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Laura Woods has absolutely destroyed a keyboard warrior on Twitter after the user asked her when she is "joining Brazzers."
The 31-year-old presenter initially posted a picture of her speaking with Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola for Sky Sports, only for Twitter user Tom to send out the tweet to her.
"When are you joining Brazzers, Laura?" Tom asked.
Well, Woods noticed the tweet and decided to respond in the best way imaginable.
"When your mum makes space for the rest of us," she wrote.
Ouch. That has to burn.
Unsurprisingly, football fans have loved every moment of her response.
"Probably my favourite tweet of 2019 so far," one Twitter user wrote.
Another said: "This is class. Listened to [Laura Woods] talking last night about how personal tweets can affect her and famous people like they do you [sic] average person, this is the perfect response!"
A third wrote: "What a comeback."
A fourth added: "Fair play. This is outstanding."
You can see some of the other responses below, all of which are told through the delightful use of GIFs.
Of course, Woods has previously spoken about the impact of social media, specifically when it comes to people questioning a woman's ability to work in the sport.
"Social media will tell you all the time you're there because you're a woman, you're this, you're that. But if that was the case, I would have broken into presenting ten years ago," she told the Daily Mirror.
"It took me ten years to work to get to this point. People aren't just going to put you on screen if you don't know what you're talking about.
"You have to work equally as hard as men, and in areas harder because the audience is going to be tough on you because there's a level of [scepticism] as some may assume you don't know what you're talking about or you're there to balance the books.
"Ultimately, that just makes me work harder. If that's what I need to gain your respect, I'll keep working hard, I think it makes me a better presenter, makes me a better researcher and it makes me work harder.
"I don't mind the scrutiny. The criticism can sometimes be hard to take but again that's something that pushes you on as well and you have to take social media with a pinch of salt. You can't base your whole life on how you're based on social media.
"Don't get me wrong, it's nice when you read something that's a compliment. Of course, it's going to be an ego boost but, at the same time, you've got someone who doesn't think you've done a very good job.
"But the people that matter to me are the people who have faith in me and have put me in this position because they've seen how hard I work."
What did you make of her response?
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