Nicola Sturgeon's pose as she signed her letter asking for a second independence referendum couldn't have been more different from Theresa May's as she signed the Article 50 letter.
Curled on the sofa like a satisfied cat, with her feet up and a beverage resting on the table next to her, she smiled as she signed the letter which could cause a huge headache for the UK Government.
Many on social media have imagined what the contents of the letter say, and wondered if she purposefully posed so casually to irritate the Prime Minister.
Pleased Scots referred to the letter and pose as "absolute patter", while others derided her casual approach.
Some imagined what the letter might say...
Just got sent the section 30 letter pic.twitter.com/xsxD4aML3n— Liam O'Hare (@Liam_O_Hare) March 30, 2017
And what Mrs May's response may be
Theresa May's reply to Nicola Sturgeon's Section 30 letter is pretty blunt pic.twitter.com/cjziFRb2Zv— Charlie (@chralie) March 30, 2017
And Ruth Davidson made a comparison Nicola Sturgeon may not enjoy
Well, you know what they say about imitation and flattery.... pic.twitter.com/R7SltrrWjW— Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) March 30, 2017