This woman probably didn’t expect THIS when she trolled Campbell’s Soup over a pro-gay ad

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A woman probably didn’t expect to be greeted with this response when she tried to troll Campbell’s Soup over a pro-gay ad.

The ad, for a new range around the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, new film, shows a real-life married gay couple and their son.


It debuted last month, much to the dismay of homophobes everywhere.

The soup company has been praised for its portrayal of LGBT people in the past.

The organisation was in 2008 attacked for portraying a lesbian couple and their son in an advert.

A woman named Jess wrote on the Campbell’s page saying she was “so sick of this homosexual agenda” and that they “sell soup, not but [sic] sex!”

Then a fake ‘Campbell’s for Help’ Facebook account responded to Jess, saying: “Hello, Jess Hicks! It seems you have somehow mistook two men feeding their child soup as a pornographic film depicting anal stimulation?”

The exchange went on…


A screenshot of the exchange has gone viral on Imgur, having been viewed 520,000 times.

The ‘For Help’ name of the Facebook account was an homage to Facebook accounts set up to troll trolls first on the Target Facebook page, after the store revealed an LGBT-friendly range, and Doritos, after they revealed rainbow chips.

Lots of former Doritos fans took to social media to express their distaste at the gesture by Frito-Lay.

Mike Melgaard, who earlier this year responded as ‘Target’, after the store stopped separating toys based on gender, has now posed as Doritos,trolling the trolls in the best way.