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In 2006, four friends from Canada gave this question some serious thought. Oprah wants to visit the Egyptian pyramids and become a teacher. Kenny Chesney wanted to take his grandma on her first airplane ride.
Then, they set out in a beat-up purple bus—affectionately called "Penelope"—and began crossing things off the list, one dream at a time. "We just kind of felt restless, like we wanted to do something," Ben says. and hit the road for two weeks one summer and started filming." Number 53 on their list was "make a TV show," so when MTV came calling, these 20-something friends became the stars of their own reality show, The Buried Life.
During Season 1, cameras followed along as they crisscrossed the country and completed outrageous feats.
In Dallas, Ben gave a toast at a stranger's wedding, and in Los Angeles, they entered a dance contest.
Then, Duncan accomplished number 18 by telling a joke on late-night TV.
In Memphis, they even found a woman who was willing to help them cross off number 74—help deliver a baby!
'My colourist Johnny Ramirez and I have been having a lot of fun with my hair lately experimenting with different shades of red,' Whitney wrote on her website, alongside the pictures of her new colour.Number 59 on the Buried Life list is "ask out the girl of your dreams".So, the guys try to crash a red carpet and get Ben a date with Megan Fox.Meanwhile, the guys help a young girl get over her fear of heights."Harvard is a great place because you have a lot of smart, ambitious people you can learn from, work with, and sleep with," said Jonnie Penn, one of four members of the project and MTV show "The Buried Life." In an event organized by the UC, the group spoke to a nearly full audience at HLS on Thursday.Embodying a refreshing blend of bro humor and antics coupled with the deeper pursuit to spread an empowering message, the boys discussed their New York Times bestselling book, good deeds, and breaking into the Playboy Mansion dressed as Oompa Loompas."The Buried Life" is centered on a bucket list of 100 things the group has collectively compiled—from being a knight for a day to asking out Taylor Swift.In every episode of the show, as they tackle one of their goals, they help someone else take on a dream of their own.The crack team behind the project is made up of Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, and brothers Duncan and Jonnie Penn, hailing from Victoria, British Columbia.Their entire journey ultimately aims to ask and answer the weighty question, "What would you do before you die?" Handsome, charming, and down-to-earth, the guys kept the audience laughing about adventures getting trapped in a wetsuit, riding a bull, and running Ebay for a day.