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#MakeMineMilkshake: When Marvel & DC Both Agree You're Being An A**hole, You're Probably Being An A**hole

By Tori Preston | Miscellaneous | August 2, 2017 |

By Tori Preston | Miscellaneous | August 2, 2017 |


Apparently milkshakes bring all the trolls to the yard, as Marvel Comics editor Heather Antos discovered when she posted an innocent pic of her and her crew enjoying some Ben & Jerry’s milkshakes on a Friday afternoon.


And because it’s the Twitter area of the internet, some of the responses were… not cool.


But then other, better people rallied to the cause of awesome, hard-working women enjoying frosty treats, with the hashtag #MakeMineMilkshake:



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Plenty of folks at Marvel had her back:


And even DC Comics crossed over to get in on some of that hot supportive action:


Of course, the fact that folks *GASP* dared to defend the right for people of all genders to have a goddamn milkshake in peace seemed to magically summon even more trolls:

What’s still unclear is what “feminism” or “social justice” (or even “comic sales” or “false rape” ?!?!?!?!) had to do with, you know, having a fucking milkshake in the first place — but guess what, trolls? The joke’s on you. Now that you’re all butt-hurt because women can work in comics AND enjoy themselves, and expressing said outrage on the internet, it means that you just MADE this whole thing be a feminist/social justice issue. And you know who takes justice seriously? Superheroes. And when it comes to superheroes, Marvel & DC kind of own that shit. You will lose this argument. Was it worth it?

If Marvel & DC can set aside their competition and actually agree on something, it means they’re probably right. That’s just a life lesson, ya’ll. That, and don’t get between a person and their milkshake.

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Tori Preston is deputy editor of Pajiba. She rarely tweets here but she promises she reads all the submissions for the "Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything" column at [email protected]. You can also listen to her weekly TV podcast, Podjiba