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I recently did a cake for one of my sister's friends.. Stewie was the cake.. I worked hard on this cake for 3 days.. Making everything fresh.. I delivered the cake to her on Saturday and she loved it.. Yesterday while on Facebook I noticed a video was posted.. I clicked the link to see that it was the cake I had made.. They had taken the cake outside, sit it on a log and began shooting at it with a shotgun.. Yes, a shotgun.. Blowing the entire thing to pieces.. I was very upset.. I paid to make the cake support and requested it be returned.. I worked so hard on this cake.. The problem is, Why would you even post this video online for the "baker" to see? It was more for that reason than the support of the cake.. The girl that requested the cake says, " why are you so upset"? It is just a cake.. Am I wrong for being so upset about the video?

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Probably thought you were trying to poison them Linda - their loss my friend.

Linda Wolff said:

I've got one for you. I made a doll cake for my son-in-law's little girl who had turned 5 and sent it along with my daughter and her husband as a 'gift' to Karlee, my son-in-law's daughter, as they were headed to his Mom's house to celebrate her birthday. This has been several years back, now. I didn't find out until a couple of years later that not one of my son-in law's family would eat that cake (other than Karlee and my son-in-law) because it wasn't (here's the kicker! Wait for it!)....it wasn't a grocery store bought cake! Now how's THAT one for you! The cake got eaten, all right, by my grandchildren and my daughter too, but not one of Karlee's blood family would touch it. Some people just like that good old grocery store flavor of grease and no real flavoring.

umm idiots--I usually don't eat birthday cake for that reason.  If I'm going to ingest calories on sweets, it has to be the good stuff, not grocery store.  Even certain bakeries around here, I don't care for their cakes so I skip it.

Linda Wolff said:

I've got one for you. I made a doll cake for my son-in-law's little girl who had turned 5 and sent it along with my daughter and her husband as a 'gift' to Karlee, my son-in-law's daughter, as they were headed to his Mom's house to celebrate her birthday. This has been several years back, now. I didn't find out until a couple of years later that not one of my son-in law's family would eat that cake (other than Karlee and my son-in-law) because it wasn't (here's the kicker! Wait for it!)....it wasn't a grocery store bought cake! Now how's THAT one for you! The cake got eaten, all right, by my grandchildren and my daughter too, but not one of Karlee's blood family would touch it. Some people just like that good old grocery store flavor of grease and no real flavoring.

I don't know you two. These people 'believe' that they are experts of everything that has to do with cake! As if grocery store cakes are a delicacy.

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