This past week Post Malone released his latest single “Go Flex,” MTV released some unseen footage of Tupac talking about Donal Trump, and Gosha Rubchinskiy began recruiting models for his SS17 campaign via social media.

Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments from the week, spanning the aforementioned posts and a few others.

Please be sure to keep the funny, interesting and bizarre comments coming, and in the meantime check out this week’s finest below.

#10 commented on: The “Sno Ped” Is the Slickest Snowmobile You’ll Ever See

“You call this slick?! It looks like he’s on an overturned refrigerator.”

Sean Haque

#09 commented on: Why M.I.A.’s Recent Collaboration With H&M Smacks of Hypocrisy

“But all she wanna do is *gun cocks* *bang 3x* *ca-ching* take our money.”

Roemart Tamayo

#08 commented on: Watch Maisie Williams Prank ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans in This Hilarious Clip

“She be flexin cdg tho”

Karim Bouazizi

#07 commented on: Nike Just Dropped a Laser-Perforated Roshe NM Pack

“The Roshe is deader than a legendary, generation-defining musician in 2016. Nike needs to leave it.”

Windy Triller

#06 commented on: Gosha Rubchinskiy Is Looking for Models for His SS17 Campaign 

“First time in my life I can say: “I’m too handsome to model for this brand.””

Com_Truise

#05 commented on: This Futuristic Guitar Lets You Play Your Favorite Songs Almost Instantly

“This is the cross fit of instruments”

Michael Thomas

#04 commented on: Tupac Shakur Warned Us About Donald Trump in This Unseen Clip

“yeah right, you know he recorded this shit last week”

Nick Pagan

#03 commented on: This Nike vs adidas “Synergy Sport” Collection Fuses the Sportswear Rivals

“PUT SOME RESPEK ON THEY NAME MANE STOP PLAYIN”

vanilla ice

#02 commented on: Wavey.

““Asked how many times she rode the wave””

Britt Barton

#01 commented on: Post Malone May Have Another Hit on His Hands With “Go Flex”

“why this dude out here looking like a human testicle”

Chris Mataragas

Brian Farmer is Highsnobiety's Managing Editor and is based in New York City.

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