IF we were to believe every romantic comedy we watched growing up, then skinny girls are the only ones who ever get to experience true love while beautiful plus-sized ladies are always an afterthought.
Luckily, this just isn't the case in real life – and knights in shining armours aren't solely reserved for those who look like they could play the lead in a noughties chick flick.
One person who knows a little something about this is TikTok user Sammy Brown.
In a series of viral videos, the plus-size social media star explained how she's previously been bullied because of her weight – but is now in a relationship with a solid "12 out of 10".
After sharing a clip of her and her long-term boyfriend chilling on the sofa, the 30-year-old urged her followers to "embrace their curves".
She wrote: "When everyone you went to school with thought you'd be sad and lonely because you were fat.
"But you've been dating a 20/10 for the past six years."
In Sammy's initial clip, the couple are enjoying a low-key night in when her boyfriend turned to her and gave her a cheeky wink.
And in less than 24 hours, it's already racked up over 2.3m views – and fans said it was clear how much her boyfriend loves her.
One replied: "This look was just… so pure. So much love."
"I see two beautiful people," another added. "He's lucky to have you."
Meanwhile, a third gushed: "Girl he did that – like he is the one dating a 12/10."
But like with anything on social media, the videos sadly opened Sammy up to trolls who claimed her boyfriend was "punching".
In response to a user who cruelly claimed her partner's looks were her "personality trait", Sammy hit back with: "What, it's 'bad' because I'm proud of my partner?!"
And while others commented that Sammy's boyfriend had jumped from a "12 out of 10" to a 20 in the space of two videos, she joked: "He upped his game!!"
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