Look, spelling can be tricky. All those "words" with their pesky "letters" that have to go in a specific "order" to make some sort of "sense?" It's hard. So, we try not to judge too harshly when a decorator makes a minor mistake.
In the baker's defense, how often do you use the word "happy" on a cake, anyway?
And abbreviations can sure be problematic:
Then again, how else would we know a cookie can be ready in five mountains?
And when there are multiple words on a cake, it really makes spelling those simple words that much harder
Baker: "Whoa! Slow down there, buddy! What do I look like, a word processor?"
And don't get us started on "Huked on Phonics":
I'm guessing they saw "in Mississippi" on the order form and gave up.Thanks Terry P., Stefani C., Cindy G., Tyler H., Christine M., & Lindsay W., although after these wrecks I think I need to sit a spell.
Besides, when frustration levels are high it's just human nature to invent new words and letters:
You know, like "Aur" or a dotted "u." You barely have a prayer
of getting those right.
And sometimes you need to take a lot of little breaks:
[shrug] Ah, well. "Better luck" next time, Lindsay!