Fusion

The trouble with the internet is everybody has an opinion. The best part of the internet is that everybody has an opinion. Depending on the sites you frequent, reading banter posted within the comment section is wildly more entertaining than anything the writer got paid to pen.

Here’s a taste:

1. The Verge - If you play one goat simulator in 2014, make it this one:
Who would have thought using a goat avatar to run around and destroy things is fun? Well it is fun. And what’s more fun than reading over a thousand words that I just summed up for you in two sentences? Reading the genius comments displayed under the post of course, some of which are from Verge editors themselves.

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2. Gizmodo – George Lucas Explains the Birth of Lightsabers:
Sure lightsabers are awesome, but do I really need to watch George Lucas talk about it for fifteen minutes when I can just read the equivalent of Sci-fi fans bitch slapping each other with comments?

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3. The Vulgar Chef - Oreo and Peanut Butter Stuffed Red Velvet Cupcakes:

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The recipe is simple as f#ck. Drop a little red velvet mix in a muffin ass pan…plop some Oreos smothered with peanut butter on the mixture, cover the Oreos with more red velvet f#ck mixture…and bake that sh*t.

4. Sploid – The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles look really gritty and huge now:
Who cares about watching the movie trailer if debating the realism of turtle nostrils rages only a scroll below? Because turtles slinging nunchucks happens all the time in real life.

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In the spirit of tradition, let's keep this one going. Feel free to out shine this article with your comments.