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Elegant Cakes – Wrecks of Plenty
Life Should Be Cake

Wrecks of Plenty

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According to Wikipedia, the cornucopia – or “horn of plenty” – is typically a hollow, horn-shaped wicker basket filled with various kinds of festive fruit and vegetables.

According to Wreckerators, this is a cornucopia:

Where “festive fruit and vegetables” = “neon holographic plastic flotsam bits.”

 

And this:

“Is that a vomiting tornado in your cart, or are you just sorry to see me?”

 

I refuse to believe this next one is anything other than a pile of tiny Wizard hats:

How many tiny Gandalfs had to die for this cookie cornucopia cake, huh? HOW MANY??

 

Fortunately, some of you knew better than to order a cornucopia cake. You ordered one of these lovely turkey ice cream cakes, instead:

So at least you have that to look forward to.

Heh. Aheh.

[keep scrolling]

Heh.

 

Oh, I’m sorry, do you still have an appetite? Here, let me help you with that:

Just think, “Charred and slimey.” Thaaat oughta do it.

 

So in conclusion, tomorrow, remember to:

“Goble Goble,”

 

and:

But only one. Times are tough these days.

 

A very special “thank” to Diana T., Pam M., Sarah H., Tracy B., Sarah B., Linda S., & Emily G. (You guys will have to share.)

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