By tbee - 6/9/2014 00:13 - United States - East Carondelet
Today, I bought a large ice cream cake. No, there's no occasion, but I did ask the cashier to write "Happy Birthday" on it, just so she wouldn't know I was going to eat it all myself. FML
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  Googolman  |  29

I just used the wrong wording. What I meant to say is that OP did not want the cashier to know that he would be capable of eating an entire cake, not necessarily that the OP is fat.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

But I don't understand why OP was so embarrassed that she felt the need to write "Happy Birthday" on the cake. Lots of people buy or make cakes just to eat. No need to feel ashamed OP, next time just go buy whatever cake you want.

  tukies  |  28

I'm not sure there is anything wrong with this either. In fact reading makes me want an ice cream cake. I haven't had one in a long time. Yes I probably will go out and buy one to eat by myself.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

47, it's only unhealthy if OP eats it all at once. As someone already stated, it would be no different than someone making a batch of brownies, you don't eat it all in one sitting but you do eat it all.

  shortvirgo13  |  7

My sentiments exactly. How pathetic is OP. This is s total YDI post. And really an entire cake!??!!

  saraitkddh  |  47

What if OP is from the kind of people who eat a lot and never get fat? and even if not, that was really rude. Everyone is free to do what they want, keep your chin up OP!

By  SmoothPancakes  |  10

There's absolutely nothing wrong there. You're not going to eat the whole thing in one sitting are you? No? Then you're good to go. It's no different than a single person making a batch of brownies. They'll just eat them over a period of days. Same thing here.