Ja Mata "see you later"

This cake actually has palm trees in all 4 corners but the only picture I of it has a person in it. The coconuts are snicker popables. The palm trees are twix with peanutbutter cup tops covered in buttercream leaves. The sand is nilla wafers. Everything else is buttercream. Ja Mata is see you later in Japanese. In Japan they rarley say Sianara because it means goodbye forever.

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