F. Scott Fitzgerald is rolling over in his grave as we speak. “The Great Gatsby” is one of the greatest novels of all time, that was eventually adapted into a Hollywood movie. That is precisely how it should have stayed.
This failed attempt at turning this book cover into a cake has us feeling all sorts of things. None of which are good. Fitzgerald, please forgive us on behalf of this unfortunate mess!
Marc With a C
If you have a common name that's spelled uncommonly, you're probably familiar with how hard it is to place orders at Starbuck's. The same goes for ordering a cake.
This baker had never heard of Mark being spelled with a C, it was such a foreign concept for them, "Mark with the sea" felt more probable than Marc with a C.
Here's another example of someone taking an order too literally. The birthday girl's brother ordered his sister a birthday cake. She specifically asked for Justin Bieber and pink color frosting.
What she got was Justin Biber and Pink, the singer. In all honesty, from some angles, Pink looks like Justin Bieber- so maybe they could try telling everyone it's a Justin Bieber 2.0 cake!
The Snow Queen
Elsa's giving us attitude, and we're not sure how we feel about it. This cake could have been salvaged; in fact, it may have even been somewhat Elsa-like, if it wasn't for the fact that her eyes were so far apart.
We're going to call this the Wallmart version of the Elsa cake - it isn't the worst, but it isn't the best.
The person asked to make this cake was given strict instructions - write "happy birthday, boy" only using twelve letters. They did what anyone would do - they merged two words into one, and voila!
The final product is "Happy Birtboy." Listen, it isn't the worst idea; in fact, we may start using this word daily! Birtboy has a nice ring to it!