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What's a Wreck?

A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate - you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it's simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons. Anyone who has ever smeared frosting on a baked good has made a Wreck at one time or another, so I'm not here to vilify decorators: Cake Wrecks is just about finding the funny in unexpected, sugar-filled places.

Now, don't you have a photo you want to send me? ;)

- Jen
Tuesday
Apr012014

CAKE WREXXX!!

WARNING: Today's post is slightly less-than-safe for work, and probably not safe for kids.
(And there was much rejoicing.)

 

After nearly six years of finding new and creative euphemisms for poo, I think I've finally figured out what internet people really want.

"'Sup?"

And not JUST turkey wangs, either!

They also like a little of this:

 

And this:

 

And - oh yes - THIS:

Mmmm. Boxy.

 

So today marks another milestone in Cake Wrecks' history. Today, CW's hotter older sister site, Cake WreXXX.com, goes live. That's right, all the not-safe-for-work, do-you-see-what-I-see, mind-in-the-gutter hilarity of erotic - or unintentionally erotic - cakes gone awry now has a home of its very own.

Think you can handle it??

 

"HULK EXCITED!!"

Aren't we all, Hulk. Aren't we all.

 

So if you want to be terrified of the human body:

 

Or just swear off chocolate sprinkles for life:

 

Then GUESS WHAT DAY IT IS!

That's right: CAMEL TOE DAY!!

 

So hide your kids, hide your wives, and head on over to CAKE WREXXX, where runny white icing is the new chocolate poo-swirl. [evil grin]

 

Thanks to Lauren A., Amanda L., Laura R., Jen H., Kristen M., Mark F., Alisha E., Jane A., & Shelby R. for the five-gallon drum of eye bleach I'm going to need to sort all these new submissions. [whimper]

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Monday
Mar312014

A Failure To Communicate, Part 48

There's something really beautiful about one person looking into another's eyes and saying, "I understand you."

And then the other person being all, "Then why did you write 'Au Caps' on my cake when I asked for it in all caps??"

As you can see, that was not the case.

[sound of pin dropping]

Ahem.

 

Granted, 99.99% of the time it's "Happy Birthday," but no no, bakers, I'm SURE that's right:

So Hill Birthday, Jill. HILL BIRTHDAY.

 

For an office retirement party Davis asked the baker to write all the retiree names around the cake randomly:

"No, YOU'RE out of order!!"

Fortunately Davis tells me they were still able to "enjou" the cake.

 

And lastly, my new favorite cake puzzle! Let's see if you can decipher what it was supposed to say:

What, haven't had your coffee yet?

Ok, I'll give you a hint: After all these years, this baker's days are numbered.

Check the comments if you're still lost; I'm sure your fellow wreckies will be happy to oblige. ;)

 

Thanks to Leigh B., Jill H., Davis, & Cindy J. for the brain teaser.

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