Nerd Or Geek Cake...

Decorating By Helendelk Updated 21 Feb 2006 , 10:13pm by loriemoms

Helendelk Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:34am
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My hubby wants me to make a cake for a friend who is total as he calls himself a true meaning of geek.. I thought about a laptop computer but he kinda snarled his nose so I took that as a No.. I dont want to feel dumb but Im like ok what would you make for someone who calls himself a true nerd/geek... Any ideas ppl?

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chasebrad Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:37am
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What about a cake that looks like a pocket protector?
Or glasses that have tape on them?

nanni Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:41am
post #3 of 14 has a cake for a geek-hopefully you can get to it. It is a computer-there is also a site on google for geek wedding cake toppers that might give you an idea or two!

Doug Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:41am
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Originally Posted by chasebrad

What about a cake that looks like a pocket protector?
Or glasses that have tape on them?

of course!!!

what kind of cake is it? b-day, etc.

could even do a full person...taped glasses, pocket protector w/ blue, black, red pens and a pencil, pants that are high-waters w/ white socks of course and holding graph paper pad w/ the message

veejaytx Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:47am
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I like your idea Doug! If not a full body...maybe use one of the male character pans, Superman, etc. as a starting point. Sounds like a fun cake! Janice

Helendelk Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:52am
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For an office birthday party for his friend and others who had birthdays this month.... The IS Deptartment... Computer programmers...

Doug Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:56am
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change pad to laptop

add empty pizza box at feet

give eyes a slightly glazed/crossed look...

beard stubble, messy hair

and add a least one tech-toy like a PDA or a flash drive on a lanyard around the neck.

Helendelk Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 4:03am
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HAHA! I was reading the replies to my hubby and he said.. "you'll just dont appreciate geeks... " I asked why he never HAHA he says he is gonna pull the network from my computer icon_surprised.gif ... I think they are all great replies... I told him to go back to playing xbox and let me worry about the cake decorating part.. HAHA that shut him

momsandraven Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 5:17am
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Try this on for size::

Line 10 Happy Birthday!
Line 20 How do you entertain a computer geek for hours?
Line 30 GOTO Line 10

(This is ancient programming text, BASIC language.) Any self respecting computer geek will know this immediately, and oddly enough, will think it's funny. LOL

Helendelk Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 6:49am
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Ok I think im gonna try to make a laptop computer with the above reply tip... Cute .....
Ok so I have never made a 3-d cake like this but when using dowels do you freeze the cake first then insert dowels... and on a cake like laptop how many dowel should be used. I figure 5 or 6 ... Gonna start trying new things 3-D cakes and Fondant Maybe icon_surprised.gif Im so overwhelmed want to try everything new I read... haha! but gonna start with this laptop computer cake. so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated..

bigboots Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 1:44pm
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I found this picture.Hope it helps

LittleLinda Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 3:08pm
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I was thinking about Dilbert too ... or maybe Erkel. They are well known geeks.

Helendelk Posted 20 Feb 2006 , 5:57pm
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I so forgot about Dilbert....... I think I like him better than doing a lap top or maybe have him using one.. I dont know but I will post what I make.. Thanks so much... Just goes to show how much I dont read the sunday paper or I would have remembered

loriemoms Posted 21 Feb 2006 , 10:13pm
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One of the gals in our area (who is extremly talented) made a system board cake!!

I am sure she won't mind that I post it here...

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