This week has been a busy one. Michele Rodriguez threatened to leave the Fast & Furious franchise, rumors abounded that Kanye West might be testing a new YEEZY basketball shoe, and of course, some people spent way too much money on Supreme x Louis Vuitton.

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: Michelle Rodriguez Threatens to Leave ‘Fast & Furious’ Over Female Representation

Can't blame her, I had to leave the franchise over its terrible representation of car culture about 28 seconds into the intro of the first movie…

<strong>Domi Person</strong>

#09 commented on: Some Supreme x Louis Vuitton Pieces Are Now Reselling on eBay for Prices of $5,000 USD and Up

Durr look at me pulling a stupid face because I've just spunked a months wages on a hoodie made for $10.

<strong>Lee Ratcliffe</strong>

#08 commented on: Here's What the YEEZY Boost 350 V2 Would Look Like With a Translucent Upper

So the way to tackle the yeezy ugliness is to make them invisible. Well, it's a step in right direction I suppose.

<strong>Daryl Patterson</strong>

#07 commented on: Kanye West Tests Possible New YEEZY Basketball Shoe at UCLA

Kanye is smiling way too much lately something is up.

<strong>Youssef Cheniour </strong>

#06 commented on: This Drug Promises to Extend Life & It Costs Just 5 Cents a Pop

For 5 cents a pop, I can elongate the pain of existence.

<strong>Jiovani Loncarevic</strong>

#05 commented on: Protect Yo'Self With Concept LV x Supreme Racing Helmets

Hypebeasts don't want bikers to protect themselves they want these on their shelf in their room in their mom's house.

<strong>Jordan Johnson </strong>

#04 commented on: Meet Mike Hallatt, the Professional Trader Joe’s Reseller

So that's how Clint Eastwood's been making money these days since Gran Turino.

<strong>Ben Trin</strong>

#03 commented on: Travis Scott's Intense Mosh-Pit Warning

It should say 'prepare to hear goosebumps 30 times in a row'

<strong>Robert Wittig </strong>

#02 commented on: adidas’s NMD Accessories Line Will Solve All Your Baggage Needs

New Adidas brand house arrest anklets, tight.

<strong>Sean Wilson </strong>

#01 commented on: This Air Jordan 1 High “Quai 54” Is Exclusive to Friends & Family Only

This isn't a Nintendo Switch cross-promotion?

<strong>Davin Loh</strong>

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