Marvel Snap players think an objectively nice emote is toxic

Ms. Marvel has a shocked look on her face.

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fans of Marvel snap, the hugely popular free-to-play card game, have come to a conclusion: the Ms. Marvel emote, where she smiles happily, winks a little, and gives a thumbs-up, is actually toxic as hell. Ms. Marvel might as well be give you the finger and stomping on your guts after she stole your wallet.

Most of the time I turn around when I see players calling something “poisonous”. in Inigo Montoya The Princess Diaries“You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.” “Toxic,” I usually think, is a word for horrible college relationships, isn’t it for US tap water. I wouldn’t normally use it in reference to a dizzying superhero with flowing wind through her cartoon blowout as she gives a supportive thumbs-up, but most respondents to streamer SanchoWest’s Twitter inquiry about the toxic status of the emote would tell me I’m dead wrong.

“Do you see [Ms. Marvel] as a poisonous emote?” asks SanchoWest.

“Put simply…yes,” he says a popular answer.

“I hope so because if you see me using it, just know I’m trying to be toxic,” admits another interviewee.

In snapYou can use a few different emotes that include, besides Ms. Marvel Deadpool with arrows in his head and Grab Thanos , or ready-made phrases like “Snap?” and the Patrick Bateman-esque “I’m confident” to communicate with other players once you join a game with them. However, Ms. Marvel is popular post-match spam, so I can see her thumb becoming a defiant symbol for hate speech in this context.

A Redditor said in a thread, “If people use the Ms. Marvel thumbs-up emote after I lose… I want to dive through my monitor and smack my opponent in the face until it’s a pile of bones and brains.” Oh, ok. But Ms. Marvel is the toxic one? Yes OK. That makes sense.

Have you ever heard of the word “rude”? Marvel Snap players think an objectively nice emote is toxic

Curtis Crabtree

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