Some food combinations are amazing, like chicken on pizza, and some food combinations are strange to me like peanut butter and bacon, but to each their own. Lindsey Lohan is once again trying to make ‘Pilk’ a combo of Pepsi and Milk popular and it needs to be stopped.
From EW Mean Girls actress Lindsey Lohan partnered with Pepsi this Christmas though what she left out for Santa, may have been for the Grinch instead as in the commercial she is seen mixing Pepsi and Milk together forming the combination “Pilk” and pairing it with some chocolate chip cookies. The video came with the hashtag #PilkandCookies with some calling the combo disgusting and others saying they’ve been drinking it for years!
Feeling nice…or naughty? @Pepsi, let’s make #PilkandCookies happen 🥤+🥛 +🍪 #PepsiPartner pic.twitter.com/1QMb1spgqm— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) December 1, 2022
This makes me upset. Not even the fact that she is recreating her iconic Christmas outfit from the 2004 Christmas performance in this new commercial can save this. Though she’s not the only one on the Pilk parade as singer Oliva Rodrigo helped popularize the unique cocktail over on TikTok were the #PepsiandMilkChallenge or some combination of the two has over four million views.
So the question remains is Pepsi and Milk really the hidden gem of the cocktail world? Well, don’t get your hopes up, because I am gonna have to give this challenge a hard pass. Now I will be fair to Lindsey Lohan, the camera never actually shows her drinking the combination only that it’s implied that she does. So there’s a good chance she didn’t… At least in this one but in the longer video posted to YouTube, it appears she did. But again it’s easy to pretend to drink something and others will see this and actually drink it.
Pilk aside Lohan when asked about a possible sequel for Mean Girls said the likelihood was low but did express the want to perform on Broadway even if it were for a week. So there might be a possibility there as the original Mean Girls musical closed its curtain back in 2020. So what’s your favorite Christmas cocktail and if it’s Pilk why?