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The Clown Prince of Crime has come to save the DCCU.

@Danimalish, reacting to the first trailer for “Joker,” the Batman villain’s origin story starring Joaquin Phoenix. Though many fans weren’t keen about the movie when the project was first announced, the trailer seems to have won them over, with speculation that Phoenix could be an Oscar contender for his portrayal of the villain. “Joker” hits theaters on Oct. 4.

Why, in the year of our Lord 2019, is Colton Underwood grossed out (and uneducated!) about periods?

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 07: Colton Underwood attends the Disney ABC Television TCA Summer Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

@____mack, blasting Colton Underwood after he said it was disgusting that some women keep separate underwear for their periods on the podcast “LadyGang.” The former “Bachelor” star and NFL free agent then compared having a period to defecating in your pants, prompting calls for him to educate himself on the menstrual cycle.

Even Antoni would be disgusted by this “salad,” and he put peas in mac 'n' cheese.

@bobilapizza, tweeting about Kourtney Kardashian’s recipe for her “signature salad” on Poosh, her new lifestyle website. The recipe is simply half an avocado, two hard-boiled eggs, a tomato and two balls of fresh mozzarella, finished off with salt, pepper and olive oil. Accompanying photos showed the foods sitting separately on a plate, causing many to question if the collection indeed qualifies as a salad. Most concluded that it didn’t.

Oh no, I feel so bad for the corporations who now have to put effort into what they wear.

@SaraJChipps, joking about the news that Patagonia has stopped selling branded company vests to certain financial firms. The change is part of the company’s new initiative to partner with mission-driven B Corporations that are dedicated to helping the community or environment. The vests are common in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street.

This sounds like a sequel to “Krampus."

@olianderrr, reacting to Heinz adding Kranch, a mix of ketchup and ranch, to its Saucy Sauce line. Kranch will join Mayochup, Mayomust and Mayocue, which combine mayonnaise with ketchup, mustard and barbecue sauce, respectively. Not everyone was thrilled by the announcement: @dawg_golf said, “That sounds kawful.”