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post #31 of 111
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Originally Posted by meriem View Post

 Why would someone make an account just to rant to decorators about how rubbish Walmart is...

 

Some people are just troublemakers. They get their kicks from watching the reactions. Or they don't even see many of the reactions before they go off to be a troll somewhere else.

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post #32 of 111
Well given OP hasn't been back to the thread, I call BS.
post #33 of 111
Well given OP hasn't been back to the thread, I call BS.
post #34 of 111
It's possible OP only has time to check CC at night or may not check every day, I'd give it another couple days.
post #35 of 111
I'm on a mobile device so I can't see when exactly someone posted. It still sounds fishy.

However, I worked for Wal Mart for years before and during college and basically all the bad stuff you hear is true.
post #36 of 111

There are some very lonely people out there on the World Wide Web, that love to stir things up for their own entertainment.  The giveaway was the size of the cake they supposedly ordered then supposedly got.  There's your sign!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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There are some very lonely people out there on the World Wide Web, that love to stir things up for their own entertainment.  The giveaway was the size of the cake they supposedly ordered then supposedly got.  There's your sign!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Or it's possible that WM just gave them the wrong size cake.
post #38 of 111
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Originally Posted by V_Dizzle View Post

pretty sure the OP created a profile on CC just to post about this ...her username should give that away and based on the fact that her account was created yesterday. I hate that that happened to her, but as many said before, it's WALMART! Would you buy your dress their? Dress and cake are two of the most important things for traditional weddings. I wouldn't leave that up to Walmart.


I thought the same thing in regard to the name and when the account was created. Why go to all that trouble just to complain about something? And here - where we're all obviously non Walmart bakers and decorators? Go back and yell at more managers or an Ihatewalmart forum. SMH.

post #39 of 111

How do you not notice you are missing an entire tier?  You are picking up 2 cake boxes instead of three...you notice that.

post #40 of 111
I believe walmart wedding cakes aren't that bad. I think its more about people seeing walmart as a big concurrention because it has very low prices.
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post #41 of 111

I've tasted a chocolate WalMart wedding cake, and yes, it was bad.  It was a small two tier, white frosting, simple border, a few flowers.  And the reason that the cake was purchased there?  It was cheap!  That was all they cared about.  Had I known that they were on a budget, I could have easily made them a small cake for the occasion as my gift (the bride is my cousin-in-law's mom - my God-daughter's grandma).

 

For some very low budget weddings, unfortunately, a WM cake is what's affordable.

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post #42 of 111

I find the chocolate and the yellow cake flavors to be completely indistinguishable from each other in a blind taste test. Seriously. I was at work one day, and had to level the cakes before icing them, (which they recommended just evening it out with extra icing) and I ate the portion I cut off of them, and I seriously couldn't tell the difference. So I took a couple cube sized pieces, one of each "flavor" and shook them up in my hands, then closed my eyes and ate them one at a time, mashing them with my tongue, swirling it around, and really tasting. (I worked by myself, lol) I literally could taste no difference, whatsoever.

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post #43 of 111

Silly, the yellow cake has big yellow taste, and the chocolate has big brown taste.  Clearly for the refined palate.icon_razz.gif

 

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post #44 of 111
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Silly, the yellow cake has big yellow taste, and the chocolate has big brown taste.  Clearly for the refined palate.icon_razz.gif

 

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HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAA!!!!

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post #45 of 111
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Silly, the yellow cake has big yellow taste, and the chocolate has big brown taste.  Clearly for the refined palate.icon_razz.gif

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Ha! So that's what yellow tastes like!
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