With yet another week behind us, we recapitulate on some rather interesting stories such as PARTYNEXTDOOR taking to Instagram to share a hilarious before and after image of himself, Vladimir Putin’s Siberian-holiday outfits had the internet going crazy over the weekend, and Supreme’s legendary Fairfax location has been officially closed.

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: PARTYNEXTDOOR Shares Hilarious Before and After Photo on Instagram

Dude went from "where's my hug?" to "there's your Uber."

<strong>Thomas Buyse</strong>

#09 commented on: Justin Bieber Co-Designs Custom Fitting White T-Shirts for Hanes

In case you can't pick up one if those American Apparel x Supreme x Kmart x eBay collab T-shirts.

<strong>Adam Kopf</strong>

#08 commented on: Here’s What the OFF-WHITE Zip Tie Is Actually For

"OVERLY PRICED CLOTHING" 2013©

<strong>Ahmad Illo</strong>

#07 commented on: Putin’s Siberian Holiday Looks Are Low-Key Outerwear Fire

I better not see none of y’all rocking that Putin look!!! Looking like you fresh from making secretive international calls that should be under investigation.

<strong>Donovan Thomas</strong>

#06 commented on: ‘Game of Thrones’ Costume Designer Used Cheap IKEA Rugs as Capes

So in other words, the Game of Thrones cast was seen wearing the next YEEZY catalog.

<strong>Douglo Forgi</strong>

#05 commented on: Gucci’s Legal Battle With Forever 21 Goes to Court

Up next, Gucci vs. Gucci Mane.

<strong>Elom Bell</strong>

#04 commented on: Why A$AP Rocky Wearing Dior’s $700 Feminist T-Shirt is Problematic

Every $700 shirt is a problem...

<strong>Georg Wklg</strong>

#03 commented on: Columbia Channels ’80s Excess For “Pacific Northwest” Collection

Patagonia called, they want their styles back.

<strong>Bastian Dietz</strong>

#02 commented on: Supreme’s Fairfax Store Is Officially Closed

Are you sure someone didn’t just steal the banner from the front of the store like last time?

<strong>Marcos Archibeque</strong>

#01 commented on: Apple Employees Are Hating Their New Office Space

Apple build something, people hate on it. Sounds like Apple's employees might be Android users.

<strong>John 'Trafik' Elliott</strong>

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