It’s been a long week. Over the past seven days we collectively held our breaths as it was revealed Cartoon Network had not ordered a fourth season of Rick and Morty (yet). We then tried to calm the angry mob that was already reaching for its virtual pitchforks by explaining why season 4 will probably still happen anyway.

Out of nowhere, Britney Spears was back as the new face of KENZO. Our team loved the Britney news, so we went ahead and proved that, yes, the “Toxic” singer is and always will be a style icon.

On the sneaker front, there was some solid release news which included the ACRONYM x Nike Air VaporMax Moc 2s, Kanye’s YEEZY 500 “Blush,” and Sean Wotherspoon’s Nike Air Max 1/97s. We also discussed whether or not Drake would be better off leaving Jordan Brand for adidas here.

As always, our ever-comical readership was on hand to greet the news with some white-hot takes. Peep some choice highlights below.

Please keep in mind these comments are meant to be taken as jokes and are only highlighted for the comedic effect they offer.

Original Post: These "Wakanda Forever" DAME 4s Are on Another Level 

10. "Wakanda sneaker is that?" - Fabio Bianchi Garcia

Original Post:  New H&M Campaign Taps Winona Ryder & Elizabeth Olsen to Celebrate Female Empowerment

9. "Hope she doesn't get caught shoplifting at H&M." - David Leon

Original Post: Calm TF Down: ‘Rick and Morty’ Season 4 Is Almost Certainly Going to Happent

8. "Relax. In the first episode, Rick says there are going to be nine seasons, so it’s only a matter of time" - Matt Mele

Original Post: Here’s Your First Look at the New Pharrell x adidas Solar Hu Glide ST

7. "Do they come with a Dr Seuss books?" - Ian R. Wrobel

Original Post: A$AP Rocky Sings a Verse on Thirty Seconds to Mars's "One Track Mind"

6. "Somebody bring him some LSD, we need another album" - croissant

Original Post: Joey Bada$$ Wants You to Quit Smoking Weed & Meditate Instead

5. "Grow your own, avoid GMO’s" - BEER ME

Original Post: IBM Unveils the World’s Smallest Computer

4. "What is this, a computer for ants?!" - Niamor Erèlav

Original Post: Solebox Is Selling Sean Wotherspoon’s Nike Air Max 97/1 in a Van

3. "Scooby doo and the gang reselling nikes out of their van." - rmzo

Original Post: Britney Spears Is the Face of KENZO’s New Campaign

2. "Britney Spears gets a new face in KENZO." - theappe

Original Post: This 377-Foot Superyacht Is as Luxe as It Gets

1. "Why does it look like a giant canoe (kayak)?" - ta_scott

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