Nova Oasis

In this new spin on Try Guys Game Time known as Try Wives Wine Time, Ariel and Becky (aka the Try Wives) relax with some mulled wine and react to Try Guys movies, together with the time Zach and Eugene stripped for them. #TGGT

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Ariel Fulmer, http://www.arielfulmerdesign.com
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Becky Habersberger
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VIDEOS REACTED TO:
The Try Guys Diet Like Pregnant Women For A Week

Guys Recreate Kim Kardashian’s Butt Photo // Try Guys

The Try Guys Break Into A House • Santa Spectacular Part 2

The Try Guys Try Magic Mike Stripping

The Try Guys Become Groomsmen For Keith’s Wedding • The Try Vlog

Why We Started Our Own Company

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The #TryGuys is the flagship channel of 2ND TRY, LLC. Tune in twice per week for reveals from Keith, Ned, Zach and Eugene, the creators and stars of The Try Guys.

MUSIC
Licensed from AudioNetwork

SFX
Licensed from Audioblocks

VIDEO
Licensed from Videoblocks

Official Try Guys Photos
By Mandee Johnson Photography | @mandeephoto

2nd Try, LLC STAFF
Executive Producer – Keith Habersberger
Executive Producer – Ned Fulmer
Executive Producer – Zach Kornfeld
Executive Producer – Eugene Lee Yang
Producer – Rachel Ann Cole
Production Manager – Alexandria Herring
Editor – Elliot Dickerhoof
Editor – Devlin McCluskey
Editor – YB Chang
Assistant Editor – Will Witwer
Production Assistant – Kasiemobi Udo-okoye
Production Assistant – Miles Bonsignore

Nova Oasis

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  1. A snood (/snuːd/) is a type of traditionally female headgear designed to hold the hair in a cloth or yarn bag.[1] In the most common form, the headgear resembles a close-fitting hood worn over the back of the head. It is similar to a hairnet,[1] but snoods typically have a looser fit,[2] a much coarser mesh, and noticeably thicker yarn. A tighter-mesh band may cover the forehead or crown, then run behind the ears, and under the nape of the neck. A sack of sorts dangles from this band, covering and containing the fall of long hair gathered at the back. A snood sometimes was made of solid fabric, but more often of loosely knitted yarn or other net-like material. Historically (and in some cultures still in use today) a small bag of fine thread—netted, tatted, knitted, crocheted, or knotted (see macramé)— enclosed a bob of long hair on the back of the head or held it close to the nape.[3]

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