Embarrassing Caker Moment!

Decorating By tsal Updated 3 Oct 2010 , 3:42pm by tsal

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tsal Posted 2 Oct 2010 , 9:47pm
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Dh's friend showed up at my door unexpectedly while I was baking and after chatting with him for about 20 mins, I realized that the whole conversation took place while

a) I was still wearing my hairnet
b) there was cake batter on my glasses

all of this I realized AFTER he left!


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sillywabbitz Posted 2 Oct 2010 , 9:55pm
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That's awesome. The hair net is a good thing..shows how conscious you are of clean baking. As for the cake batter, it sounds adorable.

I dread people seeing what I look like when I bake. Especially when I work with chocolate.

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auntginn Posted 2 Oct 2010 , 10:04pm
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Remember the phrase "You get what you see" I have a set of clothes that look raggedy. Customers and friends for insurance reasons are not allowed there but... I often come out and I am sure its kinda scary. rofl...

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bakingpw Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:08am
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He probably never noticed icon_wink.gif

After work one day, I stopped by the gas station, got gas and a drink, paid inside. Then I went to a restaurant and waited in the bar for my order. I just visited with the other customers. Made one more stop and after arriving home realized I still had my hairnet on ;-( Luckily, I also had my chef coat on, so at least people would understand, but wouldn't you think someone would have mentioned it?

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cakeythings1961 Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:23am
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icon_lol.gif Reminds me of the time I ran to the corner store for more butter....got home & realized I had big smears of red velvet cake batter all over my t-shirt. I looked like I'd been doing some butchering instead of baking!

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russette80 Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:43am
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O my GOODNESS, I am laughing so hard at all the stories you ladies have posted. This post is just what I needed today, Thank you. The image of you in hair net and batter on your glasses is priceless, Im sure you looked professional and cute all at the same time. I once went to the store to pick up some more Marshmallows and when I got home my husband asked me if I knew I had hand prints on my butt, lol. my2 yr old daughter comes up to me and hits my butt and says "momma I want" this or that. She had been playing in the powder sugar as well. and to top it all off, yes my Capri pants were BLACK, lol.

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theonlynameleft Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:49am
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More so than getting caught out looking like a train wreck while cake decorating it would be worse if people can see the nervous wreck I am am in! Language can get pretty bad as well - it certainly seems to bring out the worst in me so certainly wouldn't want anybody catching me in my "decorating mode". Not normally a potty mouth but I think I take after my Mum, she never utters a swear word until she starts sewing....

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tsal Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:07pm
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Thanks so much for your funny stories!!! It's funny how one can get so absorbed in caking that appearance gets forgotten!

Oh, I used to swear when I started caking, but I've mellowed lots. Now it takes a lot to get me going!

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tootie0809 Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 2:16pm
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My husband has pointed out several times when I'm walking around the house or headed out to do errands and have powdered sugar on my eyebrows and tip of my nose.

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bakencake Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 3:07pm
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I always have two beers after a long day of caking, this is about twice a month. one time there where 3 beers left and since i had a really hard day i decide it would make sense to drink all of them. when my DH got home the cake was done and i was drunk. He didnt know what was going on. LOL!!! Of course this is when everyone drops by as im stuttering drunk.

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tsal Posted 3 Oct 2010 , 3:42pm
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Love the drunk story!!!! As long as you're not drunk while you're caking - that would make for some crooked cake!

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