When Halloween rolls around every year, people with a particular talent with make-up can make it seem like their hand has been skewered with a nail or been infected with a particularly bad batch of a zombie virus. Some people are horrendously talented and thoroughly enjoy scaring the shit out of people every year.
But then there are some people who work with the body that they have and make the best costume they can.
Lauren is the perfect example of that.
The 21-year-old lost her arm in a pretty bad moped accident, but she has the opportunity to incorporate that into a potential Halloween costume to give people a decent fright. She says it's the first time she's done anything with her stub since the accident.
Plenty of her near 43,000 followers reckon she'd definitely win 'Best Dressed', with one user saying: "She saw the opportunity and she took it. What a queen." Another wrote: "Omg yes the perfect Halloween costume."
Speaking about her accident to Buzzfeed, Lauren said: "I was going pretty fast on a moped and lost control of it, and I hit the median in the road. I flew off and hit a sign and it sliced my arm off. I stayed conscious the whole time."
While it is a daily reminder of the horrific crash, the young woman insists it doesn't define her, saying: "I have never really hid it. 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."
She went viral two months ago when people discovered her Tinder bio - which was all types of amazing. She's claimed her job is an arms dealer and that she's 'hands down the best catcher on Tinder'.
Lauren rates her features: "Face 10/10, body 9/10, personality 20/10, arms 1/2."
"People always respond like, 'Oh, I feel bad for laughing'," she said. "And I'm like, 'No! I think it's funny...I made it'."
The 21-year-old has started a GoFundMe page to try and pay for a bionic arm. She's raised an incredible $33,770 (£25,482) in just over a year. In the post, she writes: "I created this because of how incredibly expensive bionic arms are, especially if you don't have very good health insurance.
"I've been thinking about this a lot lately and how significantly it would improve my life.
"I am not ashamed of my injury and I've always embraced it, but I'd like to have an arm back, any arm."