F-bombs away! MTV's censors had their work cut out for them when Mark Wahlberg took the stage at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 13, to accept the Generation Award from his Entourage pals Adrian Grenier, Jerry Ferrara, and Kevin Dillon. After watching a brief highlight reel of clips from his career, the Ted actor, 42, launched into a profanity-laden speech about what the award meant to him.

"I know what this really means. Many people have gotten this award before...Jim Carrey, Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, many others," he began. "And you know what they all have in common? None of them are invited back. They're all f---ing old." 

"This is the 'you're too f---ing old to come back' award. This is not the 'Channing Tatum, cool, you're dancing around, chicks want you' award," he continued, referring to Tatum's Trailblazer Award earlier in the night. "This is 'you're f---ing done.' But you know what? It was a great run." 

The artist formally known as Marky Mark went on to rhapsodize about his past accomplishments -- from his "one-hit rap career" and "underwear model career" to Ted 2, Entourage, and Transformers. He also acknowledged his wife, former Victoria's Secret model Rhea Durham. "I don't know how the f--k that happened," he quipped of their marriage.

Watch his full speech above!