OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:02am
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I found out we have cottage laws in the state I am moving to so I can start avertising my cakes. I been doing them under the table because it is illegal in illinois but I am moving to ohio in june, so i am trying to come up with some good prices and i need a name to. I only bake cream cakes (a betty croaker mix with a packet of generic dream whip and real milk. Very moist) My name be Luscious, so it fits and I wanna use it. Luscious's Moist Cream Cakes. my friend just laff, but I think it cute. Whaddaya think?

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cakeymom Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:13am
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AAre you ONLY going to do cakes???? If yes how about Luscious Cakes??? If you are going to leave room to expand perhaps Luscious Desserts???

Good Luck, we in Alabama are on our third go round in the legislature with our Cottage Food Law to allow home baking and selling of those goods.

Cakeymom

costumeczar Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:15am
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ADon't use the word "moist" ever, it's an awful word. Like an armpit.

frost52 Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:23am
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AHow about Lady Luscious Cream Cakes? Or Cream Dream cakes? I'd suggest Wet and Wild, but that really doesn't suggest cake does it? Lol!

Oh...a good tag line could be..'you'll scream for cream!'

OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:23am
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Don't use the word "moist" ever, it's an awful word. Like an armpit.

I like  teh word moist and that is how people be describing my cakes when they bite them. I bake from scratch (a mix plus added ingredents not on the box) so I was thinking maybe "moist scratch cakes" if I don't use my name.

scrumdiddlycakes Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:37am
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AMoist dreams, luscious cream bombs, moist lady cakes?

OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:44am
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Moist dreams, luscious cream bombs, moist lady cakes?

I don't know why you insult my cake in one thread and then help me in another, but I do really like yore names. What about Luscious Lady moist creamy dream cakes? That mite be to long thou. 

OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:46am
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just Luscious moist cream dream cakes

cakealicious7 Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:48am
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AIs it just me or do these names sound alittle kinky????

costumeczar Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:53am

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Is it just me or do these names sound alittle kinky????

It's not just you.

scrumdiddlycakes Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 2:54am

Get your minds out of the gutter, ladies. Those were perfectly innocent suggestions.

Annabakescakes Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 3:00am

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Is it just me or do these names sound alittle kinky????

 

 

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Is it just me or do these names sound alittle kinky????

It's not just you.

OMG for real. I am freaking CRYING over here! Very kinky!

Paperfishies Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 4:13am
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I like  teh word moist and that is how people be describing my cakes when they bite them. I bake from scratch (a mix plus added ingredients not on the box) so I was thinking maybe "moist scratch cakes" if I don't use my name.


If you use a mix it isn't from scratch, so I wouldn't put "scratch" in your business name, it would be a bit deceiving.  Keep the name simple, not too long.

musicmommy1 Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 4:29am

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Moist dreams, luscious cream bombs, moist lady cakes?

I am loosing it over here!!! Hands off of Moist Lady Cakes everyone. If I ever start a business I am totally naming it that!:grin:

liz at sugar Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 4:35am

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just Luscious moist cream dream cakes

 

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Moist dreams, luscious cream bombs, moist lady cakes?

 

I think all these words mashed together would be fab.

 

Did I miss the beginning of troll night while I was at work?

 

Liz

Godot Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 5:51am

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Don't use the word "moist" ever, it's an awful word. Like an armpit.

Or groin.......

brendajarmusz Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 6:13am

AI think just Lady Luscious cream cakes would be great. Good luck to you.im also in Ohio. What part of Ohio are you moving to?

brendajarmusz Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 6:16am

AOr just luscious cream cakes. Or lady L's dream cakes.???

JWinslow Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 7:12am

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Or groin.......


LOL - Now I'm going to bed!  Night

MimiFix Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 1:01pm

Lady Luscious, Moist 'n Easy Home-Baked Goodness. Multi-purpose name, takes care of all products.  

OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 9:46pm

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Lady Luscious, Moist 'n Easy Home-Baked Goodness. Multi-purpose name, takes care of all products.  

I sale not-baked stuff too but I really like that to. How about Luscious Moist and Creamy Goods?

enga Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 10:05pm

Lady Luscious, Moist 'n Easy Home-Baked Goodness. Multi-purpose 0_o

 

"Luscious & Delicious Cream Cakes"

SweetnessCakes Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 10:49pm

AGood grief!! These all sound like stripper names!!!

enga Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 10:51pm
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Good grief!! These all sound like stripper names!!!


My sentiments exactly, she said her name was luscious but wow!

OMGOMG Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 11:04pm

I am trying to be postive but please don't make fun of my name. We can't help the names we was born with just like skin colors.

enga Posted 18 Jan 2014 , 11:14pm

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I am trying to be postive but please don't make fun of my name. We can't help the names we was born with just like skin colors.


OMGOMG, I wasn't making fun of your name, I was trying to think of something positive that reflected your cream cakes, some of the replies were negative that is the reason I said wow.

 

There is nothing wrong with your name but I can see that there is something wrong with the people making fun of it.

MimiFix Posted 19 Jan 2014 , 12:39am
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Good grief!! These all sound like stripper names!!!

Thank you for sharing that thought with your very first post.

SweetnessCakes Posted 19 Jan 2014 , 1:05am

AI was referring to the bakery names suggested by previous posters... And I stand by my words.

As for it being my very first post on this site, I don't see a problem with it - just an observation based on other posts. It wasn't an insult if that's what your seemingly sarcastic "Thank you for that comment" comment... Not like that's her actual official business name.

Thanks for the "Welcome to Cake Central" post, Mimi! :)

Pyro Posted 19 Jan 2014 , 1:37am

Moist and Creamy Lucious Lady, cakes.

 

Seems obvious to me.

BeesKnees578 Posted 19 Jan 2014 , 2:16am

Ouch....backing out of this convo.

 

On another note, I am also in Ohio and the laws here are FAN-freaking-TASTIC!

 

Although I did hear that the woman who I originally took my first cake class from had a filthy house.  The downside....

 

I, too, would steer clear of using the word "moist."   It's one of the most hated, gross-sounding words of all time.  No kidding...look it up.

 

Keep it simple....Luscious Cakes (or Desserts), as someone else suggested.

 

Well, I considered backing out, but it was a train wreck.  Had to pipe in.

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