Inspired by Wendy Macnaughton
So I was hanging with one of my good-est friends in the world yesterday. We were having an opiniated conversation about irrelevant things but she was just not letting me finish a sentence without interrupting. Disgruntled, I had asked her whether she had heard the knock-knock joke about the interrupting sheep. Suspicious as always, she never let me execute the joke to it’s final end.
But little did she know I would have the final laugh- Jo, I have hence forth declared you as the murderer of jokes.
For those interested, this is the joke in its full glory
Literature AND Cake. Mmmmm
Originally posted on A Whale of a Tail:
There was a point in my life where I thought I was a semi-decent cake decorator. This abruptly ended when I saw an episode of Cake Boss and the illusion shattered causing me to realize that I am, at best, a mediocre cake designer. My cake decorating pinnacle was in high school when I created a globe cake for my Human Geography class complete with blue frosting water and green fondant. The best thing I can say about that cake – it tasted goodish?
The following cakes are light-years more advanced than anything I could make. Please revel in the beauty of literary-inspired cakes:
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll