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photo: Diana Veras

How many times do we need to say it? Don't. Criticize. Women's. Bodies.

One Twitter troll with too much time on their hands thought it would be a wise life choice to body shame curvy model Diana Veras. And her simple response gave us LIFE, causing a Twitterstorm the internet certainly won't forget. 

The drama began when a cowardly hater came at Diana on Twitter, insulting her body.

But instead of letting the body-shaming nonsense of jerks get to her, Diana responded by posting a series of super-hot bikini photos. "Here's more of my lil chubby ass in a bathing suit because it offends men so much."

***third degree burns***

And her followers. Were. LOVING it.

And she GAVE the people what they wanted — a full bikini photoshoot, which she posted on Instagram.

Internet trolls want to try to intimidate women like Diana — to make them feel bad about the size of their bodies, and afraid of celebrating themselves.

But Diana's response showed the ultimate reaction to haters telling you to stop doing a thing is to do the thing EVEN MORE.

Body shaming is NEVER OK, but Veras' fearless response is the best clapback we've ever seen.

And it gets better: Diana's followers actually found that insanely perfect bikini. It's perfect for #offendingmen all summer long.

Although Veras's version in pink wasn't found, they did find the swimsuit in black-and-white. Both the top and bottoms are available up to a size 12. 

Missguided gingham Bardot bikini top ($19, ASOS

Missguided gingham bikini brief ($13, ASOS

And honestly, these trolls should know better than to come for Veras. She's been in Aerie campaigns, starred in videos for Teen Vogue, and covered Harper's Bazaar UK.

In addition to her impressive resume, she's also very open and candid about her experience as a curvy model. As a Dominican plus-size model, she faced a one-two punch of being neither white nor a size two in a racist, sizeist industry.

When asked what changes she'd like to see in the industry, Veras said to i-D, "I just want to see all kinds of people doing all kinds of things. I want to wear fashionable clothes and I want to walk shows. I want to do it all, and I feel like it's completely possible. Not just different body types, but people of all ages, people with disabilities, MORE PEOPLE OF COLOR!!! We all just need representation."

Bravo to Veras for being body positive (also for serving face and throwing shade at the same time).

Body shamers, beware. We're watching you.