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post #31 of 46
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I swear some people think that we just mix up a bunch of ingredients, put it all in the oven and set the timer; when the timer dings we pull a fully finished cake with perfectly smooth buttercream or fondant (depending of course on which ingredients we used) from the oven. You know, "simple"! We then proceed to add decorations, and that's when we get to really stick it to the customer and over-charge!

Bummer, I've obviously bought the wrong ovens. Have you got a link for these ones? icon_biggrin.gif
post #32 of 46
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Bummer, I've obviously bought the wrong ovens. Have you got a link for these ones? icon_biggrin.gif

 


I think those are called "Easy bake ovens" icon_biggrin.gif
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post #33 of 46
This tread is just in time that my husband cousin is asking me for a simple cake (picture below and is not my cake)
I do not sell cakes and I told her this is a expensive gift and she said "I want just a simple cake box cake" like box really save me all the time "simple" doesn't exist when you have a full time job and two kids..... sorry I am so mad :-xs
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post #34 of 46
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This tread is just in time that my husband cousin is asking me for a simple cake (picture below and is not my cake)
I do not sell cakes and I told her this is a expensive gift and she said "I want just a simple cake box cake" like box really save me all the time "simple" doesn't exist when you have a full time job and two kids..... sorry I am so mad :-xs

Wow, that's cheeky! We have a good friend who's a builder. I wonder what his reaction would be if I asked him for an extension - 'but it's just a box on the back of the house'...
post #35 of 46
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Bummer, I've obviously bought the wrong ovens. Have you got a link for these ones? icon_biggrin.gif

 


I think those are called "Easy bake ovens" icon_biggrin.gif

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post #36 of 46

That's a lovely cake, isn't it. Anyone know what kind of grass that is?

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Wow, that's cheeky! We have a good friend who's a builder. I wonder what his reaction would be if I asked him for an extension - 'but it's just a box on the back of the house'...


ROTFLMAO!!! That really hit my funny bone. Love it!

post #37 of 46
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Wow, that's cheeky! We have a good friend who's a builder. I wonder what his reaction would be if I asked him for an extension - 'but it's just a box on the back of the house'...
Lol you make my day icon_biggrin.gif
post #38 of 46

The cake is "Ali"  by Carrie's Cakes
Dimensions: 14"-10"- 6" squares [deep] to serve 140
Price: $700.00

post #39 of 46
@howsweet--possibly wheat grass. You can find it growing in the counters of some juice bars and health food-type places.
post #40 of 46

In New England it's "I just want something plain", or ...................we don't like cake anyway but thought we should have something at the reception for the guests.  My answers are threefold,   Pick one of the following.  1.)  I don't do "plain".  2.)  You'll love MY cake.  3.)  So sorry but that weekend is booked.

post #41 of 46

Nice ^^^

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@howsweet--possibly wheat grass. You can find it growing in the counters of some juice bars and health food-type places.

Thanks, that's hat I was thinking, too. I wonder if they juiced it after. haha

post #42 of 46
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The cake is "Ali"  by Carrie's Cakes

Dimensions: 14"-10"- 6" squares [deep] to serve 140

Price: $700.00
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post #43 of 46
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The cake is "Ali"  by Carrie's Cakes
Dimensions: 14"-10"- 6" squares [deep] to serve 140
Price: $700.00


Is that your cake? It's lovely.

post #44 of 46
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Same here. Or just answer, my cakes are eleventy million dollars.
Oh yeah. I can tell with 95percent accuracy who is just looking for a cheap cake, by the first sentence of their email or message. Sad, but true.
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post #45 of 46

I am reading this at 7 a.m. Thanks everyone for putting a smile on my face for the rest of the day. Loved this!!!:smile:

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