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post #16 of 23

Pure cannibalism! I can't for the life of me see how anyone can eat one of these! The well made ones are bad, the poorly done ones absolutely disgusting. Looking  back of what I just wrote, I don't think there is such a thing as a well made one when the subject is considered. They range from disgusting to vulgar. That's just my opinion, but I can see I'm not alone.

Yes, this is a terrific way to start a long put-off diet.

 

Jan

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post #17 of 23
Lol.... It's a Gril!
Thanks for sharing!
post #18 of 23

AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!  OMG those were horrible!!! How can you cut up a baby and eat it?  That picture will haunt my dreams! icon_eek.gifouch.gif

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post #19 of 23
WOW!!! I have NEVER seen any cakes more unappetizing than those! Thank you for sharing!
post #20 of 23

Who in their right minds would want a cake with a woman pushing a baby out and then actually eat it? Horrifying and disgusting.  I would never make a cake like that, I don't care what my customer wants I would turn it down.  Also, the second to last one looks like a dead baby, its on one of those metal trays and looks blue, that is so awful and sad.  If I was the mother to be that got that cake I would probably start crying.

post #21 of 23

combination of porn and human sacrifice. the only thing that has equaled it was a man's booty hair one;

 

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post #22 of 23
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Not only are they unbelievable but the link was found on the page of a serious news article.  Go figure.

post #23 of 23
Actually, it should be:

Hello Mummy,
Good-bye uterus
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