As we recently found out on the Graham Norton Show, Margot Robbie is a pioneer of the "toe-moji" tattoo movement.

While filming Suicide Squad, in which Robbie played Harley Quinn, the actress began tattooing her fellow cast members. Supermodel-turned-actress Cara Delevingne, who played the part of "Enchantress," received what Robbie describes as a "toe-moji" tattoo, basically a smiley on the bottom of her big toe.

On the show, Robbie claimed to have done around 100 tattoos and jumped at the opportunity to ink up a member of the production team.

Watch the video above.

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