I got a call from a new client, wanted an elaborate cake for a surprise party for her Dad. Worked out all the details. What do you want written on the cake? Is it a milestone birthday?
It's his 75th, BUT don't put the number on the cake because his girlfriend's parents will be there and he doesn't want them to know how old he is.
I managed not to laugh until we hung up. Just how old is his girlfriend that a 75 year old is worried about her parents?
I'm sure he doesn't look a day over 73!
That is a great story. It made me giggle. Thanks for posting
im sure some how someones going to let the cat out of the bag at the party!!!!
Ew. I bet she is young.
The other day there was a 40-ish man with two young girls-10 or, and then a tanned, beautiful, 20 year old woman in a teeny tiny bikini. No, she was not the sister/daughter. She was the new...um....girl friend (insert expletive here) I guess. He kept having her do cartwheels into the pool and kept commenting on her physique in front of the daughters. Ew. Men are so pathetic!
If it's his birthday party don't they think someone will ask "how old are you today?"....what number is he going to throw out there that will make the parents happy?
That is just silly. With his kids and her parents there, aren't her parents going to be curious when his kids look as old if not older than their daughter?
or the fact that he is possibly older than her parents!
my Dad remarried a 40 year old when he was 71 (4 years ago) - uugh, make me shudder! (I'll be 39 this year)