Hey, everybody! Do you know what time it is?!
That's right, it's "You write the &%#* post, john!!" time!
So, uh, yeah.
Let's see... I need something really easy to write so I can go back to playing my video game. (Those aliens aren't gonna kill themselves!)
Right, how about some wedding missed marks? Or as I like to call them, "Let's have an Epcot in the comments about getting what you paid for!"
Ooh, pretty. Of course, this cake was on MarthaStewart.com so it was probably made with platinum shavings and unicorn tears.
Now let's see what Patty I. ended up with.
(On a side note, all I can hear as I write this is the MarioKart music as Jen vanquishes her little cartoon foes. That and the occasional, "In YOUR FACE, Donkey Kong!!")
No lie, this is one of my favorite cakes in our library. And please note that it's made with fondant.
Or as Buddy would call it, Fahn Dahn.
Now, people often complain that Missed Marks always have a fondant inspiration cake with an all-buttercream wreck, which is why they're so horrifically bad. So for a better comparison, here's Tina M's resulting cake which was made with fondant:
It's like apples and pigeons.
(I'm now laughing maniacally at my own joke. I think I'm tired.)
I can't think of anything funny to say about this next cake. So instead, I'll just sing a song that's currently stuck in my head.
"You're BEAUtiful! You're BEAUtiful! You're BEAUtiful - it's true!"
"La, la, la, something WHAT to do."
Aaand, that's all I know.
Also, I'd like to apologize to Michael and Stephanie for taking 4 years to post your cake. I overslept.
This next inspiration cake is awesome:
Huh. Maybe this one is my favorite. Maybe I just like blue. I'm so confused.
Never mind. So let's analyze the incredible complexity and skill required to make the gorgeous design above:
Step 1. Make a three-tiered round cake.
Step 2. Stick blue circles on it.
Aaand let's see how Serena P.'s bakers did!
Well, that's all the time I have, since I'm pretty sure I just heard a Wii remote hit the wall. And that's never good. ("Oh no, Luigi lose! MAMA!")
So, until next time, be thankful that Jen writes this blog.