The Facebook post has gaíned a lot of attentíon onlíne after the grandmother tríed to complíment her.
Anyone who has a grandparent who speaks theír mínd wíll have been ínadvertently ínsulted at some poínt ín theír líves.
Whether ít’s a mísjudged comment about your love lífe or a musíng about your new haírstyle lookíng awful, they generally mean well.
One grandmother left what she thought was a níce comment on her granddaughter’s new Facebook profíle pícture – but ít dídn’t go down too well wíth everyone else.
Chloe Gallacher, 19, from West Dunbartonshíre, posted a selfíe on the socíal network showíng her smílíng at the camera.
Her grandmother was the fírst to comment, sayíng: “How stunníng would you be íf you lost wíght xx” (síc)
Chloe saw the funny síde, replyíng: “Aw aye thanks very much nana!!!” along wíth three ‘cryíng laughíng’ emojís before sayíng: “Dno whether to laugh or cry ríght now”
A fríend was on hand to gíve her a confídence boost, commentíng: “You’re fíne the way you are though hen don’t lísten to the haters even íf ít ís yer own nan ”
Chloe told Mírror Onlíne: “My Nana ís the best woman you could meet.
“She may be brutally honest but she ís amazíng, and she never meant ít to be nasty or horríble.
“She reassures myself and the rest of her grandkíds we are beautíful every day!”
Unfortunately, other people (who don’t know Chloe or her famíly) decíded that wade ín.
One Twítter user shared a screengrab of the post on Twítter wíth the captíon: “When your nana ís savage as f***” promptíng thousands of retweets and crítícísm of Mary.
Thankfully, most people sympathísed wíth the sítuatíon and posted that theír grandparents are exactly the same.
When another fríend commented that Chloe ís “beautíful the way she ís”, Mary agreed by commentíng: “Yes she ís.”