The Burrito of Victory goes to the best and worst comments of the week here at BoC. To review the format: I'm the judge, my own comments are not eligible, and the type of burrito is purposefully undefined because jesus christ we've gone down that cul-de-sac too many goddamn times. Here we go.
Demagoguery: the highest rated comment
> Oh and I’ve taken up crocheting now that my niece is pregnant. It’s going to be a boy! I’m crocheting him a teal baby blanket. :)
I can already tell that’s going to be a choking hazard. :)
Take note, all you internet wits out there. I might make a separate category for chjokes (chjoke: a joke about the Sharks choking).
Wunerful wunerful: the best of the rest
Mike Chen sums up Patrick Marleau via Street Fighter:
I think Patty’s finishing move is a Friendship.
Geez, what's with all the ex-writer cheesers we've got here?
Honorable mention goes to Jesse Knutson for talking amazing shit about Florida:
I would much rather go back to Afghanistan or Iraq than go back to Florida. That is not hyperbole. Someday I will take my family to visit Iraq and Afghanistan. I would never wish a Florida visit on my worst enemy.
And to Spade for a great name pun.
Banished to Arizona: the worst comment
I should probably clarify this category a bit. There's a ton of lame shit posted here, but to get a burrito for the worst comment, you have to have a little extra something. Something that shocks, horrifies, is notably stupid, or hilariously wrong. Genius and madness are two sides of the same coin, at least according to shallow comic book writers.
I think I speak on behalf of everybody who has ever enjoyed sex when I say, Dunn, I banish you to Arizona for falling into Meg's trap and posting the definition of a Mississippi Hot Pocket. We'll never experience erotic joy again, thanks to you. I long for my innocence. And Meg, you can man the fruit inspection station over there too for setting Dunn up. Come back across the border when you're ready to admit you're wrong.