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Vanilla sex is like vanilla ice cream: it'll hold you over, but you'd rather add some crazy ingredients. Problem is, you don't want to make your lady feel self-conscious about getting kinky. First off, never use the phrase "let's spice things up," or else she'll feel like guacamole. Secondly, you've gotta be careful about the size of your lingerie purchases.
As for edible underwear...well, just take Jon Gabrus's word for it in this clip from the next episode of "Guy Code," which airs Tuesday at 11/10c on MTV2.
If you ever visit England, you'll be tempted to distract those guards in stupid hats who are supposed to keep a straight face at all times. They probably won't react to your douchebaggery...but never test your luck with a street performer.
In this video from Australia, a guy in a purple shirt harasses a silent cowboy who's trying to entertain a crowd. He did entertain the crowd, but not in the way that the heckler expected.
Our favorite YouTube comment: "As a street performer... I understand where that punch came from very strongly. Some people will treat you as an object and a few feel entitled to do whatever they would do to a lamp post. If you've ever worked in customer service or serving you'll recognise this." In other words: Don't be a dick. And don't wear purple.
Although she received some boos from the crowd, Daughtry also got some praise for her technique when fielding the grounder. The announcer called it a "pretty clean play," and Rays manager Joe Maddon said that "she presented her hands to the ball very well...the overall package was very, um, efficient."
If Hollywood decides to do a remake of "A League Of Their Own," they should definitely get in touch with Daughtry. Here's the video:
Tonight's "Guy Code" taught you how to deal with pain-in-the-ass friends, how to conquer fear and even how to treat your mom. But as always, there's more to learn!
In these clips from the "Cutting Room Floor," you'll get the Code to impressing your girlfriend's gal pals, humiliating a buddy engaged in PDA and screaming in terror like a man... well, screaming in terror hilariously like Donnell Rawlings, anyway.
Sometimes a friend invites you to hang out, which sounds awesome, but when you show up--expecting a crazy night--he's brought his girlfriend along...and now you've gotta be on your best behavior. Nobody enjoys third wheel status, but it happens to all of us.
Fortunately, in this clip from tonight's "Guy Code," Dan Soder's got some advice on how to handle the awkward situation--and get out of it ASAP for some actual fun.
Actually, that headline should just read "Andrew Schulz Goes Skydiving," 'cause Damien Lemon's fear of heights got the best of him. We brought you the sneak peek earlier, and here's the whole chronicle of Schulz putting his life in another man's hands...and between another man's legs. (Is Damien jealous? Hell, no! "This guy's a goddamn fool.")
It's OK to have an irrational fear, as long as you try to conquer it. For example, if you're scared of bees, go to an apiary. (It's a honey farm, not an ape farm.) Or if you're scared of heights, jump out of a plane 13,000 feet up and pray that your parachute opens.
That's exactly what altitude-phobic Andrew Schulz and Damien Lemon do on tonight's episode of "Guy Code." Watch the preview clip below, then tune in for the full episode at 11/10c on MTV2 to see whether they stick the landing.
Spring break is right around the corner, which means that guys everywhere are getting ready for the beach. (Specifically, for the amazing parties and hot chicks at the beach.) At least, that's the plan...but spring break has a way of unraveling even the most well-conceived plans.
Between too much sun, too much beer, cruel pranks and creepy old dudes, weird times are guaranteed. Comedians Ray Devito and Jon Savoy have scoured the Internet to find the worst spring break moments ever. Watch the video, then reconsider your vacation.
If you guys are ready for some next-level s**t, this week's "Guy Code" is going to deliver. Dealing with your girlfriend's friends can be a very tricky venture. Most guys just try to be polite and keep their heads down, which is smart, but also very basic.
You can use your time with her friends to improve your relationship. All you have to do is ask her friends questions that are also indirect compliments to your girlfriend. Questions like, "How great is she?" For more on this deceptively genius strategy, take a look at this sneak peek video from Tuesday night's new show, which airs at 11/10c on MTV2.
The best part about a bachelor party is that you can have more than one of 'em. Well, Swizz Beatz's second one was on the French island of Corsica. In this clip from Tuesday's "Guy Code," he recounts the tale: speedboat, Billionaires Club, champagne Super Soakers...our weekend of Netflix doesn't seem quite so exciting now.