This past week we took a look at the world’s first permanent ice hotel, Japan unveiled plans to build a spa-themed amusement park, and J. Cole released a surprise documentary and announced the release of his new album 4 Your Eyez Only.

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.

Please keep in mind these comments are taken strictly as jokes

#10 commented on: This Is the World’s First Permanent Ice Hotel

Netflix and chill, literally

Shay M Siddiqui

#09 commented on: OFF-WHITE’s Now Iconic “Industrial Belt” Is out in a New White Version

Pass. I can get a 3 pack at Home Depot for 15 bucks.

Ian Maynard

#08 commented on: Hender Scheme Expands Into Crazy Hybrid Shoes & Next-Level Outerwear for FW16

These are by far the finest bootleg versions of sneakers ive ever seen

Jiovani Loncarevic

#07 commented on: adidas Is Dropping the EQT Support ADV in a New “White/Black” Colorway This Weekend

Another CAN’T cop from adidas.

Rob Swierczek

#06 commented on: Japan Wants to Build a Spa-Themed Amusement Park

It will be called “KonichiSpa”

Samantha V

#05 commented on: The 21 Best Sneakers Releasing This Weekend & Where to Buy Them

Fantastic Boosts and Where to Find Them

Nick Rout

#04 commented on: Apple’s Latest iOS Update Is Reportedly Killing Battery Life

Not even the iPhone is gonna survive 2016.


#03 commented on: Anti Social Social Club & Dover Street Market Join for Exclusive “Foreshadow” Capsule

Anti shipping shipping Club

Dizzy Dizzy

#02 commented on: J. Cole Is Releasing a New Album Titled ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ Next Week

Ain’t no damn features cause we going Tripple Platinum in this bitch without features.

Nurul Haqq Antar

#01 commented on: When you beg her to call you at half past 6 and half past 7, too.

that awkward moment when your ex keeps showing up at your job :/

Fatmata Kanu

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

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