Well, this is certainly disturbing: How one line in a recap text page can retroactively turn Wolverine into a potential statutory rapist:
The description of Squirrel Girl as a teenage heroine is a new one, as far as I can determine. In a previous issue’s synopsis, Squirrel Girl is referred to as an “arboreal hero,” not a teenage hero. Even taking the most liberal definition of “teenager,” that would make Squirrel Girl, in continuity as it stands now, 19 years of age at the most. To be realistic, though, most people wouldn’t refer to a 19-year-old as a teenage girl. So we’re faced with the prospect of Squirrel Girl being in her mid-teens. And judging from the tone of the first scene pictured above, it’s been some time since Squirrel Girl and Wolverine have crossed paths.
Go read the whole thing for the full explanation. To be fair, all of the Wolverine/Squirrel Girl relationship material is implied instead of outright stated – Although it’s hardly subtle – but nonetheless, Don MacPherson is very, very right: Ewww.