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Commotion: Overjoyed Father Gets Stranded at His Daughter’s University and Decides to Torment Her by Following Her to Class Before This Happened

A father is buzzing on social media after he did an unbelievable thing after he reportedly followed her to college.

The excited dad with the daughter in class
The disastrous Hurricane Harvey which destroyed homes has become a source of happiness for a family after a man pulled an incredible stunt after visiting the daughter’s university.
According to a story by Omete Anassi, the dad who was supposed to fly into Houston after he dropped off his daughter at the college couldn’t make it back and decided to attend lectures with his daughter.
The dad who smiled sheepishly during the encounter had live discussions with the family while narrating the ordeal to the family.
Omete Anassi posted a viral tweet showing his dad sitting in his sister’s class for her first lecture.

“My pops can’t fly back to Houston ’cause of the hurricane, so he going to grad school with my sister. She pissed,” he wrote.
Anassi shared a screenshot of his father’s conversation with them on their family group chat.

“In class called oral history @ new school. Kerubo behind me,” the father wrote, sharing the hilarious selfie of him in class with his daughter.
His daughter then begs him in the group to leave her class and asks her mother for help.
“Get out before we start. Go. Mummy come get him,” the daughter wrote. Her brother’s only response is “HAHAHAH POSTING EVERYWHERE.”
“Seriously, he needs to leave now,” the embarrassed daughter continues writing. “He’s stayed for the intro and has a syllabus. And he won’t leave. He’s distracting me.”
The tweet now has almost 100,000 likes and over 30,000 retweets. Another woman who is experiencing the same thing wrote that her mom also ended up stranded on her campus, so she’s lounging in her room with a glass of wine.

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