Sometimes, bakery wreckage isn't just limited to the cakes.
But what is it good for?
(Hooh! Good gah, y'all!)
I'll leave it up to you guys to explain what a "cake derator" does.
Every time a surly employee "apologizes," I picture him/her doing finger quotes kinda like this.
(And yes, this was taken in a bakery - pinky swear!)
"Honey, my mom is coming to stay for a few months. Isn't that great? I told her you wouldn't mind. Anyway, be a dear and go get a cake for us all to celebrate with, mkay?"
"You got it, sweetums! I know just the place..."
(From the blog Engrish)
And speaking of things to celebrate:
Personally, I like to celebrate cake as often as possible - with more cake.
And finally, a few favs from the archives:
Also known as "Bubble and Squeak."
(That's for you English Wreckies. Please, no need to thank me.)
The lawyers insisted.
Note: I've since heard from the owner of that last bakery, who as I recall blamed the sign on an in-law. Heh. At any rate, I think the sign has now been removed. See? Another example of the power of Wreckage, used for good! :D
Many "thanks" to wreckporters Robb & Abby, Allison M., Matt K., Steph, Kristen F., & Bonbon.