You can always count on Yandy.com to bring you the sexy Halloween costume you never knew you needed (probably because you really don’t). From Mr. Rogers to fake news, the online retailer regularly does the most when it comes to ridiculous outfits.
However, their latest offering of the sexy college admissions scandal costume might just take the cake.
If you’ve been living under a rock and you’re not familiar with the college admission scandals, it basically centers on celebrities like Full House alum Lori Loughlin and Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman paying Ivy League universities tons of money in “donations” to ensure their underachieving kids would be able to attend. Why wouldn’t you turn that into a costume?
In today’s edition of WTF?!? I just saw a “sexy” College admissions scandal Halloween costume.
— Sam Corwin (@SamanthaCorwin) October 3, 2019
“Oops, you can’t always trust those motherly instincts. Turns out fame and intelligence don’t go hand in hand!” the product description reads.
This revolting ‘costume’ goes to show if there’s a buck to be made from criminal behavior, some will find a way to profit from it. Just abhorrent. Capitalism at work. https://t.co/VGUGtz4duq
— Susan LaDuke (@Sjladuke75Susan) October 3, 2019
“Bribe your way to the admissions office and score the ultimate scholarly achievement (the best mom award!) in this exclusive College Scandal costume featuring a red-orange crop top with ‘INMATE’ printed in black, ‘MOM OF THE YEAR’ printed in white and crossed out, fitted long sleeves, and matching high waisted pants with an elastic waist and ‘Yandy University’ printed in black. Can’t row your way out of this one!”
Lock it up. https://t.co/csNxrb1CFG
— Tim Rostan. (@mrtgr) October 3, 2019
This is literally just a pair of bright orange leggings and a crop top with some cheap iron-on decals on it that they’ve somehow called a costume.
Also, I’m not sure who the intended customer is here. Do 21-year-old girls think, “Damn, that college admissions scandal is so cool—I wish there was a costume of this, but a sexy one”? Somehow, I doubt it.
Is this costume a crime? https://t.co/Z3bn5UozF6
— Nicole Lyn Pesce (@PesceNic) October 3, 2019