This past week we got our first look at Stranger Things Season 2, Land Rover announced it would be bringing back the original Range Rover, Raf Simons unveiled a redesigned Calvin Klein logo, and Beyoncé revealed her and Jay Z are having twins.

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 meant to be taken as jokes and are only highlighted for the comedic effect they offer.

#10 commented on: Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo Honors Dan Flavin With New Exhibition

It's so minimalist they only sell LV air - which can be yours for $25 per inwards breath, $30 to exhale. Exhaling is more expensive because you damage their brand with your filthy air.

<strong>Neill Garfield</strong>

#09 commented on: Here's Your First Look at ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2

Now ghostbuster costumes will be sold out everywhere

<strong>Joshua David</strong>

#08 commented on: Is a Supreme x Richard Prince Collaboration On the Way?

This rumor is making me SWEAT! I totally can't afford it, but I will definitely go past their store when it's closed, and when no one is looking, lick the window.

<strong>Neill Garfield</strong>

#07 commented on: Land Rover Is Bringing Back the Original Range Rover

Now we gonna get retro Land Rover releases every weekend? What's the resell gonna be like?

<strong>Shahrad Taherinejad</strong>

#06 commented on: The VLONE x Nike Air Force 1 Is Releasing Next Week

Are these Gildan too?

<strong>Bryan Vazquez</strong>

#05 commented on: adidas Originals Officially Unveils the Superstar Boost

'mom I've got a hole in my shoe' 'get me some of that polystyrene out the shed'

<strong>Jordan Brockbank</strong>

#04 commented on: Here's Your First Look at Nike's New Air Presto Fly

These look like the shoes asian grandmas who are late for the bus wear.

<strong>Theeso Panther</strong>

#03 commented on: Raf Simons and Peter Saville Unveil New Calvin Klein Logo

Wonder how long it took them to think of this

<strong>Matthew Hanson</strong>

#02 commented on: Beyoncé's Twin Post Is Now the Most-Liked Instagram Ever

If the reaction online is anything to go by she's going to be giving birth to the baby Jesus.

<strong>Amine Shakur</strong>

#01 commented on: Supreme x Louis Vuitton Is Now Available for Pre-Order

Oh.my.sweet.LORD! I am pre-ordering the SH*T out of this collection. I Have to sell my house to pay for it, but I will be the slickest hobo on the block when I wake up in my $68k collab trunk. So LIT.

<strong>Neill Garfield</strong>

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