A lot of folks are sending me this story of a baker turning mean internet comments into "tasty troll cakes." In a nutshell, you pay her to write someone's mean comment on a cake, and then send that person the cake. That's right, you punish an internet troll... by sending them free baked goods.
Anyone else see the inherent flaw in this plan? I mean, I get the visual metaphor of eating your own words, but if that cake isn't beet-flavored with Miracle Whip icing, then what is even the point.
Still, if you're determined to pay your hard-earned dollars to send mean people cake, then allow me to at least make a few design suggestions:
Except you're not sorry, are you? NO YOU ARE NOT.
(Also, rainbows! Whee!)
A true classic with bonus head-scratching potential. Plus more rainbows.
There's the purely sarcastic approach:
Did your internet troll give you an especially patronizing "tip?"
Then please please please send this one:
Or finally, there's the extra innocent, nothing-to-see-here, no really, that's TOTALLY safe to eat approach:
"Pay no mind to the webcam inside the cake box lid. Go on. HAVE SOME JUST DESSERTS. Er, I mean just dessert. Yeah. Heheheheh."
Thanks to M.J., Dawn Z., Anony M., Kyle I., & Gregory S. who also recommend "One Bon-Bon Is Poison." for the perfect fake-out. (OR IS IT??)