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(intense suspenseful music) – [Jamie Yeager] What is going on? – How did it become this crazy? – Go! We have to get outta here. It’s too crazy. Let’s go. We got to get out of here. (screaming) – We’re all gonna die. – Hi SOTY family. What is up guys? It is late and dark outside. And normally we don’tnstart our vlogs at night, but today it’s a differentnstory, and it’s necessary. – Guys, tomorrow isnour last day of summer. – It is our last hurrah before school is going to be starting. – So we need to make the best of it. And why am I here right now? – You’re in here because we need your help to build something amazing for our back to schoolnparty that we’re throwing. – We’re throwing a party? – Yes because you have tondo a back to school party and you have to build a giantnschool bus for your party, and Steve is the only onenthat’s capable of doing it. And Blakey, she’s the big helper. – I can’t touch that line. – So we’re planning thisnparty for morning time. We’re gonna be swimming,nplaying in our giant school bus, playing on our playground,nand doing yard games. And since it’s kind of early- – We’re gonna work allnnight till it’s ready. – Yep. – [Jamie Yeager] What’s going on? – We’re getting ready. – Push up time. – [Jamie Yeager] So how isnthis helping us get ready? – Mom, we need muscles. – These muscles. – All right, just build the school bus. Stephen, I’m here to inform you that we also need 80 red legos. – 80? – [Jamie Yeager] 80. – Oh, come on. I’ve been throwingnred legos left and right. You couldn’t have done this,nlike, five minutes ago? (upbeat techno music) – And guys, this is necessary when you’re working all nightnon building a school bus. – Once we finish this,nI’m gonna sleep in it. – [Jamie Yeager] You’re gonna sleep in it? – Yeah, the wet floor and- – Once we finish this, I’mngonna be sleeping in my bed, so… – Okay. – Two more days untilnI get to go to school. – [Jamie Yeager] Are you so excited? – Uh-huh. – [Jamie Yeager] All right. All right, guys. So our school bus is coming along. It’s kind of a fashionable school bus. I don’t know too many that, you know, have this cool red design on it, but technically we need it. – They have black lines.nThey don’t have black legos. – Black lines, theyndon’t have black legos, and we are running out of yellows. How many more yellows do we have, Stephen? – I don’t know, I’m running out. – [Jamie Yeager] Running out? Oh, no. Oh, and this girl isnstill helping. Perfect. – Where can I put this? – Stephen, are you almost done? – Blake wants me to build a door. – [Jamie Yeager] Okay.nYou build the door, and… What? – The final piece. – [Jamie Yeager] Are younkidding me? We did it. – School bus! – We did it! Our school bus prop isnofficially ready and done for our back to school party. But guys, it is almost midnight. So kids, go to bed! Looks pretty awesome. Now, we just need tonwake up and have a party. – [Children] Best party! (upbeat music) – [Jamie Yeager] Hurry, quick snack break! Snack break! I-di-di-di-di! Okay, what is going on here? – Stephen’s getting in. – [Jamie Yeager] What?nNo. You’re gonna ruin it. – Stephen, we’re gonna die. Aww! – [Jamie Yeager] Someone’s gonna drown. – Oh my gosh. You’re on my head. – I got one leg through. – Let me in. (tapping out) – I tap out. – I’m stuck. I want you to know. – We’re going in. We’re going in. – I want you to know, there’snno getting out of this now. – [Jamie Yeager] So Lance, are you ready to save themnwhen someone starts drowning? – Aw! – [Jamie Yeager] Really,nwhat if you get tipped over and jag it out? – I don’t know. We’re gonna die. – I’m gonna start biting my way through. – There’s no way for us to get out unless we go over to the shallownlane and get out somehow. – [Jamie Yeager] Okay.nThere you go. Have fun. Don’t bite it. – Hi, guys. Aw! That’s my head. – Go around it. – Wait, this might be better. – We’re gonna die. We’re gonna die. No, Lance. Not right now. – Not your time. – [Jamie Yeager] You look likena weird four-armed creature. – (indistinct) – I’m getting in. – My thing is gonna comenthe other way from you. (indistinct) – We’re gonna die. We’re gonna die. – They’re gonna die. – Get off of my path. Get over to the hot tub. Hold on. – Let me in. – Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. (screaming) – We’re going over. Okay, my armpit hair would get ripped out. – [Jamie Yeager] What in the world? We have pizza! (children screaming) – All right, guys. So the pool party is prettynmuch officially over, but these girls are still having a blast. Guys, there is a storm coming. And so, we are trying tonsecure our awesome school bus so that we can keep itnjust a little bit longer. We’re trying to secure it. So hopefully, the windndoesn’t blow it down. But guys, our last day celebratingnsummer is not over yet. Storm or not, we’re gonna keep partying. All right, guys. The party is not goingnto end. Right, Taylor? – Right. – Why am I sitting at thenback seat with you and you? What is… – The party may end… – [Jamie Yeager] ‘Kay. getnus there safely, please. – Look at this limo truck. – [Taylor Yeager] What? – [Stephen Yeager] Oh, that is awesome. – Whoa. They totally passed us up. Oh my gosh. Rewind. Okay, we need tonreplay that in slow-motion. (upbeat techno music) All right, guys. Lagoon, here we come. (cheering) All right, we’re officially at Lagoon. And Parker just saw her favorite ride. So the first ride that we are going to ride at Lagoon celebrating the last day ofnsummer before school starts is what? What’s the ride?n- Yay! – Bamboo ride. (rollercoaster noises) – [Steve Yeager] Parker,nthey went without you. She wanted to be in the front. Hah. We’re starting to ride, Parker. (Parker screaming) – And we’re in the verynfront. Check this out. Ah! We’re going up high. What is going on? – Hands up, dad. – Whoa. Oh, shoot. Oh, shoot. (screaming) You look crazy with nontooth in your mouth. Wow. – All right, so you think you’ve come to an amusement park to ride rides, but these girls right here have come to the amusement park to gonspecifically into this store. Oh my goodness. You are going to be spendingnall of your money, aren’t you? – Yes.n- Yes. – I’ve never walked in this store before. – Is it… (gasping) – Phone case. – What? – This is phone cases. It fits our phone. It fits our phone. Hey, it fits our phone. It fits our phone. We’re getting this. – It’s five dollars.nSix dollars, actually. – We’re getting this. – It’s six dollars.n- I’m getting this. – Wait. Wait, let’s see this one. – [Jamie Yeager] What? – What is happening? – Who let Parker in the store? – Parker, mermaid tail.nYou can’t have all. – [Jamie Yeager] Three? – Please. – What is going on? – [Jamie Yeager] Parker,nyou have to buy it with your own money. – I don’t have money. – Too bad, I guess. All right. All right. – [Jamie Yeager] Dad will use his money. – I’m a sucker. – [Steve Yeager] Are wenever getting outta here? – Found them. – Dad, can I get one more? – No. – Fine. These are all. We get our phone case andnthe rare flower Pop It. – And it brings back…n- [Steve Yeager] Rare? – We have to charge it. – And in TikToks It’s a magical Pop It.n- TikTok, YouTube. – TikTok, YouTube. It’s magical Pop It. – It gives you any Pop Its you need. – Yeah, if you want a Simple Dimple. You’re like, “I want a Simple Dimple.” – I’m DJ S’mores. – Oh my gosh. It’s like they’re talkingnin a foreign language. – I don’t understand- – I don’t know how to decode it. Did I get old all of a sudden? – I’m so excited. – Guys, we got a phonencase. A Pop It phone case. – I thought we were not gonna find it. – Me neither. Guys, we actually made a whole list of these Pop It things and- – Like 100 and million of them, and we have to cross off two of them. – What are you gonna do withna hundred million Pop Its? – What are we not gonna donwith a hundred million Pop Its? – Rare. And these two are rare. – [Jamie Yeager] Blake, let me see. Wow. – I can’t open. – Okay, I’ll open it. I’ll open it. – [Jamie Yeager] What did you get? Oh, what did you get? – Wait, are you… You just take it? – He got it for me. – [Steve Yeager] No! – Whoa! All right. – What’s happening? – So we made it on one ride at Lagoon, went to the store, got some Pop Its, and everything is falling apart. Do you think our schoolnbus is still standing? – No. My poor school bus. – [Jamie Yeager] Holynmolly. What is happening? – It’s raining, and it’s so windy. – Oh, it’s so windy. It’s scary. – [Jamie Yeager] What is going on? – How did it become this crazy? – All right, so our lastnday of summer party is kinda going crazy right now. – Yeah I agree.n- Same. – What is happening? All right, guys. So the weather is crazy, but these kids are really want to ride the scariest ride in the park, the tallest, the craziestnwith the weather like this. Are you girls okay? You’re okay. It’s okay. – [Blake Yeager] I’m scared.nI don’t wanna go on a ride. – [Jamie Yeager] I’m all right. – [Child] Mom, the winds toonstrong for the umbrellas. – [Jamie Yeager] What’s the matter? (Taylor crying) – I wanna go home. – [Jamie Yeager] It’s all right. Are you gonna ride the rides? Yeah? All right things are going really bad. ‘Kay. It is hailing rightnnow all over my back. People are screaming. ‘Kay, the camera’s getting wet. I may need to run intonthe bathroom right now. – What is happening? – What is going on? It’s okay. It’s okay.nWe’re okay. It’s fine. (screaming) – Go! We gotta get outta here. It’s too crazy. Let’s go. We gotta get outta here. – [Jamie Yeager] Run. Run! Come on. We gotta go. We gotta go. Go to the bathroom. Go to the bathroom. – This is a great idea. – All right. We soughtnprotection by the restrooms. It’s kinda blocking the rain, but we are a bunch ofnwet people right now. – It’s bad. – It’s so bad. – We’re all gonna die. – Hey, hey, hey, hey. We’re okay. Guys, we made it into our car. We’re fine. We are sobbing wet, but we’re okay. You were under the umbrella, and Stephen pushed you so far, didn’t he? He pushed you so far. We’re home. We’re not home yet. We’re in our car. It’s okay, guys. Let’s be happy. There’s lots of tears going on right now. All right. We survived the rain. I think Parker just barelynstopped crying, so… Oh. – I’m gonna start crying. Its too cold. – You know what? You need to get over. You need to get over. We had enough crying in the car, but we’re at Pizza Factory and trying to lift everyone’s spirits with hot chocolate and pizza. Does everybody have theirnhot chocolate in Aug- Oh, my. What in the- Does everybody have theirnhot chocolate in August? – Yeah. – That’s what happens when younget caught in a rain storm, you get hot chocolatenin the middle of summer. Woo-hoo. – [Steve Yeager] Yeah. – [Jamie Yeager] It’s a good choice? You feel better now thatnyour belly’s getting full? What in the- What did you order? – It’s better than pizza, is it not? – [Jamie Yeager] You orderednthe biggest salad here. – I know. I didn’t-n- It’s not better than pizza. – I just want to say, Insaid pe-tight Caesar salad to my dad. – [Jamie Yeager] You said what? – Pe-tight.n- Petite, pe-tight. – [Jamie Yeager] Pe-tight?n- Pa-titi. Pa-titi. – ‘Kay. That conversationnhas to stop now. All right. And just like that, our night went from really, really good andnsunny to kind of crazy and bad, but ending it with delicious dinner and a mess. And our poor school busndidn’t survive the storm, but at least the day was memorable. Thank you guys for watching today’s video. Make sure you subscribe to our channel and click that bell so thatnyou can get notifications of when we post awesomenvideos like this one. Be sure to give us a big thumbs up. And the question for the day is, have you ever been caught in a storm like the one we were just caught in? And we’ll see you guys next time. Bye! (acoustic bright music)
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