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Sunday, June 10, 2007

The George Bush Cinderella Cake - a Fairy Tale in Every Bite! 

After a long hiutus, K's Cakes has finally returned with 5 new cakes! I love this blog. It's worth taking a look at the site just because it is fun to look at all of the whimsical cakes. And when you are finished looking, there are no calories!

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At Sun Jun 10, 12:28:00 PM, Blogger Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Mmmmmmmmm, cake. Let me eat cake.

At Sun Jun 10, 02:44:00 PM, Blogger angry ballerina said...

Cake has too much sugar. That one however, is filled to the brim with bullshit

At Sun Jun 10, 03:53:00 PM, Blogger DCup said...

A link I shouldn't have followed.

At Sun Jun 10, 05:32:00 PM, Anonymous Tengrain said...

I've looked at that site on and off for years. I'm always stunned.

This Lady Baltimore cake is da bomb -- my grandmother made one for my sister's 13th birthday and gave her the best gift box ever: Bible, Communion, a girdle, and a box of tampons. I swear to God!

Well, it was like a gift to me, being her bratty younger brother. We still laugh over it.



At Mon Jun 11, 08:00:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Dr. Monkerstein: Marie Antoinette says it's OK! How can you resist the wonderful scrumptious cakeiness...

Angry Ballerina: Overflowing with it, in fact. This is one cake that should be impeached.

DCup: But DCup, they are all calorie free! They are made of pixels!

Tengrain: Holy crap! I used hate it when I got sock or new shirt. How embarrassing for your sister. Your Grandma was probably not a whole lot fun to play Twister with. One question though, what's a "Communion?" I thought that was the snack cracker that is really a magic Christ cracker.

At Mon Jun 11, 02:35:00 PM, Blogger Becca said...

Oh my god that cake is so disturbing I actually jumped back a little in my seat.

At Mon Jun 11, 02:48:00 PM, Anonymous Tengrain said...

I left out the real title, Dr. Z - I think it is actually the Book of Common Prayer. She gave me one, too, at age 13. No girdle or tampons, tho.

She was French - I think she was welcoming my sister to womanhood or something. We did use the girdle to launch paper airplanes, I recall.

There might have been a training bra, too. I just cannot remember.



At Tue Jun 12, 06:50:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Becca: Sorry! I think that it's not so much Bush in a dress, but Bush as Cinderella that is so disturbing.

Tengrain: That whole story is very funny! I think the best part is using the girdle to launch paper airplanes. It makes me think of the famous drugstore scene from "the Summer of '42".


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