Comments of the Week: Thanksgiving Edition

If you’re new around here, the way this works is, we like to reward our commenters for being interesting and/or funny, which we like to think is part of the reason our commenters are interesting and/or funny.  So at the end of the week, I give out a prize to the comment I deem the best of the week.  If you bookmark this post, you can use the comments section below to submit your favorite comments for consideration through out the week.  ALSO: FILMDRUNK SHIRTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN MEN AND WOMEN’S SIZES HERE. [designed by Marc Hedges @ Encompus].

Howdy, folks.  Last week was a short one because of the holiday, and in honor of the short week, I considered awarding the winner a half shirt.  But then Burnsy won, and I realized that the last thing Burnsy needs is another bare midriff shirt in his dresser.  The winning comment, not surprisingly, came from my Pulitzer-winning post entitled “Johnny Rotten Farted on Jamiroquai.” (Yes, I now realize that Jamiroquai is the name of the band not the singer, but still).

Burnsy says: As I find this British news funny, I’m going to rip it off in America by farting on Adam Levine.

What can I say, I’m a sucker for anything that bashes the lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine, the Danny Masterson of music.

Read on for the honorable mentions.

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