Ever wonder how a wreck gets ordered?
"I'd like a dragon cake, and could you have it breathing flame onto the cake board?"
"...And her name is Jayce. Like Joyce, but with an 'a,' not an 'o.'"
(For the longest time I couldn't figure out what "a-noPanO" meant. Finally I gave up and looked up the original e-mail.)
"Oh, you're writing this down? Great. Just write, 'Good luck, Kim.' And in big letters, could you add 'Have fun!' on the form, too? Thanks!"
"I'd like it to say, 'Thank you, Lord.' Just put 'Thank you' on one side of the cross, and 'Lord' on the other."
(I don't think the wreckerator understands the true gravity of this situation.)
It turns out that in this bakery, a picture is only worth five words.
Thanks to Abigail, Jim K., Nikolaos J., Misty K., & Kelly C., who was secretly hoping for an "Under Neat That" on the last cake. Weren't you, Kelly? It's ok, you can admit it; I was, too.