We'll be loving today's best comments forever.
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Claire Danes Lowers The Bar For Celebrity Artists: "I figured with all the Latisse she could just brush the paint onto the wall with her lashes."
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to The Latest Ex-Model To Sue Google: "As a form of communication, YouTube comments are about a half-step above smearing your own excrement on the wall."
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Happy 90th Amendment, 19th Amendment:
Hello ladies. Look at your needlework, now back to me, now back at your petticoat, now back to me. Sadly, you're not me, but if people in your country stopped being such misogynists you could vote like me. Look down, back up, where are you? You're at your polling place, with the men you women could vote like. What's in your hand, back at me. I have it, it's your ballot with votes for the candidates you love. Look again, the votes are now your own freedom. Anything is possible when you're given rights and fair representation. You're in the White House.
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Teen Dream: Backstreet Boys And New Kids On The Block Touring Together:
I knew if I was loving them forever, NKOTB would reward their Favorite Girl with a tour that Step by Step would bring Everybody together especially the children of the 90s and the children of the 80s. If only NSync would reunite and get involved, then I'd really know that God Must've Spent A Little More Time on this.
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