Too often I've been accused of making you readers hungry with my steady parade of candy-coated misspellings and butchered bakery goods.
Well, NO MORE!
Or at least not for today.
Here, I'll ease you in slowly, in case you're mid coffee-sip:
This is your spleen...or possibly a giant tumor...on cupcakes.
I've been told there are no accidents in life; only learning experiences. If that's true, then we're all about to learn something very important:
Some bakers get sick if you feed them too many mini-marshmallows.
Also, we're not hungry. No, none of us. Now go away. Shoo.
Before you ask, this "cake" was being served at a buffet restaurant, and no, that's not mold:
It just looks like mold. Thereby saving the establishment literally dozens of dollars in their dessert budget, I'm sure. (Reminds me of the restaurant with candy sprinkles on their sushi rolls. Hey... do you think it's the same place?)
I'm not really sure what's happening in there, but it's a safe bet you're not getting your little plastic purse back.
The tag on this next one says, "Freshly made in store by our bakers."
And thank goodness for that! There's just nothing worse than stale vomit from some factory, am I right?
Also...are those...olives? (Deep breaths, Jen...deep...breaths...)
Baker by day, retirement-center barber by night?
Ok, I just made MYSELF gag. Urg. And no, I don't know what the "hair" is really. Let's just try not to think about it too hard, okay?
Hey, now, WHAT DID I JUST SAY?
Ah, well, don't worry. Someone'll just stick that on the clearance rack later.
You know, once it cools.
Thanks to Rob A., Emily F., Dani S., Andrea & Anne Marie, Mim & Vince, Lisa D., & Regina G. for the up
lifting chucking experience. Who's hungry now, bee-yotches? HUH?