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By Anonymous / Tuesday 29 October 2013 10:40 / Australia
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it is the thought that counts

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  Palirose  |  22

#62, Well, if she were planning to make the cake herself or was deciding on how she wanted the bakery to make it. Yeah..it is possible for the cake to take a bit of time. I always plan what I'm going to do a few months ahead so that when it's time to do what ever. I'm not rushing and doing a sloppy job of it.

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She made him a really nice cake that she put a lot of effort into. Getting his age wrong was probably a bit of a damper but she still made a huge effort to make his birthday awesome for him.

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  RpiesSPIES  |  26

Since in this case, the girl forgot the guys' age, he could have just laughed it off. Regardless of the actual results, this is kinda mostly an FML because of how embarrassed OP must have been to have forgotten.

By  mectain  |  13

way to fail. ydi op

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  misspulkadot24  |  17

way to fail. YDI mectain.

By  Jst4kicks  |  16

well if you put candles in it you should of said, " yeah ik but I ran out of candles" if not oh well

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  Polynomial  |  28

"The pack came with this many candles." "For every candle on this cake, is a decade I will love you." "One candle for ever year, and one more for every time you make me smile in a minute." "You are wise beyond your years, and I often forget that you are so young." "Screw the cake, screw me." Yeah, there are ways to fix this too.

By  darwinism  |  29

Well, the surprise worked perfectly! It worked so well even you were surprised when you saw the look on his face, no? Four days of panning not wasted here.

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  Ctrl_H  |  17

I don't even know my parents age. I asked them once when I was younger and my dad was 40 and Mom was 36 and I just assumed they would be immortal and stay that age.

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