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Ok, I just uploaded a revised version.  I made the cakes page much more condensed and combined the cookies and treats into one page.  I don't have any descriptions for any of my products now, and I'm not sure how I feel about that.  I may have to go back in and add short descriptions.

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Originally Posted by mcaulir View Post

I think "serious chocolate lover's cupcake" is fine. It's referring to you if you are a serious chocolate lover, then the cupcake belongs to you.

 

I heard back from my bestie, and she said it depends on whether we have a singular lover or plural lovers. A singular possessive would be Lover's Cupcake, while the plural possessive would be Lovers' Cupcake. So I guess either one would work just fine. Of course, I do hope your cupcakes draw plural chocolate lovers! icon_biggrin.gif

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Decorating Basics ~ Flowers & Cake Design ~ Gum Paste & Fondant ~ Advanced Gum Paste Flowers ~ Tall Cakes

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Decorating Basics ~ Flowers & Cake Design ~ Gum Paste & Fondant ~ Advanced Gum Paste Flowers ~ Tall Cakes

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post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by RedInLove View Post

 

I heard back from my bestie, and she said it depends on whether we have a singular lover or plural lovers. A singular possessive would be Lover's Cupcake, while the plural possessive would be Lovers' Cupcake. So I guess either one would work just fine. Of course, I do hope your cupcakes draw plural chocolate lovers! icon_biggrin.gif

Yes, those are correct uses of apostrophes. However, in this case, the website is referring to "a serious chocolate lover", or "the serious chocolate lover (I couldn't find it on the page again, sorry). Both are singular, so the apostrophe should be before the 's' in either case.

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