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Over the weekend "Guy Code" hit a pretty incredible milestone: 100,000 Twitter followers. Not to get all emotional, but we're honored that we mean so much to so many. And so is Melanie Iglesias, who recorded a quick video to thank y'all...and to mark another milestone: Tonight's "Guy Code" season finale at 11/10c on MTV2.
When you're a kid, your dad is the coolest guy in the world. When you're a teenager, he's a cruel power-hungry dictator. And when you're an adult, he's you whenever you look in the mirror.
On tonight's season finale of "Guy Code," the cast reflects on the most important guy in your life: the one whose balls you swam out of. Play the clip below and then watch the full episode at 11/10c on MTV2.
The season finale of "Guy Code" is almost here. We hate to see it go away for awhile, but that's only because we love it so much. What is love though?
That's the question the gang tries to answer next week. Is it love when you still want to talk to a girl after sex? Is it when you want to make babies together? Or maybe it's just when you feel as passionately about her as you do about "Guy Code" itself?
Whatever the answer, play the clip below and then watch the full episode Tuesday at 11/10c on MTV2.
You could spend Saturday night listening to electronic dance music at some overcrowded club that costs half your paycheck to enter...but we're gonna spend it watching Melanie Iglesias from "Guy Code" host the EDM special "Clubland" at 10/9c on MTV2.
You know how Bill Gates is willing to grant $1 million to anyone to come up with a better condom design? Here's five examples that definitely will not see that money. (Not including bacon-flavored ones.)
If you want to make your name in the rap world, you've gotta make powerful friends...or conversely, you've gotta make powerful enemies. Our (powerful) friends at BroBible break the latter approach down:
1. Start Beef With A Rapper Worse, Yet More Established, Than You
You've got nothing to gain by picking on an artist that YOU even know is better. Notice an established rapper who sucks, release a song pointing out the sucking, and $$$.
2. Dig Up Dirt
This is CRUCIAL. You're going to want to hit 'em where it hurts. Bring up some previously unknown fact from the past. Eazy-E is your guide here: He rapped that Dr. Dre used to wear mascara with the World Class Wreckin' Crew. Mascara!
3. Bring Up The Women At Your Own Peril
Most brutal thing you can do. Everyone remembers how "Hit 'Em Up" began. Things, uh, escalated from there.
Like the tuxedo, the leather jacket never goes out of style. It can be dressed up with tortoise shell frames or down with a bloody undershirt. It's been famously worn by musicians, athletes, cowboys, young soldiers in love, Arctic explorers, Newsies, bookies, hit men, stunt men, Indiana Jones, James Dean, Luke Perry, mobsters, evil masterminds, literary misfits, brawlers with hairy knuckles, fat cats with cigars, the Planet Hollywood crew, Wu-Tang, Vegas snakes and various Tarantino lowlifes.
In its honor, here's five leather jackets from pop-culture to dust off and wear tomorrow.