"Hello, Miss? I wish to make a complaint about this cake I purchased not half an hour ago from this very bakery."
[looking cake over] "Oh, yes, that's our Norwegian Leaves design. What's wrong with it?"
"I'll tell you what's wrong with it: these are real leaves, that's what's wrong with it."
"Look, Miss, I know real dead leaves when I see them, and I'm looking at some right now."
"No, they're icing. Remarkable leaves, the Norwegian ones, aren't they? Beautiful foliage."
"The foliage don't enter into it! You put real leaves on my cake!"
"No, they're not real, they're just shining in accords."
"Shining in accords? What does that even mean?"
"I dunno; I'm just trying to stick to this Monty Python sketch as closely as possible."
Emily E., it's like a pun. Or a, what you call it, palindrome. Yeah.
NOTE: Yes, folks, they really are real leaves. Kinda gives a new meaning to "all natural ingredients," doesn't it?
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