The Try Guys marathon hours of anime in order to discover their perfect cosplay costumes. The first in a special four-episode series exploring cosplay.
The Try Guys construct cosplay costumes for the first time with help from their senpai (notice me!). The second in a special four-episode series exploring cosplay.
Proof that men don’t have to stick with the same haircut their entire lives.
The Try Guys support the LGBTQIA community and the Supreme Court’s historic ruling to legalize same-sex marriage across America by marching in the LA Pride Parade for the first time. #LoveWins
“I feel like a princess… a hairy, Jewish princess!”
Watch these three guys musically battle it out to see which genre - hip hop, pop, or rock - has the weirdest lyrics when taken literally.
Snails, minced sheep’s innards, and fish cured with poison. Watch Americans try these amazing European delicacies for the first time.
The Try Guys train with MLB players and see if they have what it takes to hit a Major League fastball.
Which Hogwarts House has the best BuzzFeed Video employees and viewers? Take our poll and find out!
Boys just wanna have cleave!
The Try Guys try to conquer the American Ninja Warrior course and get very, very wet.
After a week of trying to understand the pains of motherhood, the guys call their moms to say thanks.
One of the guys even shocks his own taint, because, you know, that’s where his vagina would be. Mothers are the toughest people in the world, because the miracle of life can hurt like a bitch.
Raising babies, raising hell. Part 3 of The Try Guys Try Motherhood.
The Try Guys go on an adventure in babysitting. Part 2 of The Try Guys Try Motherhood.
Walk a mile in her shoes? How about walk a mile with her pregnant belly? The Try Guys try pregnancy bellies in the first of a five-part series exploring motherhood.
There’s a story behind every haircut. Seven clients with diverse hair issues receive a makeover of a lifetime from a celebrity stylist.
Um casting internacional de modelos lindos mostra o quão drástica é a diferença de atributos físicos do “homem ideal” em 12 países diferentes.
“Are you eating? Why you wear that? Do you want something to eat? Why you drive so fast?”