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By Anonymous - / Saturday 11 September 2010 21:46 / United States
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OP discovered a cake that they fell madly in love with 8 or more years ago. 8 years ago, they could no longer have this cake or anything else containing dairy products. Today is their 18th birthday. Their family made OP the previously mentioned cake that OP has not been able to eat for 8 years and still cannot eat. OP cried because they can't eat this delicious birthday cake and evidently, their family doesn't know her very well. OP's mom ate a piece of the cake which had a smiley face or something on it. Do you get it now? It's not that hard to understand...

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OP discovered a cake that they fell madly in love with 8 or more years ago. 8 years ago, they could no longer have this cake or anything else containing dairy products. Today is their 18th birthday. Their family made OP the previously mentioned cake that OP has not been able to eat for 8 years and still cannot eat. OP cried because they can't eat this delicious birthday cake and evidently, their family doesn't know her very well. OP's mom ate a piece of the cake which had a smiley face or something on it. Do you get it now? It's not that hard to understand...

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I'm severely lactose intolerant and can eat german chocolate cake so I think OP would have been fine. also lactaid pills work wonders, I can even eat ice cream if I take them.

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@ 100: the first thing i thought of (before considering that op was being a huge bitch baby) was that all they had to do was consume lactase, which enables "lactose-intolerant" people to eat any dairy product they choose. it's simply a lactase deficiency. lactaid is a major option, but any enzyme formula that contains lactase would negate the problem. |the kid|

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lactose intoleranc means you can't digest milk well, a milk allergy would prevent you from eating cake. if it's the former, the cake prob won't hurt you. I'm lactose intolerant and eat cake with no issue. if it's an allery, then fyl

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TO ANYONE WHO MENTIONED THAT LACTOSE INTOLERANCE ISN'T SERIOUS, AND LACTAID PILLS WILL LET YOU EAT DAIRY. This isn't always the case. I am very severely lactose intolerant (not a milk allergy, LACTOSE INTELOERANCE) and Lactaid pills don't do anything for it. I can't eat dairy, unless it's the smallest amount. The worst part of it is the cake... Trust me, I should know. OP isn't being whiny; Their parents are ignorant assholes if they didn't know that she couldn't eat her favourite cake, or possibly just didn't care. I can feel OP's pain, due to the fact that my favourite cake is Ice Cream Cake, especially the fudge part. If I could have a cake made entirely out of that fudge and cookie crumbles, I would probably die of happiness. However, I rarely have it because

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Sorry, didn't get a chance to finish, my computer did something funny. But anyways, you get the point. Sometimes lactaid does nothing, and there's nothing you can do about it.

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There is very little milk in a proper german chocolate cake. It's not milk chocolate and the fudge isn't made with milk. Trust me on this, large people know their cakeology.

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That was my thought process, I'm lactose intolerant and if I want to eat something with a lot of lactose in it I take a double dose of lactase supplement and a dose of Imodium before eating it. Works like a charm for most stuff. There's also a ton of dairy stuff out there with lactase supplements already added in, so if I'm making stuff on my own that's dairy rich I use that stuff and there isn't even a need to pop a couple of pills beforehand. If she's been lactose intolerant for 8 years I really can't imagine her *not* having any of this stuff hanging around the house. If she had a milk allergy/intolerance, this would be more understandable but lactose intolerance is so common that there's a ton of options out there for her that this doesn't make sense.

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