Monsters’ Ball: The Week’s Best Comments

A Monsters’ Ball from the sky? Well now I have seen everything! Seriously, though, the sky is crazy, you guys. It’s soooo high up. And other fascinating observations. Hey, good week, everyone. Let’s make it a great weekend. Have some fun for once in your life! Maybe you’ll meet someone new! Also: The Master! Whatever you do, whether it be meet someone new or see The Master, be safe out there. Amanda Bynes is on a murder spree! Do NOT invite her to your party or ask her for a ride to someone else’s party. XOXOX. #sky

After the jump, the five Highest Rated comments, as voted on by you, the Lowest Rated comment, the winner of the Chris Brown Neck Tattoo Meme Caption Contest, and the Editor’s and Associate Editor’s Choice.

This Week’s Highest Rated Comments

#4 topknot | Sep 11th Score:60

Chris Brown I hate you hate is forever non-fan hate you

Posted in: The Videogum Why Don’t YOU Caption It? Contest: The Chris Brown Neck Tattoo Meme

[Assoc. Ed. Note: Wow, almost all the top comments for this week were from the caption contest! Good job, guys! You really took that one and ran with it! Other things! I hope to see you all back here next week with that same sweet, creative attitude. UR THE BEST AROUND. Love ya. Have a good wknd. “Congrads.”]

This Week’s Lowest Rated Comment

#1 facetaco | Sep 7th Score:-14
“Feminist” implies they’ll be written by chicks, which makes the “terrible” qualifier redundant.
Posted in: This Week In Movie Trailers, You Guys

[Ed. Note: Nice try, troll.]

This Week’s Caption Contest Winner

[Ed. Note: Congratulations, hobbit slashfiction! You earned it.]

This Week’s Associate Editor’s Choice

  catweazle | Sep 12th Score:34

By celebrities who “put their children out there,” does she mean celebrities who go out in public with their children, as opposed to the sensible, good parents who just keep them locked in the house at all times?

Posted in: A Friendly Chat With Gabe And Kelly: Suri’s Burn Book

[Assoc. Ed. Note: For real, is that what she means? Remember this lady? Awful. Awful lady. Let’s not be like this lady, EVER!]

This Week’s Editor’s Choice

old man fatima | Sep 13th Score:17

I don’t think you can judge how much someone else has suffered until you’ve been in their shoes. Way harsh, Tai. I dated a guy in high school whose dad was transgender. His friends all “teased” him about it so much that he dropped out of school and did a shit ton of drugs and basically ruined his life. They’re all still friends and to this day they don’t think they were out of line. He was good looking, white, middle class. Jut because it’s not affecting you personally does not mean it is not affecting someone very, very deeply. I see this attitude a lot from Gabe, and not to get all Mom on you, but I find it very disappointing.

Posted in: Enough With The Bullying Stuff

[Ed. Note: Well, now, hold on a second. The counter-argument to “we need to stop indulging a culture of victimization” is not simply “but I know a guy who was unfairly victimized.” There are lots of examples of people who have genuinely suffered at the hands of others, and that’s always bad. Obviously. No one is saying different? And under absolutely no circumstances could you interpret my position on the current “bullying” trend with “therefore people who struggle with transgendered fathers should shut up because who cares.” We are not talking about a case by case basis. I’m sure your friend had a particularly tough time, and I am sorry he had to go through that! Come on! But so if I do need to clarify, my point is NOT that people shouldn’t seek help if they feel socially ostracized or emotionally abused. Everyone should get some comfort in this world. But they don’t need the entire world to rush to their defense and hold them on their shoulders as some kind of folk hero. Cry to your mommy, and then dry your tears and hit the field again. We are in the middle of the big game and there is no crying in lifeball. I do appreciate the engaged feedback, though. Always!]