Photo: Courtesy, Lucero Ibarra.
One of the most recent graduates of Texas State University is not naming no names, but laughing at the bakers who ruined the Bobcats themed cake he ordered for his graduation party.
"PLEASE, look at this cake that we received for my #txst graduation party," said Lucero Ibarra in a viral tweet now that shows the vanilla dessert and half-butter buttercream she bought for the January 5 meeting to celebrate its December Achievement.
Centered in the middle of the white glaze is a silhouette of what was supposed to be Boko the Bobcat, the school mascot, but instead it looked like that some online commentators compared with a "chupacabra" or Pumba the "Lion King" movie.
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Ibarra refused to identify the Liberty grocery store where he ordered the cake and said he did not complain about his purchase. She said that when her mother showed the cake to the workers a few days before, they said they had never heard of San Marcos University
"They are little old ladies who have only written 'happy birthday' in cakes for years, so I'm not going to complain about the wildcat," he said.
Despite the odd mascot, endearingly called "Bob Bob," the 22-year-old said the cake was a hit and gave some good laughs to her group of friends and family .
"We cut that cake," he said, adding that he thought "Bob Bob" looked like a screaming goat.
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Strangers online shattered the attempt to create a Bobcat head. Ibarra's tweet has accumulated more than 19,000 "likes" and 3,000 retweets.
Ibarra, who graduated with a mass communication degree, joked that producing his first piece of viral content is the beginning of his career in the field.
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