Home of Rhett & Link fans - the Mythical Beasts!
I basically just stumbled upon these two Mythical guys on YouTube one night about a month ago. I immediately started binge-watching. I shared it with my husband, and he loves these guys (almost) as much as I do! This is something that we can incorporate into our daily routine, and it serves as a time for us to sit down together, not worry about the stresses of life, and just relax and laugh. Thank you, Rhett and Link, for all that you do!
~Tammy & Robert Tanksley from Hanceville, AL~
awwwww. you're welcome!
I'm pretty sure that I was watching a YouTuber's React vid (FineBro's) a couple of years ago and I thought their reactions were so interesting that I looked them up. I've never looked back since!
I was on youtube one day and i saw a cool looking video and I clicked on it and oh my god. Best decision I ever made. I have been watching the show every day for years now and just found this site!
A friend showed me them.
How funny is it that as soon as I began to type this, my nephew called to let me know he now is hooked on GMM thanks to my suggestion to watch it last week?! That's literally just happened!
Anyways, my BFF gave me the suggestion to watch it since her and her kids love it. She sent me a link to one of their music videos (about the shark? I honestly can't remember). At that time, which was over a year ago, I didn't know they had the main talk show, the rhett & link channel, and the GMM more. I didn't pay much attention at the time. Fast forward to last month when we were all hanging out and they showed the "First Comment" music video. I thought it was oddly funny, and the next morning when I was half groggy before coffee, I decided to cast the channel on the roku and watched the "will it" challenges. One of the first challenges I watched was the "Will It Pizza?" challenge.
It's been GMM madness ever since. My kid loves it, I love it, my mom likes it, and my nephew digs it.
It's safe to say that they're incredibly addictive in a fun, good way.
i was watching Matthew Santoro's 50 amazing facts to blow your mind #10 and i developed a love for the guests (Rhett and Link) all i remember is that this is how i discovered them i also know my first ever gmm episode was "5 unexpected things that can kill you". i Don't know when exactly I watched it for the first time, think it was around march, 2015. i have since seen the first ever Rhett and link video and the majority of their videos
I honestly couldn't tell you. I've known OF them for ages, but in terms of actively watching...I have this thing where it will take me a while to get into certain things and it has to be an internal urge, even if lots of people are telling me I'd like it. Like star alignment. When the stars align for something, I dive in headfirst. So that's what happened. :)
My friend Sara showed me an episode, and I remember watching gmm that whole day. Not sure of the date, but I think it was in August.
I was looking on YouTube for a motivational speech Will Smith did a while back, and I accidentally typed in the age old question "Will it" instead of Will Smith, because my keyboard had several sticky keys that I apparently didn't click hard enough. Sure enough, "Will It Cookie?" was the first thing that popped up, and I clicked on it, wondering what it meant for someone or something to cookie. Apparently haggis doesn't cookie, but Rhett's inspiring Scottish accent and Link's irresistibly precious retching had me hooked. I have watched every day since then, and I use Link's Peculiarly Perfect Peanut Butter Peppermint Lip Balm on a daily basis. Internetain on, gentlemen!
Love you guys,