In a very special edition of today's best comments, the former president delivers a teary-eyed ode to "Sir Mixes A Lot."

• Best Comment Of The Day in response to San Francisco Bans Toys From Happy Meals:

This isn't the nanny state. This is your mean older neighbor babysitting you and ignoring you while she talks to her boyfriend state.

• Best Comment Of The Day, also in response to San Francisco Bans Toys From Happy Meals:

"Mayor McCheese could not be reached for comment."

• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Therapy Parties Are The Worst Idea Ever:

This is just a graduated form of the game I used to play in my basement in junior high—Spin the DSM-IV. Everyone was dying to land on generalized anxiety disorder. He was so hot.

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• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Mom Defends 5-Year-Old Son's Cross-Dressing Costume:

He would have gotten away with it unscarred if it weren't for those meddling Moms.

• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Gatsby Update: Are These Two Ladies The Finalists For Daisy:

I'll take neither one and save my $14, Alex. If I want to see boobs attempt to emote, I'll stare at my own in the mirror, like every Wednesday night.

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• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Bill Clinton Weighs In On Lil Wayne's Release From Prison:


First time I heard 'Sir Mixes A Lot', I wasn't sure what that man was saying. Chelsea pointed out some sort of urban dictionary to find out what "sprung" meant in the context of his lyrics. That man's a poet. A poet and a hero.

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