San Diego woman with one arm goes viral on Tinder
Lauren, 21, from San Diego, California, changed her Tinder bio a couple of days ago to say that she is an 'arms dealer'', and a screengrab of her profile has since gone viral/
A woman who only has one arm has captivated the hearts of thousands after joking that she is an 'arms dealer' in her genius Tinder profile.
Lauren, 21, from San Diego, California, lost her right arm after being flung off a moped about a year ago. A few days ago, she became an online star when she got drunk and changed her Tinder bio to make it clear that she has one limb — and one amazing sense of humor.
In addition to stating that she is an 'arms dealer', Lauren added that she is 'hands down the best catch on Tinder', rating her 'arms 1/2' and her 'personality 20/10'.
Winning personality: Lauren, 21, has become an online star after she joking called herself an 'arms dealer' in her Tinder bio
Amazing sense of humor: Lauren, who lost her arm last year, added that she is 'hands down the best catch on Tinder', rating her 'arms 1/2' and her 'personality 20/10'.
Screenshots of her Tinder profile were shared across numerous social media platforms and quickly went viral.
On Saturday, she admitted on Twitter that she didn't even really remember writing it, tweeting: 'I wrote this bio blacked out and woke up to it posted everywhere.'
The Twitter account Meme God shared a photo of her bio on Tuesday, writing: 'I can already tell she has the best personality by her job title.'
'She has the best personality': A screengrab of her Tinder bio has since gone viral after it was shared by numerous social media outlets, including the Twitter account Meme God
Love at first sight: Jeremy Wolfe tweeted that he wanted to marry Lauren 'like right now'
'I like her': Men and women alike have been praising Lauren for her stellar sense of humor
She won't be single for long: Lauren has also gotten a few marriage proposals in the process
Inspiring: Lauren lost her right arm in a moped accident last year, and people appreciated her ability to joke about herself
Fan club: One person declared that Lauren 'won Tinder' with her clever bio
can't get enough: Lauren commented on Meme God's post using yet another pun
The tweet has been liked more than 55,000 times in addition to it being retweeted by over 14,500 people.
And if Lauren was hoping her new Tinder bio would get people to swipe right, it has worked.
'I want to marry her? Like right now,' Jeremy Wolfe wrote, and he wasn't the only one to profess his love in the comments section.
Loving it: Some people shared memes to show their reactions to Lauren's humorous bio
healthy outlet: Lauren explained that joking about the loss of her arm on social media helped her to come to terms with what happened. She shared this photo on Twitter in March
'I'm being completely honest': Last month, Lauren said she doesn't use the clapping emoji because she can't clap
Hilarious: A few days later, Lauren said she was in the ocean and told a child a shark bit her arm off
'Marry me,' another guy added, while someone else said: 'I love that she has a sense of humor and that she can joke about herself.'
And one person declared that 'this girl won Tinder'.
Even Lauren got in on the fun, commenting: 'I get no credit for being this humerus.'
Lauren told BuzzFeed that she lost control of her moped and flew off, hitting a sign that sliced off her arm. A police officer who arrived on the scene tied a tourniquet, ultimately saving her life.
Found a friend: Other photos see Lauren meeting a one-armed dog named Thor
Helping: Lauren frequently shares photos of herself online following the accident, and people who are also missing limbs or are disabled often message her to thank her for sharing
She explained that joking about the loss of her arm on social media helped her to come to terms with what happened.
'I don't use the clapping emoji cos I can't clap and I'm being completely honest,' she tweeted in July.
Lauren has also shared plenty of beautiful pictures of herself since the accident, including one of her with a one-armed dog.
'I have never really hid it,' she said. 'People don’t see that very often, so a lot of people DM me to tell me it’s really helpful to them, people who are also missing limbs or are disabled.'