"Excuse me, Ma'am, is this your cake?"
"Well, I'm going to have to confiscate it."
"This so-called 'frosting' is clearly a 'gel' and therefore threatens national security. Move along.
"Whoah, whoah, whoah. Sir, I'm going to have to take that delicious-looking...er...I mean, that dangerous looking Santa cake.
"It looks suspicious."
"But food is allowed through security!"
"Yes, but this obviously isn't 'food.' It's some kind of weapon. And I'm hungry.
"Oh, did I say that last bit out loud? Haha, silly me. NEXT.
[munching] "So, what have we here?"
"Just a little gift for the family back home."
"I'm sorry, but there's no way for me to know that's really a cake and not some kind of zombie snowman capable of terrorizing your fellow passengers. I'll have to take it off your hands."
"No, look! I can take a bite! See? Yummy cake!"
"Nice try, terrorist. Now we'll have to extract that. Sergeant? Take him away. (But leave the cake.) NEXT.
"No, no, I'm sorry, animals aren't allowed."
"It's a reindeer CAKE."
"We can't be too careful.
"Hold up there, Miss. Do you have a permit R2D2C3PO for that item?"
"There's no such thing!"
"Of course there is, Miss, and I'm the official gingerbread cake confiscator." [flashing badge]
"Did you...did you just flash a Subway rewards card at me?"
"Yes, you did!"
"No, I didn't. Gimmie the cake."
"So I guess you'll be taking my cake, too, then?"
"Nope, that one looks perfectly harmless. Have a nice flight!"
Thanks to Mark & CJ, Naureen, Kelly D., Brooke F., Kittie L., Sandy K., and the TSA, who really have started confiscating cupcakes because the frosting is a "gel." Enjoy those flights, everyone.