This past week a reaching Drake fan came up with an elaborate suicide conspiracy that tied into the rapper's albums, we looked at how the bot problem is only getting worse and so far Nike is the only brand with somewhat of an answer, and Kanye West cancelled YEEZY Season 2 for SS16.

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: Forget Weed Edibles, This Black Nebula Space Cake is the Real Deal

forget weed? nigga put some weed in that nebula space cake and let see the result

<strong>Tendai Katongomara</strong>

#09 commented on: UK Label OTHER Debuts Its New Lookbook for the Season

Another homeless guy picked out of nowhere

<strong>Sib Serdiñola</strong>

#08 commented on: adidas Originals Drops a Luscious Red, Primeknit Version of the Superstar 80s

My grandma is going to knit me a pair for Christmas

<strong>Carl Harvey</strong>

#07 commented on: How Drake Went From Myspace Unknown to 6 God

He started from a teenage soap opera on Disney, not quite the bottom.

<strong>Steve Szczepaniak</strong>

#06 commented on: Kanye West Cancels YEEZY Season 2 for Spring/Summer 2016

I wish someone would cancel Kanye West

<strong>Ash Gilbert</strong>

#05 commented on: NikeLab’s New Transform Jacket Adapts to Changing Weather Environments

The price is also worth 2 jackets so

<strong>Alihan Deniz</strong>

#04 commented on: The Bot Problem is Getting Worse and Nike Has the Only Answer (So Far)

Year 2020: "People forced to buy in physical stores again."

<strong>Pablo Madrid</strong>

Must mail in letter with shoe size and piece of mail to prove residency.


#03 commented on: Supreme x Nike Air Max 98. Did you cop?

Shoes are nasty it's like hugging your grandma and accidentally touching a saggy titty

<strong>Teetohpo Urrutia</strong>

#02 commented on: Up Your Basics Game With These T-Shirt Packs

for $485 these Balmain shirts better be made out of the exact same fibres jesus christ wore on the crucifix.

<strong>Frankiee Vee</strong>

#01 commented on: Do All of Drake’s Album Titles Actually Reference Committing Suicide?

If you're reading this it's too late. I'm viewing from the six because I'm So far gone and Nothing was the same. you can thank me later, take care

<strong>Ricardo Diaz</strong>

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