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  • Jorch Datorch 3 months ago

    FUCK yes ostrich riding

  • Nope Nope 3 months ago

    Fun fact Mount Everest is actually pronounced Mount EVErest. Not EVERrest.

  • anonymousintrovert 3 months ago

    Still chill still chill still chill

  • Frost Leis 3 months ago

    WHY do people keep trying to climb the mountain? The first body I see, I'd be like "nope, I've gone high enough" and turn right back around.

  • Cherokee Miller 3 months ago

    HELL NO…….

  • Tiffany Doug 3 months ago

    Hmm… I'm not mad at the idea of dying on Everest .

  • deadass ready to die 3 months ago

    okay this is pretty dark but when i kill myself i might just climb up to the death zone, sit in a bucket and wait for the sweet release of death,, that’d be a pretty interesting way to go. i want to be the bucket man marker.

  • Min Yoongi-bear 3 months ago

    ive always had the plan to climb Everest when i turn like 85 and just, die there in a sense. of course me and my family would have a huge party before, but that is the way i wanna go.:)

  • ChasingIdeas 3 months ago

    My name is Mallory, and since it’s an uncommon name it’s still weird for me to hear it said in contexts that don’t refer to me. But I have to say this is one of the weirder times.

  • Puzzlebox 101 3 months ago

    I do not plan to go to MT Everest. Ever.

  • Phoebe Halls 3 months ago

    This is the only reason why I would agree that THIS WOMAN deserve equal pay.

  • Andrew Volpe 3 months ago

    Are you married are definitely my type

  • Hannah Bedenbaugh 3 months ago

    God, when the mountain melts due to global warming that will be a interesting river

  • trololololol lolololololol 3 months ago

    Omg i'm freezing!

  • ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ 3 months ago

    I’d do the circle game and get everyone that passes by me and bring a sign and write gotcha (someone punch em)

  • Cathy C 3 months ago

    Hi love watching your vid’s. Just an FYI on the Everest climbers blog which is updated daily during climbing season they said Green boots is still there. This was the 2017 blog I read. Apparently they told reporters, to be nice about the situation, that it had been covered when it had not been. So as of 2017 he is still there according to them. Too bad, I would hate for my body to be turned into a landmark.

  • kiddanger11 3 months ago

    I love Nova too

  • Kegne kenkai 3 months ago

    Just to inform you: the picture in 3:30 is Wanda Rutkiewicz, polish climer who succsessfully climbed 8 of the 8000m giants in Hymalaya. She is a legend and has a memorial in Poland. In case you need more info: in english
    or in polisch:

    She was a friend of my mom and died a week after my moms birthday on another mountain in Hymalaya.

    I really enjoyed all your videos but unfortunatly this huge misinformation spread and no mention of the independent polish women kind of gave me a foul aftertaste now.