Produced By Cameron McKirdy
Survival Bros gets 26 different free samples in his local Costco shopping center on HD video. This total number doesn’t reflect when Cam swooped up multiple trial bites of the same item. You’re allowed to take more than one, as long as it’s on the tray. All of this complementary grub made a full meal, but he is still hungry. Cam didn’t even purchase any stuff, and doesn’t have a Costco membership card. Get access with a Costco Gift Card, then sample up, or buy an inexpensive meal at the food court deli.
Try going at the end of the day for extra samples. They are trying to get rid of the products before closing time. What’s your favorite line from this production? Leave a comment. You can also subscribe at the top left to get free articles delivered to your email inbox. Survival Bros doesn’t Spam, but we do store it just in case. Mmmmm. More crazy adventures coming on this blog. Cheers.
Free Food Samples List:
1. Cinnamon Rolls x 2
2. Meat Balls with Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
3. Buffalo Bites with Blue Cheese Dressing
4. Unknown Baked Roll
6. Doritos Chips
7. Juice x 2
8. Kielbasa Road Show Beef x 3
9. Flavored Water x 3
10. Pretzels with Cream Cheese Spread
11. Chicken Salad
12. Guacamole on Pita Bread
13. Digestive Health Gummies
14. Airborne Immune Supplements
15. Whey Protein Drink
16. Lentils and Rice
17. Dave’s Killer Bread Cheese Sandwich
18. Cherry Almond Cereal
19. Veggie Patties
20. Organic Pot Stickers
21. Mini Tacos
22. Egg Rolls
23. Hot Sriracha Chicken Bites
24. Soy Milk
25. Trail Mix
Filmed by Cameron McKirdy for FUN!
Look at the freaky half-man, half-reptile oddity…..Jake The Alligator Man on display in HD video. Filmed in Long Beach, Washington at Marsh’s Free Museum. It’s a wonderful tourist trap. I viewed all of the oddities, and purchased some incense. Don’t forget to visit them, and ask for your free sea shell. It’s a gift for showing up. Please subscribe to this blog by entering your email address, like the post for a brother, and comment if you’re a friend of Jake. Do you think HE’S real? Could he be the missing link, or a crazy hoax for the tabloid newspapers?
Here’s the classic bumper sticker I have on my VW Van:
By Cameron McKirdy
Survival Bros sleeps in a 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon GL, down by the Columbia River for free. There’s a row of RV parking near the Safeway gas station in Astoria, OR. It’s an ideal place for travelers to crash without having to drop big bucks on a hotel. This location is something for car campers to consider when visiting Clatsop County. There’s not many spots where you can camp overnight within city limits, since being homeless is a (victimless) crime. Find out if the Army of sea lions drove me crazy from all the noise. More van dwelling videos, and tips on our emergency preparedness blog http://www.survivalbros.com
My recreation vehicle parked next to other gypsies resting at Safeway in Astoria, OR
By Cameron McKirdy
I’m a fan of Voodoo Doughnut in Portland, Oregon, but this eating challenge was plain gross. My enormous glazed grub equaling 6 regulars, was raw dough on the inside. They didn’t fry it long enough. So, I slowed up, and let my brother Andrew win the Tex-Ass Challenge, which must be completed in under 80 seconds. Props to this professional competitive eater. It just wasn’t worth it for me, but I did get another holy dessert for free, and my bro got his money back. I’ve since completed the eating contest, and won a free button. Both McKirdy Bros also got the honor of signing the wall of celebrity guests. We were the only brothers both ranked in the top 50 with Major League Eating. Yes, that’s a real sporting organization. If you visit one of Voodoo’s three locations in the USA, make sure to give it a go, and let me know how it went. More intense eating videos being released soon. Eat all you can.
Listen to me spit a new radio spot for a local convenience store located in Seaside on the Oregon Coast. I’ve produced around 150 jingles in the past few years. I have several fun voices I play with depending on the subject matter. Plus, I write all the ads, and since they are for local companies I have seen them get results. Call the number below if you want me to be ON AIR for your business. I also create short videos commercials that can showcase your company. They are shared on social media like Facebook and Twitter, and get placed on websites to get more traffic into shops. I’m available now. My phone number is 503-470-0304. Don’t hesitate to call for a free quote on any project. I am looking to film weddings, and other events too. Thanks for visiting my blog.
On my radio show “The Train Wreck”