Saturday, October 25, 2008

Wreckplicas

Saturday, October 25, 2008

You readers have some mad skills when it comes to recreating your favorite Wrecks. Check out the "Homicidal Horned Boo-Boo" Wreckplica Mary Beth's friends made for her birthday:

I think lighting his hair on fire was a nice touch, don't you?
joyce said...

My husband looking over my shoulder just said, "that is not terribly appetizing." I think the clown with candles stuck in its hair gives new meaning to the phrase: "your hair is on fire." And someone gave this to a friend as a gift to someone she liked? Yuck.

Becky B said...

Looks a bit like the Joker! Love your site...don't think you'd mind but I posted your site link on my blogroll. :)

horriblelicenseplates said...

What is all that blue squiggle on the bottom supposed to be? A collar? Haha. Good one!

Poetikat said...

I have never liked clowns. This is just a testament to why. They are freakish, terrifying, psychotic - every little girl at the parade's nightmare!

Happy Birthday? How about a Wicked Witch cake while you're at it? Huh?

Kat

JAMIE'S CREW said...

Kind of reminds me of the clown from Stephen Kings "IT".

Laura ~Peach~ said...

i am not usually scared of clowns in fact I LOVE Tim Curry in IT but this made me cringe and back away form the computer!

Jim and Garret said...

I think your site will create another trend.

Picture ordering a cake and deep down hoping that upon pickup, it's a wreck. "Please be a wreck, please be a wreck, it will be so funny, please be a wreck."

That's a Wreck-Junkie.

-Garret-

All Adither said...

I would totally eat his nose first.

Angie (from over at www.HalfAssedKitchen.com)

rrr said...

Is this a cupcake cake?
If not, the hair must be entirely frosting which alone makes me want to hurl.
I think the proper way to cut this cake is with short overhanded stabbing motions, kind of like he would be using on you AAAAHHHHH!

Ellie said...

Easily one of the scariest things I've ever seen. Thee only thing more alarming would be those creepy eyes staring back at me after the rest of the cake had been hacked away and served to the party.
Love your site! It cracks me up!

Neb said...

Uh oh...what have you started? Next there will be "Cake Wreckorating" classes...

Twistie said...

Can't sleep. Clown will eat me.

(rocks in corner)

A Paperback Writer said...

Well, that's scary enough to be a good Halloween cake. :)

generationsean said...

Keept it going.

Anonymous said...

I think it is a combo of a round cake AND a cupcake cake! Ugh!!!

Jill

Linda said...

It looks like Penny Wise the clown from Stephen Kings horror movie "IT"! That thing was spooky!

MagsP said...

If John Wayne Gacy were a cake....

The Girl in the Mirror said...

horriblelicenseplates: i believe the blue squiggle is supposed to be closely trimmed facial hair.

Deborah Godin said...

I especially like the "5 o'clock shadow" in blue.

Deborah Godin said...

I especially like the "5 o'clock shadow" in blue.

Mad Izatie said...

i have always hated clowns, simply because they're scary and they're hideous.

Wendyburd1 said...

*cries* I HATE CLOWNS!!! Scary!!

FreedomFirst said...

Whoa! Just the sort of cake you DON'T want at a toddler's party. After French-Canadian willies, of course.

Jonathan said...

Scary beyond all reason.

Twisty, beautiful Simpsons reference. Now where's that Krusty the Clown cake with the nicotine icing and candy cigarette candles?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a distorted version of Medusa and Insane Killer Klowns from Outer Space.

Hah.

-Amy

Robin said...

This cake was made by the wonderful Jennie to scare MB a little for her birthday ^_^ (Joy made the cupcake hair).

We didn't eat it at the party though! It was too hilarious so we ate another cake and brought Homicidal Bobo to the office. He sat in the fridge terrifying onlookers for about a week. Then I probably ate about half of that cake. After I was convinced that the evil clown had been slain, it was quite delicious.

THANKS FOR POSTING OUR CAKE

-Robin