There's no possible combination of words that could describe my utter and complete disappointment with today's youth. MTV is there to personify that disappointment in an easy-to-digest television format.

Everyone in this thread is a filthy liar.

The answer eternally is: yeah.

Run for the hills, some forsaken soul has dared to piss off "dragonlord742!"

There was a kid back in elementary school who acted like he was rich. I didn't have any reason to doubt him until the first time I went to his house and met his dad, who was on the couch watching The People's Court and drinking out of a Chef Boyardee can.

Honestly, I have no recollection of MTV before the Backstreet Boys.

They need to bring back that "Puttin' on the Ritz" guy, he was cool as hell.

Taco was his name. Remember? He looked a little like Tim Curry might look after a car accident.

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