Never mind the ubiquitous 'you have as many hours in a day as Beyoncé' quote that has cluttered your Instagram feed and has been preached to you more times than you care to remember.
'You have as many hours in a day as Margot Robbie' should be the new mantra which sees you commiting to that extra Pilates class.
It's been an undoubtedly busy year for the actress, who stars as Harley Quinn in the long-awaited Suicide Squad (to be released on August 5th). First came her portrayal of Jane in Tarzan which is still in cinemas; now, she's gearing up for a lead role in thriller Terminal... Oh, and she's casually dished out almost 50 tattoos to her friends!
The revelation came during an interview on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon where Margot admitted that she bought her tattoo gun on eBay and wasn't 100% sure if she needed a licence...
'I don’t know what the rules are, but you can buy a tattoo gun on eBay!' she told the Fallon, 'And I mean, if you've got someone who's willing to let you tattoo them then, I guess, like, we just went ahead and did it.'
Margot then admitted that she’s getting 'a lot worse' at the whole tattooing thing, proving the London-based actress to be totally #relatable since 2013.
Despite the admission, co-star and BFF Cara Delevingne is rather trusting of Margot's artistry and recently documented their matching 'toemoji' tatts in a #tbt pic. A term coined by Margot herself, 'toemojis' is the fine art of tattoing a face on the bottom of one's toe, as you can see below.
Kudos to Margot not letting her Harley Quinn costume hinder the process...
Last year, Margot famously gave the Suicide Squad cast and crew matching tattoos, which made our work bonding days look incredibly dull in comparison. She opted for the purposefully misspelled 'SKWAD' which has yet to become mainstream like previous celebrity-inspired tattoos (note: Pammy Anderson's barbed wire and Sienna Miller's star design).
Despite the touching sentiment, the Harley Quinn actress admitted she made an error on her first 'victim' by accidentally spelling it 'SWAD'. Two wrongs make a right? Maybe?
See the tattoo revelation from The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon below: