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Students Die Of Laughter After Classmate Wears ‘BC Dad’ Shirt At Tailgate

Students Die Of Laughter After Classmate Wears ‘BC Dad’ Shirt At Tailgate

Campus CultureSports September 18, 2022 The New England Classic

Ina Vator (CSON ’24), sent shockwaves through the Mod Lot during this weekend’s tailgates by premiering her most avant-garde, commentorial outfit to date. What... Students Die Of Laughter After Classmate Wears ‘BC Dad’ Shirt At Tailgate

MOD LOT — After BC Football’s shameful losses to Rutgers and Virginia Tech, fans assumed that there was nothing left to possibly surprise them on gameday. However, one brave student dared to take a risk this past Saturday that would change BC gamedays forever.

Ina Vator (CSON ’24), sent shockwaves through the Mod Lot during this weekend’s tailgates by premiering her most avant-garde, commentorial outfit to date. What could this outfit possibly be, you ask? Vator’s renaissance of fashion and comedy was brought about by her shirt: a maroon ‘Boston College Dad’ shirt, artfully crafted into a tube top that looks like it could fall off at any second. She tastefully accentuated this piece with a never-before-seen white Lululemon tennis skirt and an exclusive-drop pair of Nike AF1s.

Upon seeing her outfit, several students had to be escorted away from the tailgate in order to receive medical attention from laughing too hard. One lucky survivor, Synn Sere (MCAS ’25), recounted the experience to us:

“It was stunning. Like nothing I’ve ever seen before. You see, the beauty of this getup was that the shirt said ‘BC Dad’, but she is a 20 year old woman, so obviously there’s no way that she’s really dad. So it’s funny because it’s like ‘hello? You’re literally not a dad but your shirt says otherwise?’ Funniest shit I’ve ever seen. She really-” At this point, his statement was cut short as he began to enter another dangerous fit of extreme laughter.

At press time, the Classic was unable to get a hold of Vator, as she has been swamped with calls from Comedy Central, Vogue, and whoever runs the Met Gala since the debut of her iconic outfit.