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Throwing a Party in the Most Boring Town in America

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Comments • 18 091

  • Yes Theory
    Yes Theory  3 years ago +18021

    First. Also, make sure to subscribe y'all!!

    • Wakersville 12
      Wakersville 12 Month ago

      You Guy's should go back and do another one since the Chiefs won the SuperBowl recently !!! Just my Thoughts. ✌️

    • Uólace Laranjinha
      Uólace Laranjinha 4 months ago

      @ted cruz kidney hunter 3 years later i am

    • louis lanuza
      louis lanuza 4 months ago

      yeah,monkato!prove them wrong.even me thought its like a ghost town or a town just like in horror movies where residents are zombies. yes,theory are breaking up so many assumptions and stereotypes all over the world.continue your mission,guys.

    • Claudia Franken
      Claudia Franken 4 months ago

      You need me (to put the Mexican spice). Yes theory ❤

    • Rudy Galindo
      Rudy Galindo 4 months ago

      Did do

  • Aeron quick
    Aeron quick 3 years ago +49902

    When everyone in the whole city is at the party you can’t get any noise complaints

    • Emma Hollings
      Emma Hollings Year ago

      When there's 35 hectares between you and your neighbor you can't get noise complaints

    • BashaNiPopoy
      BashaNiPopoy Year ago +1


    • Israel Valdivia
      Israel Valdivia Year ago +1

      Even the local serial killer having a blast

    • Liana
      Liana Year ago

      invited the sheriff too 😭

    • Prak_Giggles
      Prak_Giggles 2 years ago +1

      Ur right! :O

  • Riptide205
    Riptide205 Year ago +5071

    Ok but imagine living in this town for like 20 years, then all of a sudden 3 dudes show up, throw the best party you've ever attended, and then just left.

    • Upless
      Upless Day ago

      @Avocado God bless

    • Faze StepBro
      Faze StepBro 9 days ago

      @Dani Jesus Is not god, Jesus was born to the union of God and a mortal because the Holy Spirit came upon Mary and that's how she conceived Jesus, so Jesus literally had God as his father. If I am an atheist and know more about your religion then you do something is wrong.

    • Dani
      Dani 15 days ago

      @Faze StepBro no, Christians believe that Jesus is God💓🙌 the reason He came to Earth was to pay the penalty for our sins so that we could be with Him forever!

    • SumGhost
      SumGhost 18 days ago

      @Avocado Proof?

  • Eruvey Rojas
    Eruvey Rojas 7 months ago +812

    Me and my friends just visited the town.... Ppl still talk about that party. Everyone so friendly. This is my first connection with the YES THEORY family.

    • Fat Head
      Fat Head 3 months ago +4

      Is my youtube bugging or did you write that you werent going to give blizzard ur money?

  • Ahmad Musa
    Ahmad Musa Year ago +306

    "He is actually a stripper". LOL. This is no way a boring town. That level of humor, openness and generosity is so precious!

    • Christian Schmidt
      Christian Schmidt Month ago +3

      we need more people like them. i had so much joy watching this. thank you!

  • Maremike
    Maremike Year ago +678

    "We need to find someone called Emma" just shows how small the town is and how familiar everyone is there

  • donrainesoh
    donrainesoh Year ago +711

    As a gay man from a very rural community in Ohio, I can say I have experienced zero homophobia here. I've only experienced hate in so-called diverse inclusive cities. The world over this holds true for me and this even includes middle eastern nations that most would call homophobic.

    • just me
      just me Month ago

      Thank you

    • Eden Porter
      Eden Porter 3 months ago +1

      I agree. My situation is definitely different as a straight white woman, but the safest and most welcome I’ve ever felt has been in Wyoming, Missouri, and Kansas. I did a solo road trip from Toronto to Boulder and those three states consistently had some of the friendliest people. Wish I could say the same about a lot of larger cities and even my previous hometowns in Ontario.

    • Evan Walker
      Evan Walker 3 months ago


    • Amanda Ridenour
      Amanda Ridenour 4 months ago

      I'm in Columbus - part of the rainbow tribe too. I can say for a fact - there's lots of bs and hate in our "community." It's really really disheartening. I've struggled pretty hard with trying to make friends here with genuine people. Sucks man. So I get it.

  • Halvard Kaarby Lundquist
    Halvard Kaarby Lundquist 3 years ago +7906

    I love how this seems like a sidequest in a game, like everyone goes "Ya gotta talk to Carl down at the grocery" and then Carl goes "Nah i sold the wares so ya gotta talk to Fred at the barn"

  • Tony Fourpaws
    Tony Fourpaws Year ago +357

    When I was walking across the United States I ended up in a little town of like 600 something people and within a few hours the newspaper wanted to do a story on me. I carried the original paper copy around for years . Wish I still had it

    • Diego S. Loayza
      Diego S. Loayza 4 months ago +2

      i wonder where it happened

    • number nine
      number nine 8 months ago +21

      Bet ya could go to the same newspaper website & find your article

  • Angatita
    Angatita 4 months ago +79

    Just them gathering random locals as they go on their quest is the most comedic thing 😂

  • Poorna Uddama
    Poorna Uddama Year ago +149

    Emma, explaining things at the end was so heart touching and I felt each and every single word she said . Bless her soul and everyone in that town

  • AvaMasquerade
    AvaMasquerade Year ago +416

    Tipsy-ish at a friend's house in Minnesota, threw a dart at a spinning globe, actually landed on Hawaii, laughed it off (Who could even afford it??? The absurdity) went on with my night. Could.. not.. shake.. it...the next arctic winter and subsequent boredom drove me to the brink, packed up the scraps of life, kissed a bf goodbye, dropped down in Hawaii with $200 in my pocket, (*do not* recommend this partcular budget) still here 15 years later doing makeup for TV/Film. Will replicate soon, but call best out of [ad infinitum] if the dart lands anywhere I've already been...

    • coffeemachtspass
      coffeemachtspass 29 days ago +1

      At least he got a goodbye kiss. (Sorry, your awesome go-girl story got reinterpreted as the ballad of Mr. Minnesota.)

    • Amanda Ridenour
      Amanda Ridenour 4 months ago +4

      I need this type of courage. I've got the ideas but yep lol. That's where they've stayed. Adhd - don't know where to start so stand still lmao not a good idea. I legit laughed at the "Do not recommend this budget" yeah dude I've got no idea how the hell you did that in Hawaii of all places.

    • Willow Malone
      Willow Malone 6 months ago +1

      Awesome story you sound like my kind of person

    • Woke Wayne
      Woke Wayne 8 months ago

      @Jeezuzisreal I live just 2 hours from there lol

    • borisa
      borisa 10 months ago +3

      this is incredible!!

  • Oliviana Tugui
    Oliviana Tugui 3 months ago +27

    It's wonderful to hear Emma speak to the young generation about the benefits of living and working in small community. She truly is the influencer

  • beczyyys
    beczyyys 3 years ago +7547

    imagine if this becomes a town tradition to throw a big party every year

    • Tuck Gaming
      Tuck Gaming 3 months ago

      coming from someone who lives 1hr from there, i dont think it is

    • Nadine Wirsing
      Nadine Wirsing 4 months ago +2

      We had that for my grandparents village, for several years (until it grew so big it wasn't affordable anymore lol) once at the end of summer we'd throw a massive party with live stages, party tents with different vibes and themes, bars, food stands etc. The village had like 150 - 300ppl or so. At best.

    • Ondřej Vogl
      Ondřej Vogl 6 months ago

      I literally thought the exact same thing! :D

    • Breg LeMond
      Breg LeMond 6 months ago +1

      have a village party once a year is very much a tradition in europe

    • boncret
      boncret 3 years ago

      i thought exactly the same

  • Amanda Atwater
    Amanda Atwater Year ago +159

    I love this in EVERY way. The ending narrative is perfect. We all need to be the action of what we want the world to be. It always starts with one passionate person.

  • Vegas
    Vegas 2 months ago +16

    Mission accomplished. Just checked the 2023 town rankings on Google and Mankato is no longer on it. No doubt thanks to the good people at Yes Theory. In all seriousness, thanks to the entire "Yes Theory" content creation team for putting out such high quality positive energy for the rest of the world to consume. I love the message and the idea of stepping outside one's comfort zone. It's an amazing world out there, and it's an amazing time to be alive.

  • Gar Funkle
    Gar Funkle 11 months ago +27

    I didn't think the town was boring. It was quiet and worked at its own pace. The community seemed really open minded and welcoming to anyone outside looking in. Seemed like really good folk.

  • rottenradish
    rottenradish Year ago +215

    This has got to be my most favorite video of Yes Theory. My gosh, it is so wholesome and touching I love every single part of it. You just earn your subscribe and likes, Mr. Keep up spreading good news!

  • sam ebert
    sam ebert Month ago +1

    Being from a small "boring" town myself, I want to thank you young men for showing that we can also be very fun!

  • U F
    U F 3 years ago +16080

    A party where you can say "the cops are here" with a smile and excitement.

    • Tatum Hunter
      Tatum Hunter 5 months ago +1

      Grew up in a town pop 2000. My powerlifting coach was the local police officer... I got a noise complaint called on us cause we were skating in the school parking lot blasting music, and she asked why we didn't invite her 🤣

    • Willow Malone
      Willow Malone 6 months ago

      I wanna know can anybody in town just go drink at James home barn bar anytime they feel like it? As a person who grew up in a town of three million people, I have so many questions

    • fearless mike
      fearless mike 8 months ago

      Hell yeah

  • Don St clair
    Don St clair 8 months ago +35

    "Don't wait for someone else to create the environment you crave"- incredibly wise and powerful lesson- thank you

  • Classic Audiobooks & Inspirations

    How beautiful for the entire town to show up. Even the Sherriff. It's sad how much the world has lost through modernity. In the old days, communities would gather from time to time for dances, celebrations etc and so people would not feel so disconnected. Native Americans still have such functions. Jane Austen described those regular dances for the entire village where Mr. Darcy would not be bothered...When Thomas when to Cameroon, these villagers in the evening gathered to dance around the fire. I think that's partly why people go for concerts, football games, attend church, etc...just for a sense of community or belonging. But, it's not the same.

    • whatsupbudbud
      whatsupbudbud 9 days ago +1

      Plenty of people are disillusioned with big city life and short term and/or shallow relationships, and they will gladly find places like these. It will just take more time than it took for young people to leave. I guess this had to happen for us to understand how valuable that is. :)

  • Litespark
    Litespark Year ago +88

    You know you're in a small town if _everyone_ knows why you're there within like 30 minutes of you arriving 😂 Sometimes even before that.
    It's such a surreal thing to experience having lived in a city all my life.
    It's kinda unfair how small towns get a reputation of being super close minded and hateful.
    Because it 100% depends on the town or city. I've been in big cities with really closeminded people, and small towns with the most loving and caring people I've ever met.

  • Peace&Love
    Peace&Love 3 months ago +47

    This one was just plain surprising and I smiled through the entire video. If I should ever be ANYWHERE near Mankato, I’ll be stopping in to say hello, have a bite to eat, have a drink in a barn and maybe leave with a different hair color! Excellent video guys 🌈✨

  • Jake Neidecker
    Jake Neidecker 7 months ago +14

    As someone FROM Kansas City -> D.C. I cannot thank you enough for giving such a positive look into small town life and the positivity and community that can be found there ❤️ Also, the pink hair is totally a Kansas thing 🤣

  • pkizdabest
    pkizdabest 3 years ago +9813

    Did all these people just leave their jobs and walk around town to plan a party ?

    • happycamper 75
      happycamper 75 Month ago


    • Jared McWilliams
      Jared McWilliams 8 months ago

      @KaosZ bruhhhhh 😂😂😂😂😂

    • Kerid Dunk
      Kerid Dunk 8 months ago

      So their jobs are not like super busy ones since it's a small town. And people are understanding

    • Reeble Snarfle
      Reeble Snarfle 9 months ago

      It appears that they did that thing.

    • Reeble Snarfle
      Reeble Snarfle 9 months ago

      It appears that's exactly what they did. Cept for the newspaperman. He was doin his job. Even the cops joined in...😎👍❤🇺🇸

  • Pavehead
    Pavehead 10 days ago

    I wasn't sure what to expect when I clicked on this video, if I was going to enjoy it or not. I literally couldn't stop smiling the entire time, kudos to you guys.

  • Greyson Webb
    Greyson Webb 3 months ago +10

    As a person from a super small town in Kansas (800 people) this is so relatable and hilarious.

  • indigozulu9
    indigozulu9 4 months ago +6

    This is the most wholesome thing. I love how everyone they meet knows someone else who can help even more and tags along with them. Subbed just for that

  • Bria
    Bria 4 months ago +1

    As someone who has moved from a decent sized tourist-genic dutch town on lake michigan too a rural retirement cow town in Mississippi I appreciate that you are showing some of mundane america which almost always gets overlooked

    MANPREET SINGH Year ago +31

    The chain this town formed to help hold a party proves it ain't a boring town at all. Lovely people

  • D D
    D D 3 years ago +17238

    The whole town probably have a groupchat

  • katie
    katie 7 months ago +10

    my experience in a small town was sadly in a past sundown town, so i didn’t get this warmth and generosity they got. i’m so glad there are small country towns out there in the US that provide the hospitality that shows what the US is all about

  • *-_Toxic Starshine_-*

    As someone from a small town, in Texas I am very happy to see this video :] it makes me glad to see a small town with such welcoming people

    • *-_Toxic Starshine_-*
      *-_Toxic Starshine_-* Day ago

      And yes people would know of someone random showing up within the hour. Especially if you show up to one of the only two stores in our town lmao

  • Law Trafalgar
    Law Trafalgar 8 days ago

    small town living is really just different and can be very wholesome. Moved bak to my small town city as well because its less stressful and feels more like home.
    Watching your guys videos is always very wholesome and restores my faith in humanity, even if its just small stuff like this.

  • skinnypig74
    skinnypig74 Year ago +71

    I’ve lived in the same small, Midwest town all my life and I’m here to tell you there’s nothing like a small town! It may be on the “most boring” list of some newspaper, but those city slickers don’t know what’s up😂

  • SmokeyDaSwipa
    SmokeyDaSwipa 3 years ago +17866

    They should make this a series and like go to the “most boring town” in every state

    • Avocado
      Avocado Year ago

      Jesus loves all of you repent of your sins which is bad things belive that God raised Jesus from the dead and confess Jesus as lord and you will be saved:

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      ALPHA Year ago


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      BMoney8600 Year ago


    • Maegan Lozano
      Maegan Lozano Year ago +1

      Yess. I hope they still make this happen even if its more than a year.

    • Trey, The Oddball
      Trey, The Oddball 2 years ago

      i hope they do because i live in the most boring town in my state!!

  • Madeline Smith
    Madeline Smith 7 months ago +10

    As a small town midwesterner I LOVE this so much. Thank you for such accurate and loving representation.

  • The observer
    The observer Year ago +32

    You guys have such a great attitude about life and people! So inspiring. I'm a grouchy old curmudgeon, and your videos are making me less curmudgeonly! I might actually go out and seek some social interaction this month!

  • Amanda Ridenour
    Amanda Ridenour 4 months ago +6

    I'm so glad I found this channel a few days ago. I've legit been binge watching. I haven't laughed this hard in a really long time. Thank you for making such awesome content!

  • Yog Sothoth
    Yog Sothoth 2 months ago

    I’m from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and I’ve been to a lot of towns like this one. Seeing these guys be so astonished at a town that seems very familiar to me feels kinda strange and amusing, TBH.

  • Samantha Martin
    Samantha Martin Month ago +1

    I was born and raised near Los Angeles, so definitely a VERY highly populated area. I've driven across the country and through the Midwest several times now, and have been to some extremely small towns with populations under 1000. Never before have I had such genuine and friendly interactions with complete strangers... Everyone knows everyone, and they are all willing to drop everything to help someone they've only just met, the hospitality is unmatched, they make you feel like you belong.
    A few years ago, my boyfriend's uncle decided to make the big move from Fresno, CA to a very small town in southern Kansas, and we decided to travel with him. We arrived late at night, and were shocked that the only gas station in town had two ancient pumps and was closed until morning. There was only one small family market for food, and one church. It was my first time being somewhere that isolated, so it was quite a shock. First thing in the morning, we were unloading the moving truck, and I about had a mini heart attack when I turned around to see that the local mailman had followed me into the garage looking to welcome us all to town! He knew absolutely everyone and treated us like we'd been there forever!

  • Hot Take, Babe
    Hot Take, Babe 3 years ago +3112

    The fact that they’re just like “oh yeah, let’s call James” and it’s just randomly the guys cousin and like 12 people are waking with them to talk to people. I love small towns 😂😂

    • McVoRTeX
      McVoRTeX 3 years ago

      Sono Luminescence na those are outside the US

    • Alex S
      Alex S 3 years ago

      @Nate Urban I used to live in a town of little over 5000 people. I hated it! Nothing to do! Only 2 decent restaurants. City officials are probably paid off by Walmart and the other grocery store to not let anything else come in. People want more stuff, but won't go out and support new businesses. When Burger King came into town, it was pack for a week, then people went back to McDonald's that was next door. After BK came in, Dollar Tree and Hibbets came in to town. BK came to town I think 2015, maybe 2016. The Walmart isn't even a supercenter.

    • Ousarlxs Fjsbvbg
      Ousarlxs Fjsbvbg 3 years ago

      Nate Urban yeah, that’s one caveat. Not a lot of diversity in there so if you don’t like some people then you’re fucked. But a smaller community can also mean more personal relations and a stronger sense of brotherhood, or am I wrong?

    • Nate Urban
      Nate Urban 3 years ago +3

      Helena Acevedo There are perks to growing up in a small town but I kind of hate it. Words spreads too fast, there is a lot of drama, no industry, and you don't have many options for friends. For example I'm a drummer and guitarist, but there are literally two other people in the school that can play anything (other than in the school band) and we don't like the same music

    • camden graves
      camden graves 3 years ago +2

      Helena Acevedo soooooo many people wanna love in LA don’t take it for granted.

  • Jim Readey
    Jim Readey 3 months ago +47

    17:10 I like how the sheriff in this tiny town put on -- and loaded up -- his vest just for his cameo appearance.

    • nig a
      nig a Month ago +2

      its part of the stripper costume, small town cops gotta supplement that income somehow :P

  • Garrett Leech
    Garrett Leech Year ago +27

    This is EPIC!!! I'm only 10 minutes in and I love the energy, the town was so on board and willing to help out! Talk about teamwork make the dream work right? =D also I had to subscribe! This is an amazing idea and after this I'll see if you guys have done more of this type of video! Keep up the good work!

  • bikinggal1
    bikinggal1 3 months ago +18

    This whole episode made me smile and sob a little too, emotional. Gracias!

  • CK Norris
    CK Norris 2 months ago

    I grew up in a small town in the Midwest and traveled for work. Favorite part of my job was stopping at all the tiny towns along the way. Some of the nicest people and best food you will find. Big cities you are just another person, small places you're like a guest.

  • Kim Wee Ng
    Kim Wee Ng 4 months ago +6

    Don't wait for someone else to create the environment that you crave, and those you meet can easily become friends for life. Hits hard

  • Yurik Ross
    Yurik Ross Year ago +3643

    Its so adorable and wholesome that the town journalist went out of his way to find them so he could write an article about them.

      ROCKSTAR NDIA 2 months ago +1

      💯😄 So cool. I laughed. He sniffed them out. Excellent turn out.I like these type of videos.

    • Angatita
      Angatita 4 months ago +2

      I thought it was hilarious that they were there 2 hours and the news was already chasing them down 😂

    • Justin Cavinder
      Justin Cavinder 4 months ago +3

      Pretty sure almost every small town journalist would do that lol. Considering it’s the only news. Coming from someone who grew up in a small town

    • Bryan Duhart
      Bryan Duhart 6 months ago

      i don't know i started tearing up at that part lol

    • HoorayItsJackie
      HoorayItsJackie 6 months ago +15

      @FredBear that’s just good journalism

  • tamedshrew
    tamedshrew 6 months ago

    This has got to be the most original and creative idea Ive come across on Clip-Share.

  • Anna
    Anna Month ago

    I laughed so hard when the newspaper guy showed up, it was so wholesome

  • Torque Alley Garage
    Torque Alley Garage 2 months ago +1

    Can we get monthly videos like this? Love this, it’s basically everything I’ve always wanted to be a part of since I was old enough to have my own car at 16. Making folks smile and enjoying life together!

  • La Doll
    La Doll 7 months ago

    Is it normal if im bawling my eyes out n crying tears of joy watching this 🥺🥺❤️❤️

  • Kaylyn Spiess
    Kaylyn Spiess Month ago

    I now live in Mankato, and though it is SMALL and a little boring at times, it is very homey and a nice place to live.
    I'm so bummed we missed this party. They should totally come back and do it again!! 😆

  • Sara Neves
    Sara Neves 3 years ago +2494

    Ammar: “ The cops are here”
    Lady: “ He’s actually a stripper”
    Sheriff: “ HAHAHAHAH”
    20:18 I’m dead 😂

    • Willow Malone
      Willow Malone 6 months ago

      Why did the town cop have on a bullet proof vest at 17:15 like he's going thru Harlem at 3am

    • Willow Malone
      Willow Malone 6 months ago

      Ammar is a gay Egyptian Muslim? Interesting combo, not everybody can claim that

    • Kalvin N
      Kalvin N 3 years ago

      Pauline D. Right I wish the cop was a stripper lmaooo

    • Alicja Smith
      Alicja Smith 3 years ago +1

      @Pauline right? I was thinking the same 😍😍

    • Allea Joelle
      Allea Joelle 3 years ago

      i almost lost it when ammar said "the cops are here" cuz for a sec i thought they were getting a noise complaint lmao

  • editingeek
    editingeek 11 days ago +2

    imagine being the one person in the town that missed the party and read about it in the local paper

  • Peter Fechter
    Peter Fechter Year ago +6

    Interactions like this is what this world needs. Thank you. 👍

  • Christian Schmidt
    Christian Schmidt Month ago

    the dog made my heart smile so big

  • Misty Waters
    Misty Waters 5 months ago

    This reminds me of my hometown. Had parties like this for the kids all the time. Flyover states are home to good people

  • jpg
    jpg 3 months ago

    wow i really want to visit this town with my friends now- most of us are queer and it’s nice to hear about a southern town that’s very accepting! like Ammar said, it really does challenge your preconceived notions of people (and especially for me) the south

  • Trap4Hunter
    Trap4Hunter 3 years ago +7497

    Three tourists come into the town
    Newspaper guy: i wanna do an interview with you guys

    • Cotarge Aesthetic
      Cotarge Aesthetic 10 months ago +1

      It's so rare that they receive visitors that this has only happened three times in the entire history of the city lol

    • Juice
      Juice Year ago +1

      Newspaper guy with the purple hat had my school hat, lmao

    • kenny kris nanto
      kenny kris nanto Year ago

      Please we need a story..

    • Laura C
      Laura C 2 years ago +1

      That cracked me up.I laughed like for five minutes straight 😂.Their adventure was just beginning. 😂😂

  • Gentch Nelson
    Gentch Nelson 8 months ago +7

    As someone who lives in a relatively small US town, this perfectly represents how these towns operate and accept people

  • Batya Seguin
    Batya Seguin 3 days ago

    Y'all really know how to make the best of everything. So great🎉

  • Roger Scurlock
    Roger Scurlock 4 months ago

    Thank you sir, for pointing out this truth. Small town/rural America seems to frequently get this default label of closed minded, racist, unaccepting, and many other similar terms. We're not those things, most people in small towns are kind and giving. They have a live amd let live mentality and will usually do anything they can to help anyone who needs it.

  • John Grace
    John Grace 8 months ago +3

    I hope they turn this into a yearly party for the town

  • Tenley Norton Brady
    Tenley Norton Brady 17 days ago

    This is so entertaining. The parade of people walking with them hahahah

  • cizzy spizzy
    cizzy spizzy Year ago +5873

    im pretty sure the whole town was like "we should do this more often"

    • Jake From State Farm
      Jake From State Farm 5 months ago

      @Cash Everett hence my response

    • Cash Everett
      Cash Everett 5 months ago

      @Jake From State Farm its a troll comment

    • akinab
      akinab 7 months ago

      @QQWEE yep... hope they never have fun again!!!!!!!!!!

    • Dana Astra
      Dana Astra 10 months ago

      @Rube When I eventually have a ton of money I'll buy a peaceful vacation place out there you've convinced me..especially with the stargazing stuff

    • Cotarge Aesthetic
      Cotarge Aesthetic 10 months ago

      @Rube why don't you move to Los Angeles?

  • Melissa Wiggins
    Melissa Wiggins 10 months ago

    It's so crazy to see the cops show up not to break it up, but to party themselves!

  • boobies
    boobies Year ago

    I’m from a town with 900 people and it’s so funny to see how crazy boring they think it all looks when this is like every day life for me, now I’m wondering what life would be like in a big city

  • Oils of Hope
    Oils of Hope 5 months ago

    Love your generous spirit guys.

  • Skylar Bancroft
    Skylar Bancroft 6 months ago +4

    You guys gotta go to Hanksville Utah and do this!! The community is so loving and connected with a population of less than 300. It’s surrounded by countless mesmerizing locations and national parks. Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch even hid out after heists just a few miles away, it would be an amazing video for a spontaneous trip!

    • Lily Humble
      Lily Humble 2 months ago +1

      I've been there.
      Live up near Ogden

  • Willow Malone
    Willow Malone 6 months ago +7

    Imagine you had to live among only 750 people for the rest of your life. The good looking ones get snatched up fast straight out of high school, and all youd have left to choose from is Timmy who just got out of prison for insurance fraud for the 3rd time, Mike the guy who spends every dollar prepping and training for various doomsday scenarios, and Jack who drunkenly had sex with his first cousin in 11th grade and has spent most of the last 10 years trying to make everyone forget that ever happened.

  • Aayansh
    Aayansh 3 years ago +2012

    I personally feel like this party was more meaningful and fun than other parties that Yes Theory threw in LA or other places. Loved this episode!!!
    This should become a series where Yes Theory organizes parties in towns that no one has ever heard of or very remote towns.

    • Josh Hsu
      Josh Hsu 3 years ago

      Chris Chann profile picture?

    • xstma
      xstma 3 years ago +1

      look up triple j one night stand
      its exactly that

    • b
      b 3 years ago +1

      Aayansh Singh wish I could like this 100 times

    • Jared Berlin
      Jared Berlin 3 years ago +1

      Aayansh Singh I agree

    • Taylor Levy
      Taylor Levy 3 years ago +2

      Yes I completely agree with this

  • Siamang ape
    Siamang ape 4 months ago

    Seriously this channel is amazing, i love what you do, i wish that this is what i would do after i get a bit older.

  • Tahni Erna
    Tahni Erna Year ago +2

    I grew up in smaller towns in the midwest and had the notion that they were boring. Being an adult and moving back to Kansas I just have such an appreciation that I didn't allow for myself when I was younger. This video did such an amazing job at showing the beauty in the little things, thank you from a Kansan 🥰🌟

  • Михаил
    Михаил 10 months ago +1

    It’s so friendly and awesome! 👍👍👍

  • Stanley Kubick³
    Stanley Kubick³ Year ago +11

    that actually seemed like a lovely time for everyone

  • alex hoppen
    alex hoppen 8 months ago

    I’m for Australia and iv spent a bit of time in small towns in the US and can confirm some of the best times in my life has been there

  • Tessa
    Tessa 3 years ago +1641

    I love how they’re just like “what about James” and they all know who James is without even having to mention a last name or the street he lives on

    • Chich
      Chich 2 years ago +7


  • Tuck Gaming
    Tuck Gaming 3 months ago

    If only you guys had come during track season and come to a track meet. That would have been awesome.

  • The Awakening Sequence
    The Awakening Sequence 4 months ago

    You guys are rock stars. Thank you for always putting a smile o my face❤

  • Andreaus
    Andreaus Year ago +3

    I can’t deal with how much joy this brought me.

  • BluJ Girl
    BluJ Girl 10 months ago +4

    This is a great video. It totally made me want to move to a small town where everyone knows everyone. They all seems super happy and nice and their community is wonderful. My boyfriend and I are now wondering where we will go after he is done with college, and now we know to not only think of the big flashy cities, but of all the small towns in between. We both want to build a community, and your message at the end has further inspired us to do so. Perhaps one day we will find a small town like this, but regardless of where we go, we have decided to make it an adventure as you guys do!

  • Sammi Taff
    Sammi Taff Month ago

    loved this one they should party more often 🤣😍

  • Farhan Bashar
    Farhan Bashar 3 years ago +1913

    These guys invited unknown people in the most boring city to a party and a whole lot of them came, but when I invite my well known friends to my party, nobody comes.

    • Zenova Oz
      Zenova Oz 3 months ago

      In my country when you invite your close-knit family to an event, the entire village comes and they never leave!

    • Your Friendly Neighborhood Cloaker
      Your Friendly Neighborhood Cloaker 11 months ago +1

      @Chino Scars How did it go?

    • Ashanti Bailey
      Ashanti Bailey Year ago +1

      I’m coming to the next one bestie❤️

    • Danny M
      Danny M Year ago

      Get new friends

    • Dan Abides
      Dan Abides 3 years ago

      @Bananaspliff Salut! Where you are you in the world? If you ever wanted to make a party happen I'd go if I can or even help!

  • JadonMurray354
    JadonMurray354 Year ago +2

    America needs to see more stories like this. Imagine if our bigger towns and cities were more like this one 💥

  • Jaay Fall
    Jaay Fall Year ago +3

    I love how this seems like one of those stories where the group of protas goes to a small town and it's like that, the guy from the newspaper, the townspeople who know of their presence there and the little missions where you go and talk With several people lol

  • TheCanadianGoose
    TheCanadianGoose Year ago +3

    YOU GUYS ALWAYS MAKE ME CRY, DAMN IT. I am a new subscriber but the vibes are immaculate. When Amar was saying he was scared of being judged man ugh that hurt so bad! No one should feel that way. So glad everyone is hospitable and welcoming.

  • Jun Tipid
    Jun Tipid Year ago +10

    Man whenever, I see a fun video with traveling involved right before the pandemic, I die a little inside.

  • Louis
    Louis 7 months ago +2

    This will forever be the best YesTheory video! The memories watching this

  • Prison Mike
    Prison Mike 2 years ago +7516

    you know it’s a small town when they say “what about james” and they all instantly know who they were taking about

    • bethany emberson
      bethany emberson 2 years ago

      @Prison Mike come on there's like 4 james' I'm sure the right one will show up if you look long enough 😂😂

    • amara clair
      amara clair 2 years ago

      I actually visited a small town somewhere in Colorado and everyone knew each other there was this one moment where the lady across the street yelled to the man running the old doll shop and told him : Whats up grandpa Bob?! And I laughed my ass of because every other shop owner came out of there buildings and had a conversation it was beautiful 😂❤

    • Jonny McGrath
      Jonny McGrath 2 years ago

      Don’t drop the soap Prison Mike

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      Bmkfish 2 years ago +2


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  • Ken Jannelli
    Ken Jannelli 6 months ago +1

    There are some kind hearted and hearty hard working people all across this country, especially in rural areas.

  • DW
    DW 4 months ago

    I love you guys. Your videos always put a smile on my face. You have great hearts and dispositions. I wish more young adults had your attitudes and boldness. Keep it up and stay true to yourselves. IT’s people like you that make America great.

  • Shelby
    Shelby 10 months ago +2

    I live in one of those small towns and watching this really reminds me why I am who I am and why I love where I'm from. My home. You have no idea what you did for that tiny town by bringing your shenanigans and RECIPROCATING all the love they shared with you. What awesome people you guys are. Not to mention what you've done for me watching this. There aren't enough words but I'm sending you all big fat cyber HUGS. Lol if you ever wanna do this thing again I know just the place! Lots of great local music too ;D

  • W0lF
    W0lF 19 days ago +1

    This is the video that got me to sub to you guys and imho it's still your best one yet! Would love a part 2!

  • egberts
    egberts Year ago +2

    idk if you guys even read comments anymore especially on videos this old but this video is very emotional for me, I fondly remember living in a town this small not far from this and this video makes me yearn for that energy again

  • ChiefsRaysBolts
    ChiefsRaysBolts 3 years ago +3646

    i love how the newspaper guy just rolls up saying he was looking for them and they haven't even been in the town for an hour

    • USAGI
      USAGI 3 years ago +2

      @Wubb333 damn you z o o o mer

    • USAGI
      USAGI 3 years ago +2

      @Wubb333 joe're a functional human being and you should be proud of that

    • Thorst Luda
      Thorst Luda 3 years ago +3

      A good journalist finds a scoop

    • Charles Campugan
      Charles Campugan 3 years ago +3

      @Wubb333 joe mama!

    • Holygiant
      Holygiant 3 years ago +24

      @KrekreDoBusao Small town reporting is super fun, you get to really talk to people and learn their lives. Not a lot of ambition maybe but it's fun

  • Charles Nemon
    Charles Nemon 3 months ago +1

    You can be in the largest city with the largest population and be bored to tears, or… Love your series. I can count the number of videos on a hand and a half that put a smile on my face. I caught myself with a big smile on my face watching this. I’d also like to try the hallucinogenic honey if you have any to spare.

  • Lexi Bathory
    Lexi Bathory 7 months ago

    Funny how this is so exciting for them and I lived in these type of towns majority of my life and couldn't move fast enough

  • American I Am
    American I Am Year ago +1

    I know this is 2 years ago I'm watching this now. But right now there are probably people in that town who are still looking back on that day on that day saying thank you. You guys are amazing I wish one day I had the financial financial way to do the same thing.