Welcome to GUY CODE, the official blog of MTV2's "Guy Code" series and your online destination for all things dude, including—but not limited to—irreverent commentary on sports, hip-hop and ladies. Stay awhile and flex your manhood.
Earlier this year, "Guy Code" released its first e-book, "Unleash Your Manhood," the account of one man's journey from a shivering loser to a shimmering winner after becoming illuminated by The Code. It featured key quotes and vital lessons from the stars of the show, plus quizzes to chart your own progress through full implementation.
Not everybody owns a tablet or e-reader, so -- due to popular demand -- MTV Books has just released a print edition of "Unleash Your Manhood," exclusively available at Urban Outfitters ($14.99) in order to spread The Code far and wide. You'll laugh, you'll cry (from laughing so hard) and, most importantly, you'll learn.
Last season, "Guy Code" firmly established that being a geek is manly now. Sure, in previous eras, loving superheroes and sci-fi made you a loser -- but these days nerds have all the money, and chicks expect you to pick a favorite "Star Trek" captain.
The one-hour special, which also features musical performances and special celebrity guests, airs on MTV and MTV2 July 21st at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. (If you're gonna be at Comic-Con, swing by the "Party in the Park" on July 18th for the live event.)
Now, put down that seduction handbook and pick up a Klingon dictionary.
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.)
Usually we post Jon Gabrus's most Guy Code moment from "Game of Thrones" each Monday. We're a day late this week because Jon's brain overloaded and shut down after watching Sunday's final scenes. Actually, that's a lie. Gabrus was busy traveling (and drinking airport beers), so it took him a while to find a quiet place to record. He has read the entire series of "A Song Of Ice And Fire" books, so he knew "Winter Was Coming" again for the Stark family. The rest of you may have crapped your pants. And that's OK.
Obviously, Lord Walder Frey and Roose Bolton were this week's biggest breakers of Guy Code, but which moment best encapsulates Guy Code? Watch the video and find out.
We've been picking up tons of valuable info from "Girl Code," and we can't wait for Code-breakers to face justice on "Guy Court." But our first love is obviously "Guy Code" itself. Which is why we're as excited as Lil Duval, above, to announce that the show is returning for a fourth season.
Yeah, it's gonna be a tough wait...but to make it easier, Lil Duval will host a new MTV2 show, "Ain't That America," premiering on Tuesday, July 9 at 11:30 p.m. It'll explore America's cultural traditions and pastimes, including birthdays, barbecues, holidays, sports, food, fitness and more through outrageous viral videos. Here's a sneak peek:
So, go outside and enjoy the sunshine. 'Cause pretty soon, there won't be any reason to step away from your television for a long, long, long-ass time.
There are a lot of social problems out there, from joblessness to broken families, and solutions can often feel beyond reach. But on this week's episode of "D.Lemon in the Morning," the new web series from "Guy Code" cast member Damien Lemon, it's revealed that a miracle cure exists for all of society's troubles: shea butter.
Well, that's according to one quack doctor with an ulterior motive, but it makes for some entertaining radio...and video. Watch it below:
Alesha Renee did two seasons of "Guy Code" before moving on to the pinker pastures of "Girl Code." We missed her take in season three, so we caught her during a shoot and asked her some of your questions from Twitter and Facebook.
Want to know how to pick up girls at the gym? How about whether women ever respond to cat calls? And have you ever thought about what Tourettes Syndrome code would be? Alesha breaks this all down and more in the following video.
Our boy Damien Lemon is starring in a new web series called "D.Lemon in the Morning." He plays a morning radio DJ, who coincidentally has the same name. His show is ranked fourth in the city and it could get to number one, but Lemon is going to have a tough time making that happen with two co-hosts who might land them all in jail and listeners who might also land his ass in jail. The first episode is funny as hell and we look forward to watching more.
We don't know much about Dutch dance and electro house music, but after watching this video, we're going start studying up. THUMP, the new electronic music and culture channel from VICE, has just released a new video of Melanie Iglesias seduced by a raver's glowing fingers as the Dutch electro house banger "Buzzcut" from the DJ duo Bingo Players plays in the background. There really aren't words for it, other than an open-mouthed, "Wow."
"Girl Code" discusses masturbation tonight, so we're jumping in.
Even a celibate monk could come up with a laundry list of terms for male masturbation. But even though females masturbate too (though, surely not as much as us), oddly there are very few mainstream slang terms for this glorious act. Let's change that, guys, and let girls know it's perfectly fine if they...
1. Diddle yourself
Amongst a sea of crass terms for the act, this is the most pleasant. Why, it almost sounds like something your grandma would've said back when she was young diddler! Read More...