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  • que faire fuck, huh?

  • Okay, let's never do that again.

  • Oh, uh new annoying orange memory foam.

  • Plush toys on lien annoying orange dot com.

  • What up, fruit lovers into the oh, here with the whole king.

  • Say, Hey, everybody, today we're doing a never before seen challenge.

  • The scare pair challenge e cool.

  • Sounds like a bundle of fun.

  • It's a bundle of fun, for sure.

  • Here's how it works.

  • Pairs gonna sit his little honey here and one by one, me and the gang are gonna take cracks at making them scream the loudest way.

  • All excited todo no.

  • Then it's unanimous.

  • Here's this care bear challenge coming at you.

  • Hey, marshy.

  • Hey, sure.

  • I mean, you could try.

  • It's kind of hard to hug someone when you don't have any.

  • Hey.

  • Yeah, kind of, uh, how did you alone for a frown.

  • Marshy.

  • You've got some weird friends.

  • Cute but weird.

  • Scare 0 m gave bear scream 75 decibels.

  • Marshy takes me Oh, Oh, I'm a scary Oh, yeah.

  • You're something alright.

  • Oh, man.

  • Are you really not scared?

  • Sorry.

  • Little apple not scared it all on.

  • I think I went to all the trouble of studying up on ghost of the library before it burned down.

  • The library burned down?

  • No.

  • Oh, library didn't burn down.

  • Thank goodness.

  • That's 76 decibels.

  • Congrats, little apple.

  • You've moved into the lead by the smallest of margins.

  • Oh, excuse me.

  • Could somebody tell me what I'm doing here again?

  • You're trying to scare me, Grandpa Lemon.

  • Oh, I see.

  • I've got a little trick up my sleeve.

  • Here.

  • Hold, please.

  • Got Oh, okay.

  • Oh, back.

  • Where is he going?

  • Hello, Grandpa Lemon.

  • Anybody?

  • What the heck is going on?

  • Where is everybody?

  • Right here.

  • Oh, who did you do that?

  • My vision never reveals his.

  • Oh, good grief.

  • The Sparrow meter gave it an 85.

  • Congrats to Grandpa Lemon.

  • Our new front runner.

  • Thank you kindly.

  • You don't stand the chance, bro.

  • I brought the scariest thing of all kind.

  • A I'm not scared of torrential ous you.

  • You're not even though they're huge and hairy and could eat you.

  • Nope.

  • But it seems like you are.

  • I'm not scared of anything.

  • Then open the cage.

  • Maybe I will.

  • Cool.

  • So do it.

  • I'm gonna When Shuhn.

  • How about now?

  • Don't rush.

  • May.

  • Yeah.

  • What's with that guy.

  • You know your guess is as good as mine.

  • Yeah.

  • Okie boogie, Boogie, Boogie, Boogie, Boogie, Boogie, Boogie Not scary, man.

  • Okay, let me try a different mask then.

  • E I don't think it's the mask.

  • I think it's the fact that you're not doing anything surprising.

  • I just I got you.

  • What?

  • I put a mask on an orange ball.

  • Oh, I'll admit that was a good one.

  • Thanks for the help knife.

  • You're welcome.

  • See you tomorrow when I try to kill you for reals by okay.

  • And that scream 0 m agrees.

  • That was 97 decibels, which means I win the grab Surprise.

  • Why?

  • Didn't know there was a grand prize?

  • Yeah.

  • What's the grand prize?

  • This'll a happy, shocked over fruit lovers.

  • The whole gang's here for another Spooktacular Challenge video.

  • That's right back by popular demand.

  • It's the scare pair challenge to you.

  • Oh, goody.

  • Sounds like double the fun.

  • Okay, pair.

  • You ready to get scared or what?

  • I'd say or what does it matter?

  • Because we're doing it anyway.

  • Well, everyone, let's scare that pair.

  • Thanks, marshy.

  • Although that is what you said last time.

  • Tha ISAT sleeping.

  • Is it okay if I petting a little thing.

  • Oh, marshmallow e Can't believe you.

  • Okay, But you could have told me it was Bonnie.

  • Sorry, but it looks like pair got scared by a hair.

  • You screamed at 72 decibels.

  • Which means marshmallow is our front runner.

  • A wrap, a lemon.

  • Grab a lemon.

  • Wake up.

  • I know you're not dead.

  • I could hear you snoring.

  • I was taking a nap, so I'm rested for my big date tonight.

  • A date?

  • Oh, sure.

  • Does my suit look dapper?

  • You think she'll like these flowers?

  • I got her.

  • Oh, my e no, no old people making out my eyes.

  • 0, 79 decibels.

  • Grandpa Lemon takes with Grandpa Lemon here that you're winning so you could stop kissing my grandma now.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • We should probably move on e you like, but so I brought some scary ones.

  • Frankenstein.

  • I mean, it's scary, but I doubt it will make me scream out loud.

  • E mean, you're welcome to give it a try.

  • E guess there's always this one.

  • Hey, what's that?

  • August 15th, First day of seventh grade.

  • Wait, Is that my middle school diary day?

  • I was so nervous about talking Thio 85 decibels.

  • That's a big score for a little apple.

  • Makes me wonder what's in that diary.

  • Well, you'll never know.

  • No, e way could do without the short views.

  • Yeah.

  • Mm.

  • Well, well, we meet again.

  • I can't wait to see what scary stuff you prepared for me.

  • But that's the thing.

  • You won't see it.

  • Ooh, really scary.

  • Not yet.

  • Perhaps.

  • But how about fish?

  • Nope.

  • Not Skerry not to worry.

  • How about this or this or this?

  • Ooh, a snake.

  • Really scary.

  • They are snakes and skerry.

  • Maybe to you, bro.

  • Okay, fine.

  • It's time to bust out the number one most terrifying thing in the Italian world.

  • Okay, that did not go as planned.

  • Okay.

  • Boogie, Boogie, Boogie, Boogie Really orange.

  • The mask didn't work last time.

  • Why would it work this time by now?

  • I know.

  • I just thought it would be funny, but here comes something hysterical.

  • Seriously, dude, you're trying the snake again.

  • Where to establish this?

  • I am not afraid of snakes.

  • And we appreciate that very much.

  • We're not monsters.

  • Does that mean I could come out?

  • Stay quiet.

  • You wait.

  • If you're over there, then Wow!

  • Okay, Uh, who at 90 decibels we have ourselves a winner, and it's may see you next time with another hair raising.

  • Sh October video called for you guys.

  • Happy shocked over fruit lovers today.

  • We got a big surprise Prepare.

  • Great.

  • Now, what about the problem?

  • Body weight in your honor.

  • Well made donations to the library and they're adding an entire wing.

  • Yeah, well, that that's incredible.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Is this for really way?

  • We're doing another scare pair challenge way.

  • You know, the drill gang, whoever makes pair scream the loudest wins.

  • And no matter what I lose, well, yeah, that's what makes it so fun.

  • Now, let's scare that pair e Suppose you're here to scare me, huh?

  • Brought you something.

  • What?

  • Oh, well, that's nice of you.

  • Yeah, I guess it be nice to have a laugh before everything else starts enough.

  • Oh, we 00 for crying out.

  • Would you stop already?

  • Oh, that was a good 1.

  • 74 decibels.

  • It's the screen volume.

  • Way to go, Marshy.

  • E o.

  • What?

  • Oh, hey, New dude.

  • Thanks for wearing your sensor bar today.

  • What can I say?

  • Orange told me to dress up here.

  • Put on these VR goggles VR.

  • Well, that doesn't seem fair.

  • Of course you could scare me if you get to use B r o.

  • Those goggles are hooked up to anything, but here's the scary thing.

  • You ready for this?

  • Those goggles you're wearing haven't been properly sanitized.

  • Gross.

  • I'm taking these off.

  • Sorry, Weren't able to scare me this time.

  • 75 decibels.

  • Looks like new dude did the bare minimum to take the lead.

  • Oh, hey, they're pull my finger.

  • No.

  • Why not?

  • Come on, play along.

  • I'd love to, dude, but you don't have a finger.

  • Oh, yeah, I forgot.

  • Okay, fine.

  • Just pull that rope in.

  • Fine.

  • What the hell?

  • And now pair will give a public speech to the entire auditorium.

  • Public speaking.

  • I'm not scared of public speaking.

  • Did I mention everyone in the audience is naked?

  • My eyes.

  • 82 decibels.

  • That's a big score for a little apple.

  • Thanks.

  • I guess.

  • Okay.

  • I got to turn the lights out for my big reveal.

  • You ready for this pair?

  • Okay, I'm ready.

  • Skerry stuff.

  • Okay.

  • When the lights come back on, you're gonna see what you look like when you're older.

  • 1230 on.

  • Here's a picture of you when you're older.

  • Oh, wait.

  • Were you yelling at the sight of my face?

  • Yeah.

  • Sorry, Grandpa Lemon.

  • Hey, don't worry about it.

  • I got 87 decibels, so I'll take it.

  • Okay?

  • Okay.

  • Booky.

  • Booky, Booky.

  • Booky orange.

  • You always try the mask thing, and it never works, man.

  • Maybe another basketball scare.