Our analysis: Today's best comments are cute and clever.

Best Comment Of The Day in response to The Fallout Over Stephen Fry's Sexual Insights:

Interestingly, because they don't need to have sex to "pay for a relationship," due to mutual disinterest, lesbian women never have sex.

Best Comment Of The Day, also in response to The Fallout Over Stephen Fry's Sexual Insights:

Mr. Fry followed to his musings on the differences between men and women with: "And what's the deal with airline food? Serisously?.... Is this thing on?"

Best Comment Of The Day in response to Award For LGBT Kid Lit Will Inevitably Cause Homophobe Hysteria:

Well, I mean, they have a point. When I was 7 I read, "Good Night Moon" and decided I was a lunar sexual. Kids really are influenced by literature.

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Best Comment Of The Day in response to Ryan Gosling's Friend Is Such A Dummy:

Bianca will be devastated.

Best Comment Of The Day in response to A Guide To The Global Spread Of Incredibly Creepy Cuddle Parties:


Clearly some of these people are creepy opportunists, and that completely undoes the possible benefits of cuddle parties.

This is why I am currently pioneering pupnotism, a form of psychotherapy wherein people are made to lie down on the floor and are covered with playful, and eventually sleepy, puppies. It has a 100% success rate. Look for chains in your city soon.

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