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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
Wednesday
Aug182010

Cakes of the Month

Are you tired of remembering your coworkers' names while celebrating their birthdays? Do you just want cake in the break room without all the fuss of that "personal touch?"

Then welcome to the Cakes of the Month, where (for an annual fee) we provide your workplace with generic monthly treats suitable for all your office birthdays!

 

And just look how gorgeous!

 

We do not charge for inscriptions*. Period.

 

(*Extra fee does apply for exclamation points, proper names, and cursive capital 'J's and 'Q's, since we're still figuring out how to make those.)

 

 

No birthdays this month? Nooo problem. We'll fill a few month names* and no one will be the wiser!:

(*Extra fee may apply)

 

 

Should you do something special for your spiritual coworkers?

 

Is a Gemini lonely when its Taurus Moon is in retrograde?!?


Daily Horoscope says: "Today, you will be visited by unnecessary sprinkles and apostrophes."
(3D glasses not included.)

 

 

But what about the taste, you ask?

 

Why, our cakes are so delicious, you may just foam at the mouth!


One bite of our infectious confections, and you'll go crazy for more!

 

 


And for the manager who can't be bothered to remember what month it is, we have the perfect* solution!

 

 

(*A "Birlhday" for "Everbody" is considered an extra celebration and therefore is not included in the CotMC annual fee.)

 

 

Complimentary memberships* go out to Adrienne B., Paula C., Arwen L., Gloria D., and Brittany A.

* S+H not included.

 

Tuesday
Aug172010

Fairy Tale Endings

WARNING: Today's post is not family friendly, on account of it being a little TOO "family friendly." IF you knowwuddamean.

Ah, children. So innocent. So sweet.

So blissfully unaware of how much their castle cakes look like a gaggle of man cannons.


I believe this is from the Netherlands. (Eh? Eh?)

Oh, oh! OR, if it were in Troy, then this would be a TROJAN castle.
(Get it? See what I did there? BOOYA.)

I'd say this customer got royally shafted:


[Zing!]

I mean, just look at that top tower: totally cockeyed!

[Pow! Zam! Whap!]

Still, this next castle cake really can't be beat:


[Sha-ZAM!]

Yep, that's some stiff competition, right there. Definitely has the upper hand.

[Rat-a-tat-tat! BzzzING! Ker-PLUEY! Eckie Eckie Eckie Eckie piTANG RoooBoing ezrowsurh]

Lauri, Lisa M., & Sarah H., they say "a man's home is his castle."

Frankly, I can't top that.

Also, 3 geek points if you correctly ID the Eckie Eckie line.