    Pan_ Kiddo 3 days ago

    The guys: *asking if something would be ok*
    The professional: get inside UNDER TABLE AND HOLD ON

  • Katelyn Cecelia
    Katelyn Cecelia 3 days ago

    Glad I live in Alberta Canada where we get a small 3.0 earthquake like a couple time’s a year

  • Ashley Bruno
    Ashley Bruno 3 days ago +2

    Okay so when the "big one" hits, it means they are already out prioritizing highest impact affected areas and start triage/emergency management procedures. It doesn't mean "they aren't going to come." That's kind of bogus to say. It's a little fear mongery and not really necessary.

  • Mai Đặng Nhật
    Mai Đặng Nhật 3 days ago

    lots of power cable pffff... look at vietnam

  • Luke Scott-Hill
    Luke Scott-Hill 4 days ago

    "How to survive Earthquakes"
    Cries in New Zealand

  • Unoriginal
    Unoriginal 4 days ago

    Me: Laughs in Torontonian

    Also me: Cries in winter ice storms

  • Emma O'Grady
    Emma O'Grady 4 days ago

    My outside is definitely safe I live in an neighborhood that has all the powerlines undergound and we have not trees like at all

  • Samaira Sandil
    Samaira Sandil 4 days ago +1

    I love how these guys are so educational and funny at the same time

  • Switzerland Mapping
    Switzerland Mapping 4 days ago +1

    Earthquakes in Chile are all over the place 2015 8.4. 2010 8.9 and many more and 1960 9.5 and isn’t that dangerous cause houses are made for handling earthquakes

  • sL G
    sL G 4 days ago

    Oh, wow. I am watching this from South Korea and surprised to hear Korean coming out of the AM radio...."그, 자기의 마지막 남은 자존심으로..." right before Keith yelling "HELP!! HELP US!!!!"

  • Kay's Macaroons
    Kay's Macaroons 4 days ago

    Haha, even though Texas weather is fucked up, at least I don’t have to worry about hurricanes ;D

  • Lakshita Sudhakar
    Lakshita Sudhakar 4 days ago

    yo why is my birthday aka 17th January so hazardous
    btw im indian
    love from India

  • RoseWAVEE
    RoseWAVEE 4 days ago +19

    “How to survive an earthquake”
    Me: Laughs in Australian
    Also me: Cries in FIRE

  • Richard#6
    Richard#6 5 days ago

    And there’s me in Australia

  • jin joo
    jin joo 5 days ago

    the titanic whistle impression sent me

  • Isabel
    Isabel 5 days ago +2

    Me: laughs in Australian*
    Also me: cries in fire*

  • Gouuto Gai
    Gouuto Gai 5 days ago

    The ceo of Red Cross is the kid from middle school that was the biggest pussy and worried about everything

  • Maggie’s World
    Maggie’s World 5 days ago +1

    “The Big One” will be like 9.2 magnitude and last for 5 minutes about...
    [ Scared Washington noises ]

  • Kiahna
    Kiahna 5 days ago

    I laughed so hard at this video a couple months ago... now all I can do is think “if y’all knew” 🤣🤣 I live in Puerto Rico

  • Kawaiibee Love
    Kawaiibee Love 5 days ago

    Yea when the 38,512,223 people are calling the police Boone’s gonna answer so call Nevada and Arizona

  • Elana Blissett
    Elana Blissett 5 days ago

    Drop cover hold
    Drop to the ground
    Cover your head when outside or whole body under a table
    Hold on to something for dear life
    Courtesy of New Zealand earthquake school drills

  • Golf and Max The Furry

    *Trying to survive a Earthquake*
    Laughs in Ohio
    Still laughs in Ohio

  • Ace Diamonds
    Ace Diamonds 5 days ago

    why worry about the future?

  • Alejandra Malave
    Alejandra Malave 5 days ago

    Puerto Rico:

  • unhombreviejoconalas

    I was thinking "I should do a first aid-course" and then I remembered that I start studying on Monday. Nursing.

  • zep pads
    zep pads 6 days ago

    im surprised that they don't know what to do when an earthquake occurs,, i thought everyone knows what to do. cuz in our country earthquakes occur a lot and we always have earthquake drills in school 😕 now can't stop thinking about other people who isn't aware on what to do. this video can help a lot.

  • Hillary Marie
    Hillary Marie 6 days ago

    My poo Puerto Rico is going through it now 😭😭😭

  • Marian Chaney
    Marian Chaney 6 days ago

    *laughs in north carolinian*
    *cries in hurricane path*
    *cries in daily summer tornadoes*

  • Lexi Grimbrooke
    Lexi Grimbrooke 6 days ago

    This gives me so much anxiety. I feel like I need to buy a bunch of new knives for protection now.

  • Sypht
    Sypht 6 days ago +2

    This guy just put them all in an existential crisis

  • Kiwi Studios
    Kiwi Studios 6 days ago

    Well, I dont get earthquakes but them hurricanes after us

  • sophia
    sophia 6 days ago +1

    "How to Survive an Earthquake"
    me: *laughs in new jerseyan*
    also me: *cries in nor'easter*

  • peter monaghan
    peter monaghan 6 days ago +1

    How to survive an earthquake:
    Me: laughs in British where nothing naturally bad happens.

    • Redrose 23
      Redrose 23 5 days ago

      peter monaghan what about the floods