Welcome back to Comments of the Week! I see that a few new members have been joining our little cult-like community (praise thee Gardevoir) so let me introduce to them what this series is all about. Well, I mean, I've been doing that every edition anyay, but no one really reads that. Anyway, Comments of the Week is a series where I collect the best of the best comments (that I personally saw, anyway) of a week and compile them all in one place. So whether you were M.I.A. or simply want to relive the glory moments, then this is for you. All the comments will be placed into categories:
TRUTH: when the truth is real.
LOL: when the laughs be loud.
WUT?: when the mind be like "what...?"
In case you can't get enough, you can check out last week's edition at this link, and past editions on the bio to the right.
Dreamweaver: The ride never ends.
Dreamweaver: I'm still waiting for the answer.
Dreamweaver: Ew, who would want the heart of a thief? It probably looks like a baboon's.
Dreamweaver: NXt a problem.
Dreamweaver: Well, that's one ballot I don't want to "hand" in. Nyuk nyuk.
Dreamweaver: I jerked off to a period once. Wasn't pretty.
Dreamweaver: Yeah, I mean, what's going on there? Did you finally cave from the media blackout or something?
Dreamweaver: Psh, I have that on a daily basis!
Dreamweaver: He would've loved the hear anything bad happen to Destiny. :(
Dreamweaver: Conspiracy theory: scalpers are ChillyBilly agents placed all over the world to bring him amiibo.
Dreamweaver: I'd make a joke, but eh.
Dreamweaver: That's the most heinous thing they could do!
Dreamweaver: You know that saying "better late than never"? Yeah, good luck trying to use that excuse.
Dreamweaver: ...Gosh darn it, Scoobie.
Dreamweaver: Seems like they're so used to playing with their own joysticks, am I right?
Dreamweaver: If this joke is wrong, I don't wanna be right.
Dreamweaver: I like to imagine this happened during a board meeting.
Dreamweaver: Shots fired!
Dreamweaver: I laughed more than I thought I would've.
Dreamweaver: Gosh darn it, Luna!
Dreamweaver: That would be the most useful educational television ever.
Dreamweaver: I tried looking at it closely once and got cinnamon dust in my eyes, so I wouldn't recommend it.
Dreamweaver: Yet for some, it was just a Tuesday.
Dreamweaver: That's always a fun option.
Dreamweaver: ...Gosh darn it, Kanye.
Dreamweaver: Poor vision? Well, you get what you paid for.
Dreamweaver: I feel wrong for laughing, but I also would've made that joke.
Dreamweaver: Give a hand of applause for Hancock lending a helping hand.
Dreamweaver: Don't even bother trying to go to the original article, it's just as disappointing as the screenshot.
Dreamweaver: Argh, I hate it when that happens!
Dreamweaver: Looks like he was bending it like Beckham. Wait, wrong football.
Dreamweaver: But is it still a trap worth falling onto?
Dreamweaver: "Squinting at girls in yoga pants." Er, are you sure it's urine coming out of people?
Dreamweaver: Women don't understand how hard we have it. And by that, I mean our penis. Because the majority of women don't have any.
Dreamweaver: Not "stupid sexy", stupidly sexy. Big difference.
Dreamweaver: Damn it, you ruined the image for us!
Dreamweaver: ...That must be one hell of a hat.
Dreamweaver: ...Damn it, Cannonball Steven!
Dreamweaver: ...He turns African American?
Dreamweaver: Please tell me you didn't turn Sackboy into a "Sackboy"...
Dreamweaver: I never trusted a Canadian. And they're a little too close to America for my liking.
Alright, we're going to stop right here. As always, I hope you enjoyed it, and hopefully we can meet again next week. Until then, be wary of Canadians. I think they're plotting something sinister.