Ewwww What Is That?

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Is a cake supposed to ooze?


August 9, 2009 Posted by | food | , , , | 1 Comment

Lobster Engagement Party Cake

Why would somebody think this was a cute idea for an engagement party cake? I’m not kidding! The explanation, for this specific cake, said it was for an engagement party cake. The last thing I wanna think about, while eating cake, is something that smells fishy.

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August 5, 2009 Posted by | food | , , | Comments Off on Lobster Engagement Party Cake

Vietnam Veteran Keeps Vow, Eats 40-Year-Old Cake

Vietnam Veteran Keeps Vow, Eats 40-Year-Old Cake

WASHINGTON —  Forty years later, Henry A. Moak, Jr., still loves his pound cake.

Col. Henry A. Moak Jr. digs in to an Army ration pound cake from 1973 at his retirement party.

The Army colonel popped open an old military ‘C’ Ration can of pound cake from 1969 at his retirement ceremony, and dug in.

Moak got the drab olive can as a Marine helicopter pilot off the Vietnamese coast in 1973. He vowed to hang on to it until the day he retired, storing it in a box with other mementos.

After a formal retirement ceremony, dozens of friends and relatives joined Moak in the Pentagon’s Hall of Heroes as he opened the can to cheers. Moak joked earlier this week that he hoped the can wouldn’t explode. It let off a whooshing sound as the pressure seal broke.

“It smells good,” Moak said as he put a handful in his mouth. He jokingly staggered back a few feet and loudly cleared his throat, while one person yelled out, “Eeww, gross!”

Click here to read the rest of the story at Foxnews.com

Thank you to Mr. Henry A. Moak Jr. for his service to our country!

July 24, 2009 Posted by | Ew Gross | , , , , , | Comments Off on Vietnam Veteran Keeps Vow, Eats 40-Year-Old Cake

Old & Stale

The party was last Thursday. Today is Monday. Nobody wants your shitty old, stale cake. Stop being lazy. Throw it away. FYI: My anti-social attitude means I don’t care if I’m not invited to your “office” party. It also means, I don’t want to hear your “office” party either.

June 1, 2009 Posted by | food | , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Old & Stale