This past week we explored the logo battle between Lacoste, Izod and crocodile garments, Bam Margera made it public that he's officially skating again, Supreme dropped its highly anticipated collab with Lacoste, and a fan turned Breaking Bad into a movie.

Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments from the week, 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: He was a sk8r boy.

You go Ellen DeGeneres!! It doesn't matter how old you are, stay youthful!

<strong>Francis Paul G</strong>

#09 commented on: You Can Now Buy an iPhone 7 Plus That Looks Like a Vintage Macintosh

I'd rather wait for the apple x Louis Vuitton x Supreme iPhone. That will be lit af

<strong>Julius J. Diekmeyer</strong>

#08 commented on: Crocodile Tears: The Logo Battle Between Lacoste, Izod & Crocodile Garments

Crocodiles are like Wtf

<strong>Sam Stewart</strong>

#07 commented on: Could the #LilUziVertChallenge Land Lil Uzi Vert a No.1?

Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah

<strong>Ангел П.</strong>

#06 commented on: Bam Margera Is Finally Back Skating Again

He looks exactly like Phil..

<strong>Alexis Lucio</strong>

#05 commented on: adidas by Stella McCartney Launches New Parley Ultra Boost X

Built from reclaimed and recycled ocean waste. Still 240 euro

<strong>Martin Tiz</strong>

#04 commented on: Riccardo Tisci Talks Candidly About the Air Max 97 Mid R.T in Emotional New Interview

things which can fuck up your am97s 1. rain 2. dirt 3. riccardo tisci

<strong>Marco Prista</strong>

#03 commented on: The Supreme x Lacoste Collaboration Is Finally Here

Just mentioning those very two words in the same sentence will cost you $5.

<strong>Sergio Pareno</strong>

#02 commented on: The Entirety of 'Breaking Bad' Has Been Made Into a 2-Hour Movie

I wonder if there's a 40 minute clip of him catching a fly in it

<strong>Jamie Janesin Jones</strong>

#01 commented on: Even Selena Gomez Is Sick of Instagram

“as soon as I became the most followed person on Instagram, I sort of freaked out.” I think we've all been there at some point. Thoughts and prayers.

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

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