“WHO’S YA DADDY?”

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Apr. 9, 2017 — Ludovic Lito, 23, sells fried dough at the “Daddy’s Fried Dough” station in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. He said he used to work with some headphones on, from which he could listen to his favorite French rap songs and electronic music. “Today is just so crazy,” Lito said, “I almost sold all the doughs I prepared.” Lito works at the station three days a week. Photo by Shijie Ye.

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Apr. 9, 2017 — Ludovic Lito, right, 23, makes three fried doughs for customers in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. Originally from Belgium, Lito came to the United States three years ago. He said he works at the fried dough station every Friday and weekends. “During weekdays I’m a sophomore studying global business at Suffolk University,” he said.  Photo by Shijie Ye. 

week8-1Apr. 9, 2017 — Ludovic Lito, 23, works at the fried dough station in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. The station is located near the gate of the park. Lito said there are two “Daddy’s Fried Dough” stations in Boston Common. “I usually come here around 10:30 in the morning and stay until all of the doughs are sold,” Lito said. Photo by Shijie Ye.

week8-3Apr. 9, 2017 — Ludovic Lito, 23, puts powdered sugar on three doughs for a kid and his Dad at the “Daddy’s Fried Dough” station in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. Instead of putting a certain amount, Lito ask customers to tell him when to stop putting the sugar. “I just think it’s fun,” Lito said. Photo by Shijie Ye. 

week8-1-2Apr. 9, 2017 — Dough samples on display at the “Daddy’s Fried Dough” station in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. “I made doughs with four flavors: strawberry, peach, blueberry and powdered sugar,” said Ludovic Lito, the seller at the station. Lito is from Belgium and came to the United States three years ago. He said he works on Friday and weekends and studies as a student at Suffolk University. Photo by Shijie Ye. 

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