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post #31 of 78
Clean pic, sloppy pic, clean, not-so-clean....
Why?! I just don't understand. Don't use other people's pictures. Obviously, they haven't made many cakes if they thought they could pass the original one off as a sculpted masterpiece. I'm sorry it's mean and a rude comment but it's just so wrong to me.
post #32 of 78

I saw this as soon as it was posted...it had had a few views, no one had commented, and I couldn't believe my eyes. I really couldn't get over the fact that the OP was trying to convince us that it was edible. I too checked out their FB page, and was a bit shocked by the other cakes on there. I just couldn't bring myself to comment, so I'm glad you guys did first!

 

10/10 for the cupcakes though....?!

post #33 of 78

100% Agree that's why I said It was Shocking. I mean , who the H is going to eat a cake that looks like a human? or as a matter fact, who's going to eat the bride of the weeding? I hope the filling was not strawberry to make it look like blood coming out of the body. I also said amazing cause what a imagination. It's not even who made it that has the narcissist taste but the person who ordered it :/ Just trying to be honest sorry.

post #34 of 78

So funny. I immediately knew it was fake but didn't have the guts to say it...lol..The left shoulder is what immediately gave it away. Its an attached mannequin arm. I worked with them for 8 years. Glad Anna called it out. icon_lol.gif
 

post #35 of 78

never mind

post #36 of 78
I've never been a fan of life size cakes that resemble a person, or any animal. I thought it was a fake. Looks like a mannequin with grease all over it.
post #37 of 78
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I've never been a fan of life size cakes that resemble a person, or any animal. I thought it was a fake. Looks like a mannequin with grease all over it.
I started choking when I read that last line. icon_smile.gif seriously cracking up!
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post #38 of 78
Btw, you are all welcome. icon_wink.gif I just couldn't not say something!
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post #39 of 78
Ty ty lol it does. The fake hair eww I would never touch a cake with any hair on it. I can't even eat a piece of cake when someone blows out their candles. Do u know how much spit is on that cake!!!
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I started choking when I read that last line. icon_smile.gif seriously cracking up!
post #40 of 78
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Ty ty lol it does. The fake hair eww I would never touch a cake with any hair on it. I can't even eat a piece of cake when someone blows out their candles. Do u know how much spit is on that cake!!!
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I started choking when I read that last line. icon_smile.gif seriously cracking up!

I will if it is family, I scrape the icing off if it is not family. Really, I don't eat the icing if it isn't mine, anyway. I think candles on cakes for people over 11 is ridiculous, anyway. (for under 3 is pretty silly too, since most babies can't blow)  I do it every year, for every birthday around here, though, since it is expected.

 

Last night my husband and I watched an episode of Monk on Netflix and it was the one were Lt. Disher has a birthday, and Monk insists the Captain put plastic wrap over the cake before they put the candles in. The Captain thinks it is a great idea, but when Lt. Disher blows out his candles the plastic wrap catches on fire, and they have to use a fire extinguisher to put it out, lol!!!

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post #41 of 78

I do like the wedding dress but I don't like that statue. ehhehe

 

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post #42 of 78
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I will if it is family, I scrape the icing off if it is not family. Really, I don't eat the icing if it isn't mine, anyway. I think candles on cakes for people over 11 is ridiculous, anyway. (for under 3 is pretty silly too, since most babies can't blow)  I do it every year, for every birthday around here, though, since it is expected.

 

Last night my husband and I watched an episode of Monk on Netflix and it was the one were Lt. Disher has a birthday, and Monk insists the Captain put plastic wrap over the cake before they put the candles in. The Captain thinks it is a great idea, but when Lt. Disher blows out his candles the plastic wrap catches on fire, and they have to use a fire extinguisher to put it out, lol!!!

I love Monk! I feel like him at times.  I can't eat any frosting off a cake if someone blows out candles, not even if its family.  I can't drink from a drink my own kids drink out of especially my 6 year old. When I watch cake tutorials of any kind I don't like to watch anyone use their bare hands to touch the cake or especially to smooth buttercream!!

There's a certain cake master that does that and each time I cringe just thinking about all the dead skin cells on it.  EEEKKK!!!  Haha! I know, I have some serious issues.  I will never order a cake from that person. lol  I only feel this way with cakes, cupcakes, dessert items, though not cooked food. Weird. 

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post #43 of 78
Omg I'd die laughing I just might have to watch monk on Netflix lol currently were watching puss in boots Halloween lol. Yeah I don't eat cake at all with candles at other ppls house. I will if its my fiancees cake or peyton my daughters. For this reason alone i make peyton her own little cake with a candle on it. Peyton turns four this year and will blow out her own candle.


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I will if it is family, I scrape the icing off if it is not family. Really, I don't eat the icing if it isn't mine, anyway. I think candles on cakes for people over 11 is ridiculous, anyway. (for under 3 is pretty silly too, since most babies can't blow)  I do it every year, for every birthday around here, though, since it is expected.

Last night my husband and I watched an episode of Monk on Netflix and it was the one were Lt. Disher has a birthday, and Monk insists the Captain put plastic wrap over the cake before they put the candles in. The Captain thinks it is a great idea, but when Lt. Disher blows out his candles the plastic wrap catches on fire, and they have to use a fire extinguisher to put it out, lol!!!
post #44 of 78
I know how u feel I cringe just thinking about my first job I had they didn't use gloves at all! I like wearing gloves BC its not that messy and clean up is easy and more sanitary. I always used gloves at work I'd get *****ed at about using them from my co workers BC they didn't want to wear them. Some of them started picking food off the floor and was reselling it. I had to leave that job they were NASTY!!
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I love Monk! I feel like him at times.  I can't eat any frosting off a cake if someone blows out candles, not even if its family.  I can't drink from a drink my own kids drink out of especially my 6 year old. When I watch cake tutorials of any kind I don't like to watch anyone use their bare hands to touch the cake or especially to smooth buttercream!!
There's a certain cake master that does that and each time I cringe just thinking about all the dead skin cells on it.  EEEKKK!!!  Haha! I know, I have some serious issues.  I will never order a cake from that person. lol  I only feel this way with cakes, cupcakes, dessert items, though not cooked food. Weird. 
post #45 of 78

Not to be an ass but OP never said anything about modeling chocolate over rkt or whatnot. Even thought it is presented as something similar " 5 feet tall cake ". Anyways.

 

To me it looks like one of those " Barbie doll cake " , a base in cake and you shove a plastic figure on top. Just bigger.

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