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Dear Faithful Servant Anna, Thank you sooooo much. I think the 1,000 cupcakes is a great idea! I should have thought of that. <dumb> My daughter's white, but with a little pink in her cheeks, and absolutely gorgeous. Her eyes are blue with a little green in them but not too much and her hair is a sort of golden-blonde-wheat but no yellow and it's cut in a bob but with curls kind of like Shirley Temple. I don't know who that is but I saw a picture of her. Would you like me to send you a picture of Shirley Temple or would it be more helpful if I sent you a picture of my daughter? Did I say that I need the cake delivered this Saturday? Thank you for the donation. I will give you a generous tip as soon as I get the money transferred from a Nigerian bank to my account.

Shanter

You are SOOO welcome, I am happy to help, and could use the extra business. Your daughter sounds lovely, I saw a commercial for a boxed set of Shirley Temple movies, about 15 years ago, so I know just what she looks like! Wow, what a coincidence! Saturday is a little close, good thing I slept good last night ;-) I will get started right away. If you give me your address, I will just deliver them all right before the party. Actually, since you will be giving transferring money anyway, if you want, I can go ahead and get the party balloons, and plates, and flatware, and such. I am sure you have your hands full, and you can just pay me back when you get the money. I trust you, it actually feels like fate, since your daughter looks so much like the little girl in the commercial. That's really cool!!

 

Anna

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post #77 of 82

Anna,

 

I am cancelling my cake order and will have to find another baker who will donate the cake. You said: "good thing I slept good last night." That should have been "good thing I slept well last night." I just can't promote your business if you don't know English grammer!

 

shanter

 

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[P.S. Yes, in real life II know how to spell grammar]

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

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post #78 of 82
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Anna,

 

I am cancelling my cake order and will have to find another baker who will donate the cake. You said: "good thing I slept good last night." That should have been "good thing I slept well last night." I just can't promote your business if you don't know English grammer!

 

shanter

 

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I think it is pretty hysterical you will have someone make the cake that is stupid enough to do it for free, and volunteer to make 1000 cupcakes, but the grammar turns you off, lol!!!!

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post #79 of 82

That's what I was going for! (and I just noticed a typo I didn't fix, so -5 points for me)

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post #80 of 82
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No, wait, I'll do the facebook request:

I need cak 4 bday.what you got? Can u do dat?

Where I come from "cak" has nothing to do with cake unless you're referring to an already used one, if you know what I mean.

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Where I come from "cak" has nothing to do with cake unless you're referring to an already used one, if you know what I mean.

Haha! Yes,I thought of that, but that's about the quality of the spelling from facebook cake requests, so I wanted to be authentic.
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Very, very droll, guys. 

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