By nocakeforyou! - 15/03/2011 13:11
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That's not necessarily true though because if it was stored properly it would be fine and freezer burn free. There are a lot people who save the Top tier of their wedding cakes to eat on their first anniversary and because of this there are places that will package the cake for you specially so that it will last a year in the freezer.
It may not be freezer burned or gross, but it's still a tacky over-sentimental thing to bitch about. OP, YDI for being butthurt about something so goddamned trivial. Also, I feel terribly for your husband knowing that you think your life is fucked because he - gods forbid - ate some food from the fridge.
he must have been really hungry to eat the old wedding cake, those things are freaking nasty, it's only a stupid tradition
@46 wtf are you dumb she saved her wedding cakes top tier which is the top part of the cake, the smallest part normally. and she saved it to be eaten on the 1st year of their anniversary which was coming up in 4 days and that's why it's a year old because if you didn't know an anniversary for a wedding is next year on the same date as the wedding
@ 53 try and keep up with the thread before calling me dumb. I am aware the OP (original poster not poster) saved the top tier of her wedding cake to be eaten on their one year anniversary. What I'm not aware of is where you learned reading comprehension...Let's recap shall we... 1. #3 said wedding cake was nasty 2. I responded with " a well made wedding cake is not nasty" 3. # 45 responded to me and said "He was talking about a year old wedding cake" 4. To which I said "I doubt it. The poster is 21--how many year old wedding cakes would one have had by the age of 21? Aka the poster must have meant wedding cakes in general are nasty. The poster AKA #3 who said wedding cake was nasty not the OP! We clear now.
#46 was referring to #45 since he said that #3 was saying that year-old cakes are gross. #46 was saying it was unlikely that #3 was talking about the year old cake since he probably hasn't eaten a year old cake. #68 beat me too it and was a lot more clear. haha
so, #94, obviously many 21 year olds have eaten wedding cakes, but this person was talking about a year old wedding cake... have you eaten any wedding cakes a year old? how about reading the whole thing? the reason he's (or she's?) saying age, is because the only reason a person would eat a year old cake is on their wedding anniversary, which most people don't have at age 21...
My husband spent our first anniversary in Iraq. we didn't get to spend an anniversary together until our 4th anniversary and by then, we were scared of the cake and threw it out.
The tradition of eating the top tier on the first anniversary is ridiculous. We tried that, and the cake was as moist as an 80 year old pussy. You should thank him for saving you from eating that.
Did any of those people get the cake specially packaged or were they all dumb enough to just try and save it in a box and some glad wrap? I know several people who had the top tier of their cakes packaged specially and found them quite delicious when they ate them on their anniversary.