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Anguish knows no nationality. Humor, maybe. Despite the fact that probably all of the Olympic weightlifters in this gallery could kick our asses, we're going to laugh at their pained expressions anyway. But there's an important lesson here too: It appears that by rule, guys who want be power lifters must have a crazy weightlifting expression. For most, it's the agony of lifting an impossible amount of the weight in the air. Sometimes, lifters smirk. That's not funny, though. Now laugh at all the goofy faces.
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Here's everything you probably know about beach volleyball: It's volleyball, it's played on the beach, it involves attractive women. It's true and all relevant, but not all that matters. There's one more thing you should know about the sport and it's this: Teammates regularly signal to one another behind their backs and photographers regularly take pictures of those signals. Finding out what the signals mean would involve learning far more about the sport than we care to know. That won't stop us from admiring them though. Just look at those knuckles. Amazing stuff.
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MTV's groundbreaking '90s show "House Of Style" is about to be back in a big way, thanks to our pals at MTV Style. Why should you care? Supermodels, that's why.
Before the series, the closest thing to "bringing fashion to the masses" was telling them all to go fight over the clearance rack at Marshall's. This may not matter for you, but it mattered to the girls you were staring at. And the show also brought supermodels into the mainstream. Sure, supermodels had been around since the '80s, but it wasn't until Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and other mega-babes graced the MTV screen that we saw their normal side, allowing us to delude ourselves into thinking we could nab one someday.
In those days, there was no Internet, so where else could we get behind-the-scenes footage of a Cindy Crawford calendar shoot? Well now, it's come full circle. The "House Of Style" collection has a huge archive of old footage online, and you can watch stuff like that Cindy shoot, just like in the old days when you had to quickly change the channel when your parents walked in.
To honor the archive's launch, here are seven HOF "HOS" babes that made us men. Read More...
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The lovely Demi Lovato hosted the Teen Choice Awards last night, but she didn't make her biggest impression on stage. On the red carpet before the show, the former Disney star rocked some major side-boob, and if there's anything we love around here, it's major side-boobage. Some people are up in arms that the 19-year-old would wear something so racy in front of all these impressionable young'uns. We'd say: she set a wonderful example for all the teens in attendance who would one day be adults making their own wardrobe decisions, showing them the stark truths about adulthood, about how you have to put yourself out there, and degrade and debase yourself to get what you want. By introducing several young people the side-boob concept, she helped ensure that one day, one glorious day, we will reach that ultimate dream society in which side-boob reigns and poverty is on the wane but mainly side-boob reigns. Thank you for doing your part, Demi. We will honor you with photos below.
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The London Olympics are right around the corner, and in addition to giving you an excuse to paint your face with Old Glory as you watch Bob Costas wax poetic on adversity and courage and triumph, it's also one of the few times in life where you are encouraged-- nay, OBLIGATED --to ogle babes who are wearing nothing but spandex.
But how will you focus on the right athletes with so many to choose from? We're here to help. Throughout the Summer Games we'll be doing a regular feature called Gold Medal Babes. We'll pick a sport, and list the chicks that you should be watching in that sport. And then we'll poll you, the valuable reader, to see who you think is the hottest. The top three vote-getters will receive Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. (Note: These are Internet medals, and thus only exist in the abstract sense and the women will not be receiving any tangible reward. Sorry, babes. Take it up with corporate!)
So ahead of the games, here are some of the favorites.
Meet Michelle Jenneke, a 19-year-old hurdler from Australia. Her spunky little dance before a race the other day pretty much made the Internet uhsplode. It's great in GIF form, but you really should watch the full video. Is she good at the sport? It would appear that she is, not that it matters for the medals we're handing out.
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Meet comedian Jon Daly, on the left. His name is one letter off from infamous pro golfer John Daly, on the right. The comedian has launched the Jo(h)n Daly Project (a.k.a. Jon Daly is John Daly), which basically aims to flood Google Images with photos of Jon Daly (comedian) when you search for John Daly (golfer). Still with us? OK, good. This is known as a Google Bomb. Previous victims of such internet trickery include Rick Santorum and ESPN's Craig James. It is always funny. But this one takes the practice to another level by going the image route.
Why is Jon Daly doing this? Because it is slightly insane and completely rad, just like John Daly. (Here's the longer explanation.) And we want to help. All you have to do is go to his site and Like or Tweet or otherwise share the photos he's uploaded of himself as John Daly. Or you can Photoshop your own and send them around.
We can't just tell you to help spread the photos like wildfire without chipping in ourselves, so we're sharing some of our favorite "John Daly" photos below.
To be a pitcher in Major League Baseball, you must master the fist-pump. Not necessarily the "Jersey Shore" brand of fist-pumping, or the Tiger Woods uppercut style fist-pump, but a firm fist to let everyone know that you're damn glad to get that batter out. Some pitchers pair fist-pumps with yelling or gyrations, others do it modestly. With great pleasure, we've explored some of the distinguished fist-pumps in the game and present them to you after the jump.
San Diego Comic Con 2012 was a mega block party with thousands of comic book, movie and video game nerds, as well as everyday people, gathering to dress up like it's Halloween. New movies were announced, panels were had, video games were played and pictures were taken. You've seen the coverage. But what about those things you don't see? You know, like the man dressed up like a tree that scared the wits out of people outside of the Gamestop bar? Or how about the homeless man that played a guitar with broken strings and called everyone flesh-eating demons? While everyone else was busy telling you about the new season of "The Walking Dead," Guy Code Blog ran the streets to capture some of the more unique moments at Comic Con and party!
At San Diego Comic Con 2012, there were some truly awesome moments in cosplay. Unfortunately, not every effort is great. For every ridiculously detailed Master Chief costume, you have some ill-advised choices that either look horrible or simply are horrible. For example, the Un-Incredible Hulk above. You know that Comic Con is coming up, why not start lifting a few weights beforehand? However, you have to hand it to these people for at least failing with some style and humor. These are our six favorite cosplay fails from this year's Con.
Luchador With A Shake Weight?
Now that San Diego Comic Con 2012 has come and gone, we've had a minute to rummage through the numerous photos we took thanks to Sony's NEX F3 camera that they sent over to document the journey. While the good folks at MTV Geek kept you up on all of your favorite comic books, movies, TV shows and video games, we at the Guy Code Blog are simply a bunch of horn dogs that can't get enough of chicks celebrating Halloween in July. With that being said, here are some of Comic Con's hottest cosplay babes.
Real Strippers Or Cosplay Strippers? We Don't Care!