I'm a hot carpenter – trolls tell me it's not a girl's job, but I look amazing in my work clothes | The Sun

A WOMAN who works as a carpenter hits back at trolls who say it is not a 'girl's job'and says she looks great in her work outfit.

TikToker Lauren Larsen admits that she was worried about her career path at first but she is now happy with her choice.




She shared a video on TikTok where she is wearing her orange and blue work uniform while in other snaps she wears shorts, a hoodie and boots.

She wrote in the caption: "You start a carpentry apprenticeship at 19."

Her followers praised her for her stunning looks and many shared their experiences from working in the trade.

One TikToker said: "This is what I always wanted to do but was so sacred that I would be judged" to which Lauren replied: "I was worried too!

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"But the way I see it- you’re gonna get judged no matter what you do… so you may as well be enjoying it."

Another one said: "honestly i wanna know how you got into it because i'm lost and i want to start carpentry soon."

Someone wrote: "Yess more girls in the trade industry! I’m a sparkie apprentice."

One added: "I am a female concreter! I love to see us showing how capable we are!"

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It comes as a female soldier has revealed what she looks like off duty and said her fans go crazy.

This female electrician says men are always saying inappropriate things about her work gear.

And this dairy farmer said men ask to marry her when they see her at work.

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