Wait. In the after picture you look... like maybe you gained a little... wait... hold on... https://t.co/1JnS4ZVycD chris pratt (@prattprattpratt)

Pratt pretended not to get the dig at first, saying: "Wait. In the after picture you look... like maybe you gained a little... wait... hold on..."

Bautista was, in all likelihood, aping a reverse of the transformation that Pratt underwent prior to starring in Guardians of the Galaxy; best known as the loveable schlub Andy Dwyer in NBC's Parks & Recreation, he lost weight and got ripped to play Peter Quill in the Marvel franchise . He has since become known for his intense workouts and unconventional diets , posting motivational videos to Instagram and challenging fans to make the most of their fitness journey .

Although if Bautista's joke is anything to go by, Pratt still loves the occasional snack on set. The tweet came a day after Pratt responded to a Men's Health UK story, in which a fan named Andy Beal shared the progress he made after working out like the actor for six months. "Wow! Keep up the great work Andy," Pratt said. We all need a kick in the butt from time to time. Honored my story motivated you! You have in turn inspired me."

Wow! Keep up the great work Andy. We all need a kick in the butt from time to time. Honored my story motivated you! You have in turn inspired me. https://t.co/7ojMWd60qa chris pratt (@prattprattpratt)

Maybe Bautista was hoping to get similar praise from Pratt... Or maybe, just maybe, he was just trolling his friend and coworker.