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TikTok user Holly (@hollymillstbe) posted the photos as part of a video, which was captioned: "Let's just say he's comfortable."
The first photo we see shows her topless boyfriend in a pair of swimming trunks, rocking a six-pack.
"This was my boyfriend a couple weeks before meeting me," she explains.
Holly then cuts to another photo, saying: "This is my boyfriend a year and a half later."
In the second snap, his hair and beard look a lot more overgrown, while his well-defined six-pack has disappeared - although he's still looking pretty lean, let's face it.
Going back to the original photo, she adds: "This is what I thought I was getting. This is what I got. Love you."
The video has been viewed nearly 85,000 times and has more than 7,000 likes.
Of the hundreds of comments, there's a mix between people calling Holly out for 'body shaming' her partner, while others argue it's just 'banter' between them.
One person wrote: "She woke up and chose passive aggressive."
Someone else said: "So ya'll rocking with body shaming huh?"
A third added: "This seems mean."
Some said they felt there would be uproar if the 'roles were reversed' and the video was about a woman's changing appearance.
Others, however, commented to say it looked like it was a harmless joke between a woman and her boyfriend.
One TikToker said: "She was never being negative or shaming in this video. He looks good in both and she never said different. Don't understand why people are pressed."
Someone else agreed: "Calm down guys, it's banter between them, you don't need to go straddling him."
Many others just said the change in appearance was all too relatable, thanks to a year of lockdowns across the globe.
It's probably fair to assume that there are loads of people rocking pretty ridiculous hairdos right now. And while there are many of you who managed to use the time being cooped up indoors to get hench, some of us survived by eating platefuls of pasta. Everyone's different, folks...
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