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Strangest name you've ever had to put on a cake?

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Mine was Gimpel - sounds exactly like it's written.

What is yours?

post #2 of 6

I rarely put names on cakes, and the ones I have weren't unusual. BUT I saw a picture once (here on CC, I'm pretty sure), either cookies or a cake, with the monogram:

 

dOa

 

If I was a Donna or a Denise, marrying an Andrew or an Alan, whose last name was Oliver or Osborne, I would NEVER put the monogram on anything :lol:.

post #3 of 6

I think the strangest one I have had was Waana . Not a common name here in OZ , it was for a four year old girl by the way. 

post #4 of 6
It was "happy birthday Ao"
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Sorry her name was "A-O". We even called to make sure that was correct or an abbreviation, but they said no.
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post #6 of 6

I also very rarely put names on cakes, I did have an initial monogram though, they insisted on it. pEe, just like that, but in fancy gold letters on a 3 tier cake.

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