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Originally Posted by scrumdiddlycakes View Post

What on Earth does that mean? It sounds like great fun! haha

 

 

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Anna, take a deep breath, count to ten and then scream and chuck a wobbly and get it out of your system.  The deep breath and the counting are just so you can tell yourself you tried to stay calm.  The screaming and wobbly are actually much more useful as they will actually help get it out of your system for a while.  Either that or go buy a tent!

I was thinking of becoming an alcoholic.... Or smoking some reefer... To bad I have NO IDEA where to get some ;-)

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post #32 of 82
Cazza1, what does that mean? Have a tantrum? Actually throw something?
post #33 of 82
Yes it means throw a tantrum!
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post #34 of 82
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I was thinking of becoming an alcoholic.... Or smoking some reefer... To bad I have NO IDEA where to get some ;-)

Where I grew up it was always behind the 7- eleven, lol. Could give that a go :p

post #35 of 82
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Where I grew up it was always behind the 7- eleven, lol. Could give that a go :p

EDIT! haha


Edited by Annabakescakes - 4/8/13 at 11:26pm
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post #36 of 82

It is perfectly acceptable to throw or punch things when Chucking a Wobbly . icon_lol.gif

 

I used to find the freezer at work an excellent Wobbly Chucking Venue. ( frozen cardboard boxes absorb impact well without damaging the caking equipment. 

It is also acceptable to "Curse a Blue Streak " in conjunction with the Wobbly Chuck . 

post #37 of 82
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I cuss a blue streak, and slam things, and am mean to my poor husband... I literally have NO patience, AT ALL, when I am irritated like this. I swear, it's a rut. Now that it is nice out, I should get some exercise. I'll feel loads better, but I will still not ever make a cupcake cake. That is NOT HAPPENING!

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post #38 of 82

Chucking a wobbly is an adult tantrum.  There definitely should be a good dose of swearing in there.  If throwing things try to keep them away from the hubby and kids and most definitely do not kick the dog.

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Well, a 2 layer half sheet cake is 96 servings, so I would charge $240, bare minimum...like iced, with piped roses on it, and a shell border.  I can make about a dozen roses in 5 minutes.
That's great! If you can sell a basic sheet cake for $240, more power to you, that would be an extremely high markup.
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And I do have a solid competitive advantage: My cakes aren't ugly. And they are yummy!
You probably need a little more than yummy and not ugly to sell a basic sheet cake for that much. icon_wink.gif
post #40 of 82

You know Anna it is very obvious that you are just not eating enough chocolate.  Work those endorphins girl!

post #41 of 82
The mere fact that you referred to it as reefer is reason enough for you to stay away from it!
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post #42 of 82

Girl, you need to watch some "Project Runway" (and maybe seek counseling. *snort*). Don't you know it's all about expressing your creative "point of view"? haha. 

Still, sometimes you have to make the fish-shaped cupcake cake in pink, yellow and blue, to pay the bills. *gag*

 

I can sympathize. Despite the fact that I have worked with young children for 21 years (god i just did the math. i am old), I have degrees, worked for early intervention, consulted on difficult developmental cases, made impressive diagnoses (TYVM), and raised one awesome kid (damn, I am old!). I still get called "the babysitter" by my clients. Seriously? I'm on par with that 16-year-old who ate all the food in your fridge last weekend? Fine, just pay the bills, I guess I'll get over it. :D

 

On the upside, you can get on the interwebs and moan about it, cuz we are all sympathetic. 

 

jen

post #43 of 82
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Girl, you need to watch some "Project Runway" (and maybe seek counseling. *snort*). Don't you know it's all about expressing your creative "point of view"? haha. 

Still, sometimes you have to make the fish-shaped cupcake cake in pink, yellow and blue, to pay the bills. *gag*

 

I can sympathize. Despite the fact that I have worked with young children for 21 years (god i just did the math. i am old), I have degrees, worked for early intervention, consulted on difficult developmental cases, made impressive diagnoses (TYVM), and raised one awesome kid (damn, I am old!). I still get called "the babysitter" by my clients. Seriously? I'm on par with that 16-year-old who ate all the food in your fridge last weekend? Fine, just pay the bills, I guess I'll get over it. :D

 

On the upside, you can get on the interwebs and moan about it, cuz we are all sympathetic. 

 

jen


Oh, let me guess, people tell you things like, "It must be so fun to play with kids all day, I wish my job was like that!"

post #44 of 82
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Girl, you need to watch some "Project Runway" (and maybe seek counseling. *snort*). Don't you know it's all about expressing your creative "point of view"? haha. 

Still, sometimes you have to make the fish-shaped cupcake cake in pink, yellow and blue, to pay the bills. *gag*

 

I can sympathize. Despite the fact that I have worked with young children for 21 years (god i just did the math. i am old), I have degrees, worked for early intervention, consulted on difficult developmental cases, made impressive diagnoses (TYVM), and raised one awesome kid (damn, I am old!). I still get called "the babysitter" by my clients. Seriously? I'm on par with that 16-year-old who ate all the food in your fridge last weekend? Fine, just pay the bills, I guess I'll get over it. :D

 

On the upside, you can get on the interwebs and moan about it, cuz we are all sympathetic. 

 

jen

 

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Oh, let me guess, people tell you things like, "It must be so fun to play with kids all day, I wish my job was like that!"

HAHAHA! I would not be one saying that to you, I really can't stand other people's kids, for the most part. I was a babysitter from 5th grade up to 9th. I really enjoyed it, and the kids, I used to actually hand out with them, after the sitting part. I am glad you are there for them, so people like me don't have to be ;-)

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post #45 of 82
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The mere fact that you referred to it as reefer is reason enough for you to stay away from it!

lol!

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