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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

Entries in Just Funny (377)

Tuesday
Dec022014

Wreck Encounters of the Worst Kind

Have you experienced a Wreck Encounter with an Unexplainable Sweet Object (USO)? Watch for these signs!

 

Wreck Encounter of the First Kind: Visual sighting less than 50 feet away that shows considerable -- albeit completely useless -- detail.

Your guess is as good as mine.

 

Wreck Encounter of the Second Kind: A physiological effect is manifested, such as confusion or discomfort in the viewer.

*hurk*

 

Wreck Encounter of the Third Kind: An animated creature is present. These include bipeds,

 

um... [head tilt]... robots?

 

and whatever these are:

On the plus side, they don't seem able to breathe our atmosphere.

 

Wreck Encounter of the Fourth Kind: Direct communication between wrecks and humans.

Shhhh! Don't distract me... I can -- almost -- make it out...

 

Wreck Encounter of the Fifth Kind: Death associated with an Unexplainable Sweet Object.

Poor Mickey. It was a real blood bath.

(We experts call this "wrecksanguination.")

 

Wreck Encounter of the Sixth Kind: The creation of a human/USO hybrid.

THE POD PEOPLE ARE COMING.

 

If you've had a Wreck Encounter with a USO, send Cake Wrecks photographic evidence right away!
(Just don't get caught taking the pictures...)

We WANT to Believe!!!

 

Out of this world thanks to Anabel J., Cat, Anony M., Mark H., Nate W., Bridget A., & Robert A. for helping prove wrecks are out there. (Um, wait a minute, guys... That's NOT one of the accepted hand gestures...)

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Thursday
Nov272014

If Cake Croutons Become A Thing, I WANT CREDIT

It's Thanksgiving here in America, my friends, but ALL of us could stand to be more thankful for the little things in life.

Like turkeys giving birth to pilgrim hats:

 

And old Halloween flotsam:

 

For floating scarecrow heads:

 

Desperate store managers trying to get rid of old stock:

 

And spurting turkey cannons:

 

For turkeys with exploding butts:

("My bad.")

 

And sad pilgrim heads:

 

For goobles:

 

And gobles:

 

And all those many, many Thanks Given:

Not to mention all the bakers who actually think it's spelled that way.

 

For giant salads with cake croutons:

(I dunno. But I like it.)

 

And for knowing that, while you can't polish a turd, you CAN stick a paper tail in it and call it a turd-key:

 

But most of all, lets be thankful for our friends, our family, and for this guy:

Because, c'mon, look at him.

LOOK AT HIM.

Happy Thanksgiving, wrecky minions! Now, go have some pie.

 

Also giving thanks for Shannon R., Marah S., Lucretia J., Chris H., Sabrina K., Lee V., Sarah S., Juanita G., Pamela T., Christopher F., James L., Tanya D., & Diane G. Gooble 'til ya drooble, guys.

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