With another turbulent week behind us, we present some outtakes from Ronnie Fieg’s latest footwear collaboration in association with Filling Pieces, James Harden’s continued project with adidas, and a few more reasons why having kids could justify cops from brands such as BAPE.

Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments, spanning the aforementioned posts and a few others. 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 meant to be taken as jokes and are only highlighted for the comedic effect they offer.

#10 commented on: You Can Now Buy Official Fyre Festival Merch on eBay

If I wanted to wear the symbol of a failure, I'd just make a T-shirt with my picture on it.

<strong>Lorenzo Salamone</strong>

#09 commented on: These Taiwanese Popsicles Are Highlighting the Problem of Water Pollution

A pair of Undefeated 4s and I'll eat both.

<strong>Darius Clerides</strong>

#08 commented on: Here are 10 of the Best “Ugly” Sneakers to Shop Right Now

If I want to see ugly sneakers, I just checkout Nike's upcoming releases.

<strong>Tom Erik Sannerhaugen</strong>

#07 commented on: Cole Haan x Nike x Tom Sachs Mission Control Shoes Can Be Yours for $2,250

Perfect if you're an Albanian "street-styler" that combines dress shoes with adidas sweatpants.

<strong>Alan Borna Cekić</strong>

#06 commented on: JAY-Z Brings Back the Hyphen in His Name

Put some respek on that hyphen.

<strong>Garrett Colón</strong>

#05 commented on: Ronnie Fieg’s Next Filling Pieces Collaboration Is a Sandal-Sneaker Hybrid

Hell nah them hoes look like sum orthopedic Huaraches lol.

<strong>Gabriel Luna</strong>

#04 commented on: adidas & James Harden Officially Unveil the Harden LS

Under that big beard is a face that screams, "please let these have some resell value."

<strong>Marcello Locandro</strong>

#03 commented on: BAPE Debuts ABC Camo Baby Stroller for Streetwear Moms & Dadse

I need a baby mumma so I can justify this purchase lmao.

<strong>Dion Cracknell Bathsheba</strong>

#02 commented on: Two More Designers Have Called out Gucci for Plagiarism

So Guccification is the process of rich people taking over the assets of poorer people, raising their cost and then reselling them?

What's the difference between Guccification and gentrification?

<strong>Anthony Zapata</strong>

#01 commented on: Samsung’s Got You Covered for Pure ’00s Nostalgia With a Retro New Flip Phone

Can’t wait to hang up every phone call with au-tho-ri-taayyy.

<strong>Randy Em</strong>

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