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In this age of texting and tweeting, grammar has fallen by the wayside. We've collectively accepted an "if it feels good, do it" approach to written communication. Correcting others' mistakes just makes you look like a snob.
Pay attention in English class, though, because improper punctuation might convey the exact wrong meaning. For example, unnecessary quotation marks look like ironic quotation marks -- which are great for mocking somebody, but not so great when you're advertising "FRESH" bread. Click through for good reminders of why literacy matters...
Every day is a good day to celebrate Melanie Iglesias, but especially today. Fans across the world are sending her birthday wishes via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Vine and other social media. Here are some of her favorites and ours. (That cake above, though? It's from October. Some dude got a Melanie cake for his birthday.)
Between "Guy Code," "Girl Code," and "Guy Court," Andrew Schulz just might be the hardest-working man in show business. And he's found the energy for another new series: "Jobs That Don't Suck," which features guys with careers such as professional pick-up artist, video game tester, snake milker and airplane re-possessor.
The best part: You can win tickets to join the studio audience in New York City. Just head over to this site and put in a request ASAP. There are a bunch of dates, but tickets are limited, so hurry and sign up!
(You must be over 18 and provide your own transportation to NYC. A terrific reason to become a professional airplane re-possessor.)
How is it that 90-year-old billionaires can score with gorgeous models, while guys in our physical primes can't even get a date? Should you apply to business school just for the sake of your sex life? Is money that important to the ladies?
This is absolutely key, if you can show any woman that you're a valuable investment, she will be with you (bang you) even if RIGHT NOW, you're absolutely broke...Women aren't looking for your money, that's not what they want.
If you're broke you can still be ambitious. She will stick by your side knowing that even though you don't have anything right now, your hard work and dedication will pay out in the end. This means that she's sticking with you because you've managed to present yourself as a valuable investment.
However, there's a catch: Ambition can still lead to failure. Click through to find out exactly how long you have to make it to the top...or at least, to make it off your futon.
Your girlfriend knows your face, but how well does she know your voice? That's the question a group of New York comedians try to answer in the below Dumb As A Blog video. Joe Klein, Mike Cannon, Anthony DeVito, Doug Smith, Matt Wayne and Joel Walkowski take turns calling the other guys' chicks and committing lighthearted identity theft.
The experiment starts slow with a couple impersonation fails, but definitely gets funnier as it goes -- especially when they switch out girlfriends for moms at the 4:00 mark (never thought we'd write that phrase).
We've been loving Damien Lemon's comedy web series "D.Lemon in the Morning," and this week he's got a special guest: "Girl Code" cast member Tanisha Long, who's playing a humanitarian with a secret past. Well, a public past. Yeah, she might be a knife-wielding maniac, but who doesn't go through an awkward phase?
Watch the episode below, and then catch Tanisha (and the other "Girl Code" gals) on MTV Tuesdays at 9:30/8:30c.