The TikToker known as ‘Trinity Eclectic’ went to the social media platform to explain things to her 180,000 followers.
At the start of the short clip she can be seen sitting on the floor wearing a black, cut-off t-shirt with her tattoos.
The ink covers her arms and most of her legs. She even has one across her forehead along with a star on her cheek.
The voiceover on the film says: “What do you do for a living?”
It then says: “I don’t work.”
The voiceover then adds: “So what do you do during the day?” with the reply being “nothing”.
The follow-up question is: “You don’t wanna work?” with the answer being a simple “no”.
Trinity’s clip has gained more than 100 comments with opinion sharply divided.
One person wrote: “Takes people’s taxes.”
However, some supported her with one adding: “In other words, everybody’s dream.”
And a fourth chipped in with: “Gorgeous lady. Love your tattoos.”
Earlier this month, a mum-of-seven with her face covered in tattoos said that no one would give her a job and that she was being treated unfairly.
Melissa Sloan, 46, is plastered from head to toe in colourful ink – including Playboy bunnies, the Kray twins and cartoon marijuana leaves – but thinks employers wrongly assume she would be unprofessional.
Meanwhile, in February a woman with a face tattoo said she is constantly told it would prevent her from getting a job.
Sophia Karisma who goes by s0phiawiddah0ss has a small heart shaped tattoo on her cheek.
Elsewhere, a heavily tattooed woman revealed what she wore in the office to keep her inkings from showing.
She took to her Mrs Inked UK TikTok page to share a video of herself in her work get up – an H&M long-sleeved blouse, olive trousers also from H&M and New Look boots.