This is 18-year-old Jacob Koscinski from Charleston, South Carolina.
Jacob recently graduated from a Christian homeschooling program, which saw him take a number of honor classes at local schools. He finished with an amazing 4.79 GPA.
To celebrate his achievement, mom Cara organized a big graduation party Saturday to follow the school association's ceremony.
On Thursday, she went to the website for her local Publix supermarket and purchased a special $70 graduation-themed cake.
But there was one problem: the Publix online ordering system didn't like the word "cum" on the cake — as in, "summa cum laude."
For those of you with filthy minds, in Latin, "cum" means "with." The academic phrase "summa cum laude" means "with the highest distinction."
When Cara tried to write "cum" online, it was replaced with a dash by the Publix website, so she left a message in the Special Instructions explaining the Latin phrase. "The system is mistaking the word 'cum' for something inappropriate vs. Latin," she wrote.
And yet when her husband picked up the cake on Saturday, the "cum" had once again been censored. "We stared at the cake and it was shocking," Cara told BuzzFeed News. "We had no idea it was going to say dot dot dot."
"Of course, my poor mother is in her 70s and had no idea what that word meant," she said.
And so it fell upon Jacob to have a very awkward conversation with his grandmother about the other meaning of the word "cum."
"I tried to break down what the word meant and she was open-mouthed the entire time," Jacob said. "I had this humiliated look on my face."
"It was a really funny experience to have," he said.
Cara telephoned the store to speak with a manager, who she said didn't understand the Latin meaning of the word either. "He said, 'You have to understand I get all these ignorant requests for cakes,'" she told BuzzFeed News.
Cara posted about the cake drama on Facebook, where her post was shared hundreds of times and soon drew the attention of local, and then national, media.
"We're laughing because we did not expect the whole graduation to be talked about this way," she said.