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As guys, we pride ourselves on holding nothing back. If we have a funny thought, why shouldn't it come out of our mouths? And wouldn't that "I Have A.D.D. (A Delicious D*ck)" T-shirt be a total hit at the party? The thing is, while your boys respect your utter lack of tact, you've gotta tone it down a notch around ladies. A little honesty goes a long way, so check out a couple dozen ridiculous pics of dudes who could use a lesson in subtlety...
The NBA season starts tomorrow. We're excited. We've spent most of the last week playing "NBA 2K14" and searching the Internet for fantasy basketball insider tips. This weekend, we stumbled upon a cool deal for NBA fans. If you buy a new adidas Stacked jersey at Champs Sports, you get coupon code for 2,000 "NBA 2K14" Virtual Currency points and a coupon for $10 off "NBA 2K14" at GameStop (in case you don't already own it or want to buy it for a Hanukkah gift).
That's a good deal. Especially if you still haven't bought a jersey to wear this season (D-Rose fans -- you know you wanna commemorate his comeback). The Stacked jerseys blend black and camouflage in with the teams' colors. It won't make you blend into the surroundings during a pickup game (we've tried), but it does look fly. And the extra Virtual Currency is nice to have, especially if you're building a monster new My Player in Career Mode.
MTV's "BroFest Weekend" is almost here, and it's a perfect occasion to appreciate the most important bro in your life: Dad. As "Guy Code" explained last season, your old man gave up a lot to raise you -- not just money, but his own awesome youth.
Somewhere inside that sagging, middle-aged body, though, his former self still lurks, just waiting to return in a burst of midlife-crisis glory. Which is exactly what's gonna happen when you sit him down on the couch for some quality bonding over "True Life: My Dad Is A Bro," the new MTV special based on the hit book from our pals at BroBible. He brought you into the world, and he can sure as hell take you out in beer pong. Here's a preview:
Check out more hard-partying dad pics below, then tune into MTV on Saturday at 3/2c.
Who knew that something called the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper would be so spicy?
In this episode of "Why Would You Eat That? Challenge," Ron Babcock and Michael Truly challenge two of their comedian friends, Chris Fairbanks and Jordan Morris, to eat the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper. To give you some idea of how spicy this pepper is, jalapeno peppers measure about 8,000 Scoville Units (the official unit of spiciness) whereas the scorpion pepper measures around 2,000,000. That's about as much as pepper spray.
Because Babcock and Truly are nice guys, they gave Fairbanks and Morris access to a treasure chest full of yogurt, water and other treats that can counteract the pepper's effects. The only problem is that the treasure chest is locked, and Fairbanks and Morris need to find the right key to open it. There's something incredibly funny about watching two grown men scream for Greek yogurt.
In "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa," now in theaters, Johnny Knoxville travels cross-country in costume as 86-year-old Irving Zisman, pranking whippersnappers and causing mayhem. Most grandfathers aren't as demented as Irving, of course, and your grampy is an invaluable source of Guy Code wisdom. He's been around a long time and picked up a lot of hard-learned lessons, so listen close and heed your elder. Here are the most memorable one-liners that Guy Code Bloggers and our Twitter followers heard from our pop-pops...
For some reason it's socially unacceptable to leave pizza or burgers rotting for weeks on your porch, but "festive" when it comes to pumpkins, as long as you decoratively carve them. After hauling that massive gourd home from the grocery store, though, do you really have the energy to make it look as impressive as Michelangelo's David? No, and that's why you want the laziest option possible, just like with everything else in your life.
Well, GIF Code is here with some truly effortless ideas, because figuring out what you'll be for Halloween -- never mind your jack-o'-lantern -- already requires too much effort.
From "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" to the morning show that our moms watched for decades, Regis Philbin is a broadcasting legend. Nobody is denying that. However, he might -- just might -- be a Guy Code violator, because he claims to root for the Yankees, the Pirates, the Dodgers and the Red Sox. To determine whether he's guilty of bandwagon-hopping, Damien Lemon and Chris Distefano -- in their finest "Guy Court" lawyer attire -- showed up on Fox Sports 1's "Crowd Goes Wild" to put Regis on trial.
"I'm not even a big sports fan," Damien said after presenting the damning evidence. "But until today I was a huge Regis fan!"
Watch the clip below to find out whether or not the audience voted to convict, and be sure to check out "Guy Court" when it premieres Wednesday, November 6th on MTV2.