Hmmm, Ana’s birthday cake is giving off a totally different vibe. Her mom didn’t plan out the spacing of the letters right and, unfortunately, didn’t leave enough room to dot the exclamation point.
Here’s to hoping Ana cut this birthday cake fast enough that no one noticed the embarrassing typo.
If You Know, You Know
Sweet cake, right? That's until you notice the slight typo in the text! The balloons are perfect, as are the sprinkles, but it seems like this office wasn't too happy about sending off their favorite employee.
They couldn't have the perfect cake - they wanted this sendoff to be one everyone would remember!
Some of you weren't paying attention when the teacher taught cursive, and it shows—R's end up looking like N's, which often makes for some pretty awkward miscommunication.
Not only did Aunt Lola royally mess up Curt's cake - but to make matters worst, she signed it! There's no point at blaming anyone other than Lola for this cake fail!
This cake is so spooky, for a moment, we forgot we were looking at a cake. Is this supposed to be a mummy cake? A "he who shall not be named" (Voldemort) cake?
What on earth was this supposed to be, and how on earth did they manage to make it so oddly realistic and creepy?!
When they asked Tommy what kind of cake he wanted for his birthday, he pouted and said he didn't want cake; he wanted a BBQ. What ten-year-old Tommy doesn't understand is that living in New York in the winter means absolutely no BBQs.
His parents wanted to make him happy, so they made him a BBQ pumpkin pie. The hotdog and hamburger don't look that appealing, but it's the thought that counts, right?