An Instagram model has lifted the lid on the tonnes of creepy DMs she receives - and her brilliant responses.
Paige Woolen has amassed 301,000 followers on her main account, where she shares typical modely style photos in swimsuits and the like.
And she has accumulated a further 72,500 followers on her 'dudes in the dm' account, where - as you can probably guess - she offers us a glimpse into the sort of sordid messages she receives on the daily.
So if you're feeling brave, get your wellies on and come wade into the filthy mire.
One recent festive-themed missive read: "I like you how I like my turkey: moist, smokin’ hot, with big breast, lying on your back ready to be eaten."
Thankfully though it seems Paige spared herself the full horror.
She replied: "You lost me at moist."
Honestly though, it gets much grimmer than this.
The most recent message posted on the 'dudes in the dm' account reads: "So Paige. I just bought a blow up doll from Amazon and I printed out a photo of you and I'm going to tape it on then make sweet sweet love to you."
Jeez. That should be a crime, right? That should definitely be a crime.
Paige replied simply: "I envy the person I was before I read this."
Think you can stomach more? OK, have a go on this:
In a similar vein, another unsettling admirer wrote: "Hey Paige you accidentally blocked me on your main account.
"All I said is that if I were your boyfriend you would never have to use toilet paper because my tongue would do all the cleaning."
I think you get the picture now.
It isn't just a flood of pervy messages that head Paige's way though - she also gets a whole host of plain horrible ones too.
One troll wrote: "I hope you have a son and I hope he gets bullied in school when other kids pull up your photos.
"It'll be your karma for being such a slut online."
Paige replied 'and I hope you get kidney stones', which the DMer said was 'too far'.
Hmmm, not sure you get to decide the bounds of acceptability after calling someone a slut and wishing for their kid to get bullied.
Explaining the inspiration behind the 'dudes in the dm' account on Lisa Ann's Dudes Do Better, Paige said: "I post sexy photos on Instagram in my bikini, etc, etc, and over the past couple of years I would always screenshot whenever someone would say something mean to me and I would respond back like making fun of them, or making fun of myself.
"At the very beginning of quarantine when I lost my business - I had a Pilates studio - I was sitting at my parents' house scrolling through my photos looking for a thirst trap to post.
"And I was looking through all these screenshots and I thought, 'These may benefit people, this might make someone laugh or make these girls feel less alone that constantly get bullied online.'"