(mumbles) – [Mom] Hold on, hold on. – My arm is hurting. – [Mom] Do you want to drop? – Yes. – [Jordan] On my neck,
you can’t get on my neck. – Think we’re gonna get
this point, too at home. – Hi guys, welcome back to – [All] That YouTub3 Family. – And we are The Adventurers. – And today, we have a fun
challenge for the kids only. Sorry, David.
– Oh, no. – I know you wanted to play this one, but it’s going to be kids
only, sisters versus brothers. You’re teaming up in
this challenge, it is. Last to Drop Their Sibling Wins. (laughing) So– – We’re gonna lose.
– We’re totally gonna lose. – I have some fun challenges for you. If you can win most of them, then you win the overall challenge. You girls are already paired
up, boys will be paired up. Girls, you pick who’s
going to be holding who? Same with you boys, and then
I’ll tell you your very first what you’re going to do. (dramatic music) – We’re gonna try and test to see who can carry each other the best, so, Audrey, would you pick me up? – Oh, actually, you’re not that heavy. Even though I am really wimpy, so, it is kinda getting heavy. – I know, I’m like, your arms are shaking. Okay, I don’t think you
have a (mumbles), oh no. – You’re gonna drop me. – Oh my gosh, I’m scared,
I have wimpy arms. – You have strong arms. – I’m not that strong, Ahhhh! – Okay, so the very first challenge is, don’t drop your sibling down the slide.
(dinging) So, the person that’s
laying down the slide can only be touching their
sibling with their hands. The other sibling at the
top needs to be holding on, whoever drops first will
have lost that round. Have you guys decided
who is going to hold who? – Yeah.
– I’m holding Jordan. – [Mom] Okay, are you guys ready? Get in position! – I am gonna be doing
some random planking, so this will be awesome – Okay, go!
(dinging) – We’re doing it this way? – Oh no! – This is very hurting,
your hands all sweaty! – [Mom] Looks pretty good over here. Can only use those hands! Can only use the hands. Ty is on his stomach,
Jordan’s on her back. – Different strategies over here! – Oh, Oh. – [Mom] Oh, their hands
are getting sweaty! Is he gotta go? Is he gotta go? – Ow. – [Mom] How are you guys doing? – [David] They’re slipping. – [Mom] Oh no! He keeps pulling him up! – [David] I think you’re starting to slip. They really are, their right
hand is starting to slip. – This hand is really slippery. – [Mom] Is it getting sweaty? – It is a sweaty hand. – [Mom] Hold on, hold on. – Don’t let go of my hand. – [David] Oh no. – [Mom] Is he going to
go, is he going to go? Is your arms hurting about now? – Yes, my arm is hurting. – Do you want to drop?
– Yes. – No.
– Do you want to drop? – Yes, I’m not gonna. – [Mom] Working with your partner. – Let go of one hand. – You have sweaty hands. – It’s hot, what do you want me to do? – [Mom] How are you guys doing? – Bad. – [Mom] It’s hard, it’s
a hard challenge, oh no! Ah, the girls drop first. Girls dropped. – [Audrey] Fingers. – [Mom] How are those fingers? – [Jake] Dead. – Okay, who’s ready
for the next challenge? – I think the girls had a disadvantage because I put lotion on my hands before we left to came to the playground. – [Mom] I know, I didn’t tell you about the challenge.
– And my hands were slippery. – [Mom] Too bad, come on down! Okay, you guys were on to something. This one is where you have to lift them and hold them.
(dinging) – What! – [Mom] So, who’s holding who? Who is holding who? – No I’m not! – [Mom] Can he pick you up? – Yes. – Watch, pick me up. – Oh boy. Yeah, do that, do that. – Wait, we are picking each other up? – [Mom] Who’s holding who? – I’m holding Ty. (laughing) – [Mom] Okay, you can
hold him however you want. You can hold him like a baby, you can hold him like that. Okay, are you guys ready
for this challenge? – We’re geniuses! – Are you guys ready? Okay, over here, come over that way. Okay, right there. Are you guys ready? – Yes. – [Mom] On your mark, get set, go. (dinging) (screaming) Oh, sneaky. – Just not, just not. Not balanced, I’m not
going to stand straight up. – [Mom] How do you feel
about your back right now? – I mean, right now I’m holding strong but I worry if I try to stand straight up then that’s what will timber, so. – My legs are hurting! I’m going to fall over! I’m going to fall over. – [Mom] How are you feeling? – Awesome. – They have such an advantage
you don’t even know! (laughing) – It’s obvious that we are
like the exact same size, whereas Ty’s like half the size of Jake! – I can still walk around the park. – We can do that too! (laughing) Ahhh, ahhh! Wait, David! – Oh, wait, he’s going upside down, Ah! (laughing) – Help, I feel like the shell of a turtle. – Hey, stop pushing. – [Mom] Your back is going to
give out before Jake’s neck. Which one, is Jake’s
neck starting to feel it? You feel the pressure?
– Yes. – [Jordan] I can’t do my neck! Let go of my neck. (laughing) It’s hurting. I’m not that strong! (Girls yelling) – [Mom] Okay, you can put Ty down. – Okay. – Good job.
– Are you kidding me? – The boys have won two to zero. – Yeah! – [Mom] Good job. – I think it is an unfair challenge. (mumbles) – [Mom] Okay, for the next one, you have one partner sitting on the swing, and the other partner has to hold them all the way back. You can be either in
front, or behind them, but you have to hold them up in the air. Okay, get ready to hold them back. You can push them, just watch out when you go to drop. You can push, you just
gotta get out of the way when you drop. On your mark, get set, go! (dinging) Pull back, Audrey, pull back. Keep back a little more. – I am, I’m back! – We’re all the way back that we can go. – [Mom] Okay, I’ll let it count. Okay, Ty, Jake, you’re plenty high. – Look at my shoe, it’s
really in the mulch. – [Mom] Okay. – [Audrey] My foot’s buried. – [Mom] Okay, whoever
drops from that position, if you drop your sibling, then you lost that round. How’s your arms? – Very hurty, my arms are
okay but my hands hurt. – Oh, Jake. – [Mom] How are you feeling
about this challenge? – Don’t move. – Oh! – I think we get a bonus
point because mom tried to make the girls seem moved.
– Oh, you drop it, you can’t be moving. – Oh, this is a really
relaxing challenge for me. – I can do this game solo. – [Mom] David’s holding
himself, he’s a monkey. Are you holding yourself
up against the bars? – I’m holding myself up
here against the bar. – Well then. – [Mom] Jake, are you moving? – We get to roll out off the way. – How was your day today, Jake? – You’re going way high, Jake, Jake you’re going way high. – Jake, I think you had a great day at school today, right? Right Jake? Yeah, what did you do? Did you like your lunch? – Oh Ty, don’t go down! – Move. (Coughing) – Yeah, Audrey. – Did you see my arms shaking? – Yeah. Oh my gosh, you’re getting
rusty on your hand. – No! – There’s rust on her hand from the swing. – How ya doing? – Doing great, how are you? – You got this, you got
this, you are so strong. You are the strongest of the strong. – [Mom] I got to admire the
position, digging her heels in. Jake’s like, using it going forward. – Oh, if you go down, you’ll be out? – They’re going down, they’re going down. – Look at you, you’re the– – We’ve been the same
length the entire time. The entire time, we haven’t moved at all. (laughing) – [Mom] So, do you like
being held or holding? – Honestly this is my favorite challenge so far, ’cause I can just sit here. – Are you kidding me, this hurts. – Well my back hurt the last time. – What? – Just going to lean against Ty. – I should have done that. (laughing) – No, Jake, you have to be the
same position that you were. – I’m doing good, woohoo! (laughing) – Rewind! – I think Audrey grabbed
my stomach instead but I wasn’t holding onto the bars so I just went woop! – Yeah, because my hands were slippy! – [Mom] It’s a hot day, which
makes sweaty hands, right? It’s hard, it’s a hard challenge. – I wanna go on the swings, some. – Okay, you boys are on a roll! You’re doing so good! For this next challenge, all siblings will be standing on this little playground bridge, doing a yoga pose where
one leg is in the air. So girls?
(dinging) First person to drop their
leg for their team is out. That means the others, the
other team gets a point. – And you guys, I have
a really good feeling about this one for the girls team because Audrey and I were
ballerinas for a while. – And we did lots of yoga challenges. – Yeah, and so we got good balance, so if this, this better be
the challenge that we win. – [Mom] It is a wobbly bridge though, and the boys will
probably try to sabotage, but it could throw back on them. Okay, get ready to get in your positions. – I’m on my bridge, in my yoga position. – [Mom] Oh, good job, David
wants in on the challenge. He’s doing very well. Are you guys ready?
– We can’t hold on to bars. – [Mom] Yep you cannot hold onto bars. Okay, they are ready, in position. (dinging) – Shake the bridge, Audrey, shake ’em! They dropped! – We got it, we got it, we got it. – It’s because, guess what, I was holding it out like this, and was bouncing against Audrey, and then I jumped, like
this, so I could shake them. – Strategy. – Okay, guys. The next challenge is,
don’t let your siblings drop from the monkey bars.
(dinging) – What? – One sibling will be down below holding them up, while the other has to be holding the
monkey bars at all times. – Oh no. – [Mom] Get in position! Okay, Jake, who is going to
be holding who on your team? – Guess me. – [Mom] You are holding who? – Ty. – [Mom] Okay. – And I’m holding Jordee. – And we’ve come up
with a genius game plan. Think we’re gonna get
this point too, at home. – [Mom] What is that? – I can’t tell you! – [Mom] Okay, get ready, get set, and go!
(dinging) Hurry, girls! – Jordee, your butt is not on my neck. It should be on my neck. – You might have to walk backwards. Or, she’ll go forwards. Alrighty. – Oh, this is so uncomfy, my hair. – [Mom] Don’t drop your sibling. Is it tugging on your
hair, pulling at your neck? – The boys just copied us. – Yeah, they copied us. – Yep, new plan. – Are you kidding me? – [Mom] They went over
it fast, look at you. – I think they have to go
back to their original pose. – Fine, I’ll go this way. – [Mom] Oh, you have to keep
your hands on the monkey bars. – Yeah, they got to
stay on the monkey bars. – [Mom] Do not take the
hands off, or you’re out. – Hey, if you can hold this, in one minute the person here has to kneel. – Okay, yep, yep.
– Wait, wait, Jake? – Yep. – What happens if Jake drops? Am I out? – [Mom] No, but Jake will have to kneel in a short period of time, okay? And Audrey, you’ll have to go kneel– – Okay, my shoulders are hurting. – Mine too. – [Mom] If you don’t mind
dirty shoes on your back. – Oh, genius idea. Audrey! – Or kick off those
dirty shoes, go barefoot. – Take off my shoes, Audrey, genius idea. Genius idea! My hands are slippery and sweaty. – [Mom] Keep one on at all times! How are you guys doing, are
you doing the same thing? – Yeah. – I hope… Do you think that Ty can reach your back with you kneeling? – [David] Oh there he did. – [Mom] Whoa, you guys are all doing it? Okay, Jake’s already
going down, Jake’s down. – [David] Audrey is going. – [Mom] Oh, and Audrey
is smart using the shoes, Jake’s gonna copy the strategy! – Are you kidding me? – [Mom] The boys are just copying. – One minute, and then
they got to lay down. – [Mom] Oh! All right, it makes it hard. – Audrey, is this really uncomfy? – Yeah. – Am I heavy? – Yeah. – Oh no, I’m sorry. – My hands are really sweaty. (laughs) – Hi, Jordee. – Hi, Ty. – [David] Keep one hand on at all times. – This is uh, this is a fun challenge. The boys just copy all
of our genius ideas. – We didn’t know that you
were switching your shoes we weren’t looking at you. – You know what happens,
is the person standing, their arms are stretched up, their arms are gonna start getting tired, and then they’re gonna want to let go. – They have to keep one hand on.
– And if they do, onward. – Yeah, I can do this. – Maybe it’s time to lay down, right? – I think so, let’s
move it on up, lay down. – Five, four, three, two, one. – [Mom] Oh no, oh no. – Wait, Jordan can touch your shoes. – Wow, now this is really easy. – Wait, can Jordan touch without Audrey? – Yeah. – What, really? – Is that allowed? – [Mom] Not yet. – Look at the boys,
they’re (mumbles) the bars. – [Mom] How you feeling about now, Ty? Is it hard? Challenge getting hard? Oh, Jordan’s just chilling, Audrey’s like asleep. – Or I could just stand
normally on the ground, I don’t have to stand on Audrey. – This is the third, and final level. – [Mom] Ty’s like oh! Ty’s having a hard one. – [Jordan] Wait can I touch the floor? – Can you hold your hand up? No you can’t. – [Ty] Can I go like this? – [Mom] Is it painful? – Yes it is, very painful! – [Mom] Can you move her legs down? – It’s gonna wear out. – Really? – [Mom] Is Ty going to drop? Don’t drop your sibling! (cheering) Good job girls. – We are just proud. – [Mom] Good job, good job! – We are such good
sisters, team work forever. – We got two points, the boys have three. – I mean, we may have lost. But at least we didn’t
lose with zero points, so? – Okay guys, that is the
end of this challenge. The boys won, good job boys! (applause) You did a good job, but
got tired at the end, that’s why you started dropping. Girls, maybe next time. If you guys want to see
this challenge again? If so, comment down below. What should we do for
don’t drop my sibling? Where should they have to hold them? – And should we switch up the teams? – Yeah, should we make it really hard? Should we do a random draw? Should I and David play? – Oh boy. – Oh, I have a feeling that
I would not win this one. David’s like, “Yeah, I
wanna play, I want in!” Let us know! – [David] Put me in, Coach! – Put me in!
– Put me in! – All right, that’s it for today. Thanks so much for watching. Make sure to like,
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