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By JadedBaker - / Sunday 8 July 2012 06:58 / United States
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By  Mirorbo  |  26

The amount of rage that would well up within me could never be measured by any means of the measurement system, should I have been in that situation... Your mother had a lousy excuse and I really hope she does something to make up for her selfish behavior.

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  Eliseopwns  |  22

I think she said something along the lines of "That really rustled my jimmies".

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  perdix  |  29

"I'm sorry. I shouldn't have been so thoughtless by leaving a giant cake right in front of you. I also don't need to buy my friend's affection with an oversized pastry -- the presence of my spirit ought to be all she wants for her birthday." Yeah, that's probably what the OP said.

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  SexiMamita91  |  3

27 So more friend can't do something nice for each other? I don't see how she is buying affection by going out of get way and making a cake for her friend. Its her 18th birthday so maybe she wanted to go all out for her.

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And?? Just take it out and eat it!! Don't waste food!!!!

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  p3mguin  |  7

I wonder if Op's bitch of a mom is one of those obese woman that walk around with those skinny jeans. I bet she opened her fridge and ate some twinkys right after that. Fucking bitch.

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  MDTeddy  |  13

Op's mom is a ..... Tell her next time to ask about the cake and never throw it away. She owes someone a new cake even if she is on a diet. Also, how did Op's mom not know about it?

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  Sannekee  |  18

Allthough that probably wouldn't feel, look and taste as good or even similar it is one solution. The other solution would be to make her help you baking a new one and let her pay for the ingredients.

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Or burn all her cash and credit cards and say I'm sorry they were tempting me to steal them.

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  p3mguin  |  7

No, bringing a car to a scrapyard is the stupid thing. People are idiots on this website some time, so burning your cash is stupid but throwing a car out isn't. IM DONE

By  mashimarox  |  12

You shoulda hid it somewhere! ;o

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  Baustigt  |  40

You could just put a lampshade on it and pretend it's a lamp. No-one would know. Or wrap it in a jacket and pretend it's just a hobo asleep in the kitchen.

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  beccax33  |  4

She might of never thought that she needed it to his from anybody!

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  Baustigt  |  40

^ I can't even translate this. Wait... maybe if I read it backwards it will sound more like English. Ydobyna morf sih ot ti dedeen ehs taht thguoht reven fo thgim ehs. Nope. Just a message to Satan.

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  DocBastard  |  38

Baustigt, this is clearly a job for the Idiot-English Translation Engine. *whirr* *click* *bzzz* *DING* "She might never have thought that she needed to hide it from anybody! I sniffed paint thinner and skunk fumes just before typing this!" You're welcome.

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You know guys, 47 only missed like two words. She said "She might of never thought that she needed it to his from anybody" so really just change HIS to HID and move TO HID so it's before IT and the sentence makes perfect sense. Two step process people.

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  DocBastard  |  38

Blaackandproud - By your logic, her comment would be "She might of never thought that she needed to hid it from anybody" which still is a grammar nightmare. The phrase "might of" does not exist unless you're using "might" as a noun (eg, "This herculean task will require the might of 1000 men").

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I don't understand why #4 has so many thumbs down when all he said was to hide it somewhere..? That seems reasonable, i mean i have a family of 6 and i'd probably do the same...... Unless he got thumbed down because he said "shoulda"?

By  Mirorbo  |  26

The amount of rage that would well up within me could never be measured by any means of the measurement system, should I have been in that situation... Your mother had a lousy excuse and I really hope she does something to make up for her selfish behavior.

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  Ameel_fml  |  19

This x100. Maybe I'm over-reacting, but cooking is something that's very important to me, and I hate to see hours of hard work even slightly ruined by crappy icing or an accidental hole poked in it. I couldn't imagine my rage if someone actually THREW OUT something I'd made. D:

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  perdix  |  29

#7, I don't think rage levels could be measured -- there's no such thing as a Rage Machine. There's Rage Against The Machine, but I don't think they'd improve your mood.

By  Jeffo193  |  13

Mmmm...at least she thought the cake looked good?

By  tswizz  |  13

Whatever happened to common sense! If a three tier cake was sitting in my fridge I wouldn't touch it even if i weren't on a diet cause it would obviously be for an occasion! Didn't it occur to her that someone has put a lot of their precious time and money into it?

By  DeVaughnS  |  5

A tone of work for you a peace of cake for her.... Lol huh huh

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As much as the idea of a peace cake intrigues me (make cake not war?) my grammar Nazi fingers are twitching and I cant help but correct them. Its TON or TONNE not tone and your after PIECE of cake (or at least I am.. yum)

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