This British model responded to a body shamer with the most epic photo of all time

Model Responds to 'Fat Cow' Comment by Covering Herself in Food
Model Responds to 'Fat Cow' Comment by Covering Herself in Food

If you haven't heard of Iskra Lawrence before, get ready to be absolutely obsessed with her.

Lawrence models for Aerie, among other companies, and often runs social media Q&A sessions dealing with topics like body image.​

Last week, Lawrence shared this vacation photo of her bikini-clad self with her Instagram followers.

And of course, as people tend to do these days, someone said something negative about her figure.

"Fat cow. It's only cus every F****r on this planet is obese that that's the norm..." said Instagram user and self-described health expert @zseanzbrown. "Plus-size models? give me a F*****g breaking. Everyone needs to stop eating McDonald's, the NHS is f****d because of people like her eating too many bags of crisps."

Unfortunately, comments like these are nothing new to the plus-sized beauty. "People tell me all the time on social media hateful things, but it doesn't affect me," Lawrence, who regularly uses the hashtag #everyBODYisbeautiful in her posts, said in an interview.

But while normally Lawrence would just shake off this kind of nonsense and refuse to feed the trolls, this time she says, "I just couldn't help myself."

In response to the hateful comment, which called Lawrence a "fat cow," the model posted a picture of herself in her underwear surrounded by bags of potato chips. The caption? "This is for anyone who has ever been called FAT."

But she didn't stop there.

Lawrence followed up her first post with a second -- this time, a slow-mo video of herself eating a bag of chips in her underwear.

"I do not condone binge eating," Lawrence clarified in her post. "I eat whatever I want in moderation. I will eat crisps but I'll also make healthy home cooked meals and workout regularly."

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When it comes to body shaming on social media, we all know the drill: Itdoesn'tendwell forthe haters.

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