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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
Sunday
Nov262017

Sunday Sweets GOES SHOPPING!

With everyone in a shopping frenzy this weekend, I figured hey, why not make it a FEEDING frenzy... of shopping! Only, you know, in cake.

(This, uh, sounded better in my head.)


So, let's say you're shopping for a sweet Vera Bradley purse:

(Submitted by Jon A., made by Hall's Take The Cake)

BAM! That's totally cake!

So you'll have to keep looking.
But still. Amazing, right?

 

Adults can be hard to buy for, but I love shopping for little kids:

(By Mark Lie)

Yes, cake! I think only the bottom rockers are real wood.

 

(By Splendor Cakes)

Pew pew!

 

And the most perfect iPod delivery system:

(By Sweet Little Treat)

D'AWWWW.

 

Of course, we big kids like our toys, too:

(By Little Millie's)

 

(By Cakes by Angela Morrison)

 

(By For the Love of Cake)

 

It helps if the person you're buying for has a hobby, of course. Like baking. Or storing cooking utensils in fancy jewelry bags:

(By Verusca Walker)

 

But it's hard to go wrong with a little bling for the ladies. Or a LOT of bling.

(By Yener's Way)

 

And don't let the fellas fool you; they like their bling, too:

(By Ron-Ben Israel Cakes)

 

Still, we all know the holidays are all about the GADGETS, am I right?

(By Sweet Jeelees)

Although I still refuse to recognize "phablet" as a word. I JUST WON'T DO IT.

 

Well, here's wishing you every shopping triumph this season, my friends. Oh, and remember to get something for everyone in the family, k?

(By CakeCentral User ClaraG)

:)

Happy Sunday!

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Friday
Nov242017

Cake After People

What would happen if every baker on earth...[dramatic voice]...disappeared?

This isn't the story of how they might vanish. It's what happens to the cakes they leave behind. This is just part of the journey that will take us to the future of once active bakeries, as well as haunting sites already devoid of taste. Welcome to earth, population: zero.

 

1 year
after bakers

An abandoned ring and silk flowers bear mute witness to the echoing loneliness...of desolation.

 

10 years
after bakers

In the depths of bakery windows everywhere, dust gathers. Icing crumbles. With no workers here to clean, once-sweet treats become deadly harbingers of disease.

 


Sun-bleached displays now resemble so much worn, waxy marble, making it impossible to distinguish what once was a timeless tasty treat.

Uh. Lot of alliteration in this half of the script, huh?

Sound guy: Alliter what now?
 

Never mind.

 

100 years
after bakers

Geothermal flash floods bring with them river rock and debris. Amazingly, the petrified pastries persevere.

 

Seriously? "Petrified pastries persevere?" Who wrote this?

sound guy: I think it was the new guy; he had to finish up when Jerry took leave. Look, just go with it; we're on a roll.

[sigh] Fine.

 

In dank, darkened displays, filthy, festering folds of fondant mask the moldering malformed mess, made more malignantly misshapen in much...

 

[throwing script down] Oh come on!!

sound guy: What?

I'm ad-libbing from here. Deal with it.

sound guy: Ok, but you're telling Jerry.

Fine. Let's wrap this up.

 

10,000 years
after bakers

Yeeeeee-haw!

Come and get it!!

sound guy: Seriously?

Seriously.

Hey Carly T., Tom H., & Clair W., did you know that all these displays are for bakeries still open for business? Seriously.

 

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