Attn parents: the last photo in today's post is not appropriate for the little ones.
So you're making a Doritos-run to your local grocery store, and you see this:
And for some reason many of you are convinced by this chipped, yellowing, choking-hazard of a cake that photo cakes are a "grrrr-reat!" idea. So you run home, rifle through the blackmail folder, and order up gems like these:
And when you combine embarrassing candids
with the "skill" of a seasoned Wreckerator
, you can achieve a level of Wreckage never before imagined
by the culinary world.
Your job: find the creepiest photo of the birthday girl possible - swirling light vortex and glowing red eyes a plus.
place photo off-center and try to use up all this extra orange icing.
(the orange is on the bottom border)
Great job, team!
Or here's an idea:
Hand out little tubes of icing and invite guests to black out teeth, draw on mustaches, etc. That'll make the birthday girl feel special.
Here's an option for you creative types:
Photoshop: lending the honky some jammin' style since 1984.
Photo cakes are also a great way to remind friends what happened during their last black out:
Or why their new nickname is "the dragon":
Ah, cameras and alcohol: a match made in Cake Wrecks heaven.