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Baking By rush2me Updated 28 May 2022 , 5:26pm by -K8memphis

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rush2me Posted 28 May 2022 , 12:55pm
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What do you think happened here? I warned them to keep the cake  in the trunk of car but they insisted that the daughter would hold it on her lap and they would manage. My fault??

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SandraSmiley Posted 28 May 2022 , 2:53pm
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No, absolutely not your fault!  Even if they had put it in the trunk and still managed to ruin it, it still wouldn't be your fault. When it leaves your hands, you are no longer responsible.  If they are asking for a refund or discount, absolutely not.

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-K8memphis Posted 28 May 2022 , 5:21pm
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not your fault but more precautions for going forward may be needed --  you need to box your cakes if you're not already and also deliver cold from the fridge -- how old is the daughter? 

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-K8memphis Posted 28 May 2022 , 5:24pm
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hopefully, the message board will allow you to answer here in this thread -- if not, just start a new thread --

also, the for future precautions i'm presenting are not to make you doubt yourself! they should have done what you said!

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-K8memphis Posted 28 May 2022 , 5:26pm
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and what kind of cake? a tier cake? a layer cake? a sheet?

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