Sick: Private Snapchat Story Reveals Girl Abroad Is Having Sex
WESTERN EUROPE — With a plethora of juniors spending their Fall semester abroad, private snapchat stories have seen an exponential growth despite becoming largely obsolete since 2019. Broadcasting their sick experiences, like clubbing in Spanish cities, speaking exclusively English to locals, and definitely NOT longing to attend tailgates, students studying abroad have taken the opportunity to flex on all their America-bound friends.
“Yeah, Europe has honestly changed me,” said Jill Us (MCAS ’24) when interviewed by the Classic. “I’m in a program with about 50 other BC students and it’s honestly been so nice to have a community abroad. It’s so comforting to be able to make passing eye contact with someone I barely know from freshman orientation when I’m feeling homesick. Nobody ever really talks about the difficulty of moving to a brand new city [for 3 months] with cultural norms that are strikingly similar to the ones you’ve experienced for the entirety of your life. That being said, I think I’ve adjusted really well. I keep getting mistaken for a local; a tacky American tourist couple even asked me for directions the other day.”
What’s more, in an incredibly subtle and charming fashion, Us has made a point of keeping in touch with her BC best friends who she will not see again until August of 2023 via private snapchat story. Most notably, she has decided to share intimate details about her sex life and substance use on a nightly basis, broadcasting from CrAcKhEaD CoRnEr.
Connie Fused (MCAS ’24), Us’ subletter, spoke on the sort of content she wakes up to each morning on the dying social media app.
“Most often, it’s about 200 seconds of flashing lights and loud music coupled with blurry selfies,” Fused said. “The captions tend to be about how many times guys asked her for her WhatsApp number, at which point she has to explain she can’t respond unless she’s on wifi. It’s also a ton of her snorting completely safe and reasonably priced drugs off a baby changing station in the bathroom of a club in Madrid, mixed in with some random Italian slang she definitely uses incorrectly.”
Fused, who “totally didn’t even want to go abroad, can you imagine missing Convocation??” claims Us’ behavior has inspired her to revamp her private story to broadcast footage of overcrowded off-campus basements and movie nights at 2k to show Us the riveting college life she’s missing back home.
At press time, international students seeking an authentic BC cultural experience were seen screaming their regrets outside of the Circle.