The Try Guys Test Texting While Flavored Oxygen Taste Test 3 months ago   13:47

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The Try Guys text & drive incessantly on a closed traffic course to see how looking at your phone and not the road stacks up to drunk, high, and sleepy driving. The final episode in our epic four-part education series exploring driving under the influence. #TryGuysDUI

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Usually we let our videos speak for themselves, but seeing a lot of comments so I want to clear one thing up if you'll spare a moment to read.

Our texting while driving habits were exaggerated for the sake of this video to demonstrate examples of real behaviors out there. I see people texting and driving every. single. day. and we wanted to make a video about the dangers. Using your phone while driving seems to be becoming apart of everyday life, and that is terrifying.

We often lean into elements of our character/personality as a way to represent different types of people. In doing so, we also leaned into the edit to make our real life habits look as dangerous as possible to underscore our message. In hindsight, we now see how poorly we come off, especially me (Zach), and for that we apologize. It's a tricky line to make these videos both fun and serious, and at times we come off as callous and reckless during this one.

My comment about using my phone the next day was not said to be apathetic, but rather to show that cell phone use is an ingrained and habitual behavior for so many people. I got to a red light, took out my phone, and thought "what the hell am I thinking?" I saw in that moment how using my phone isn't even a conscious activity sometimes, and I imagine for many people it's the same. You can know something is bad and still do it, and that scares me the most. It's not just my life on the line out there, and as someone who was in a nearly fatal car accident as a child I know this as well as anyone.

I’ve been guilty of using my phone in my car. I imagine some of you have been too. You tell yourself you can do it safely, but you just can’t. That’s why we made this series - to show people that. I was in charge of this edit and was willing to make myself look bad to prove that point. It seems I should say on the record that the video portrays me as a far more egregious phone user than I really am. I regret how far the video pushes it and am sorry if I disappointed you. I promise our intentions were pure.

So, ultimately I’m glad some of you are mad. I hope what you watched disgusts you and that you and your friends never do it. But for those upset that I haven’t learned my lesson, please know that is not the case.

Thanks for watching this series and apologies for bogging this final episode down with a long-winded message. I hope you can still enjoy and learn from it.

💚 Zach (and the rest of the guys)
I agree when they said this is the most dangerous out of all of them. It literally takes a fraction of a second for a yellow light to appear and an old grandma driving to slam on her breaks.
Kathy Dockins
I commute by bus, which means I have a good view into most drivers' cars. Once on the freeway in slow (but still moving) traffic, I saw a guy playing his guitar and holding the wheel with his knees. Thank you, Try Guys, for making these videos (I'm a new fan so just watched all four). And Eugene -- brilliant idea re: texting. Folks, put your phone in your bag and then you won't be tempted (or won't be able to do it on auto-pilot like Zach mentioned). There's nothing on your phone worth dying (or killing) for.
Random Name
2:19 “He has had fingers everywhere” mood
Cat Doell
I think the only time my phone is active while I’m driving is to use GPS if i don’t know where I’m going, I even text people not to talk to me while I’m driving so I don’t tempt myself. I’ve seen far too many of my old classmates get into accidents and even pass away because they decided to text and drive. In Canada it’s a fine-able offense if you get caught texting behind the wheel and honestly I think you should have your license suspended if you get caught more than once. Don’t be stupid, keep your phone out of sight while you’re driving
Just a Living Girl
There was a guy who went to a school in my city and though I didn't personally know him we had a lot of mutual friends. He was 18 and he was killed in a car crash yesterday because someone in a car going the other way on the highway crossed over the median while he was texting while driving. An 18 year old kid, about to start his second semester of college, his whole life ahead of him, is now dead. DO NOT TEXT AND DRIVE. Not only is his life over, but the lives of his family and his friends and the many, many people who loved him are now changed forever.
Aj Brandt
No one texts me so...
Erik Samøssen
I watched the whole series... sleep deprived. I feel like shit, so I'll go to bed. Also, why is it the more I watch you guys the more I realize how much Eugene and I have in common haha

Also, I have a story to tell.
No one died, thank god, but it scared the shit out of me.
Our mom took us out to go Christmas shopping literally last year, 2018, and four people on their phones (All in trucks might I add. I live in Texas so it's expected) decided that it was the most GRAND idea to cut in front of us EVERY SINGLE TIME we were turning. They came out of nowhere too, I'm not even joking. My mom wasn't speeding, she was being very careful because it was very pact, and STILL. The side of the car that I was on, the direct spot, was almost hit. It was scary
Aleena Shahzad
10:20 How did we not get that sneak reference for Zach's girlfriend?
I remembered months ago October 2018, my grandmother was dropping me off to work when a woman rammed into us while we were in motion. Because of the rain, the roads were somewhat slippery, and luckily my grandmother was able to stop in time when the car before us suddenly stopped, but the woman behind us wasn't able to. After the collision, my grandmother got out of the car, and saw the lady was on her phone, and the lady goes "Oh shit, hang on a second I gotta call the police... Yeah I just hit someone..." I'm blessed that my grandma and I weren't killed, but it left us scarred and scared to drive in the rain.

Heather McFarland
Wow I am soooo shocked by these results. I mean I guess I am but I’m not. I am a college student and I see people leaving the parking lot eating, texting, doing their hair and make up. I even saw a lady cutting her hair, just about anything other than paying attention to the road. And I am guilty of doing the text to speak thing (or however you say it) on my phone. My bad thing is I check it for auto correct mishaps at red lights and that’s dangerous. After watching this video I’m NOT gonna do that anymore. I’m just gonna wait till I get to my destination. If it’s an emergency the people can call me.
I am a Potato
I am actually surprised at how much the 3 ( not Eugene) use their phones while driving!
Jose Peña
Eating while driving is also bad
Don’t you love it when they hit responsiblidog😂😂🤣😂😂
0:21 Meeeee!!!!!!!! 🤣🤣🤣
Samantha Nicole
I don’t respond to calls and texts but I am guilty of changing the song because my phone is my usual source of music.....
Paisley Mae
One of the questions for zack is “do you have a girlfriend”...little did we know
Totaled my car last summer when I was in stop and go traffic and got distracted by my phone, in one of those dashboard phone holders while navigating. One of the scariest experiences I’ve been through. Don’t use your phone while driving. Air bags didn’t go off and the entire front of the car was smashed. Im lucky neither me nor the person in front of me was hurt.
Zach-37 cones average of 4.75 minutes
Eugene-38 cones average of 5.22 minutes
Keith-38 cones average of 5.31 minutes
Ned-64 cones average of 6.15 minutes
ur welcome
Kaden Does Stuff
Actually watched half in my car half on the toilet so ha
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