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Okay, to answer a few questions: yes, the flavors were the same. Yes, my parents knew I'd be baking two cakes. The reason they ate from each is that my grandma put the "family" cake in the fridge without telling anyone, so they assumed the remaining cake was for them (grandma is a little forgetful). No, I can't combine them, I used "half" but it's half for one and a bit more than 1/3 from the other. No, not putting laxatives, I love baking and they bought me more ingredients to use.
By cristy91 / Wednesday 10 July 2013 04:01 / United States - Orlando
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By  benmec  |  18

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  Jandude  |  9


  Fedezzer  |  20

Voted down? It was f###ing joke. Why was I born into a race that doesn't value its own intelligence?!

By  Martinez0285  |  28

duct tape the remaining pieces together and offer that as the birthday cake

By  threer  |  30

Give them an inch they'll take a mile. Or, in this case, fuck up a wriggling day. :::;)

  threer  |  30

Glad to see that not everyone on this site is a muggle. I mean.. wait..

  Ukeee_X  |  19

I agree, but being a birthday I imagine it would say "happy birthday" and they could have known not to eat it. She should have also written "EAT THIS ONE" on the other.

  Kalipczo  |  21

Some people will just eat whatever the hell they want unless you specifically tell them not to: icing message or not.
"ooh cake for me." *cuts slice with out reading the inscription on the cake*

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