As always, the Naked Mohawk Baby Carrot Jockeys continue to dominate. Here Angela M's sister made her a whole armada for her birthday:
And "Another Jen" and her friend Darla made this diverse "Cornucopia Rodeo" for their desks:
Yet another Jennifer had these made for her daughter's 14th birthday:
[singing] "I believe the children are our fuuuuture.
Teach them well and LET them wreck the waaay..."
Good work, Jennifer.
Duncan S. stayed up just a little too late reading the wreckage, and got inspired to draw a few hilariously wrecktacular pictures:
Hah! Nice job, Duncan.
(And thank you for putting a diaper on the cowboy jockey. No, really. Thank you.)
One of the book-exclusive Wrecks got some love this month:
And here's Danielle Q.'s version, which she made for one of her fellow pastry chefs:
Wrecky henchperson (wrenchperson? henchky?) Cat T. decided to try her hand at cake decorating. So what did she choose to make for her very first decorated cake? Why, this, of course:
Hee. Ahee. Hee.
"I am a government employee working overseas, and part of my job duties include acting as chief coordinator when we have VIP visitors in my city. A few weeks ago I was working with a high-level government official...(and) our schedule included lunch with a major world religious leader, who found out that it was the official's birthday. The religious leader produced a cake that was, by all accounts, incredibly delicious. However, as soon as I saw it, all I could think was CAKE WRECK!!
So let's recap: I'm sitting at a table with the spiritual leader of several hundred million people around the world and a high-powered go-to guy in DC who could destroy my career in one phone call... and I can't stop snorting into my napkin in an attempt to pass my laughter off as bad allergies.
I hope you're happy with yourself."
Aw, you better believe it.
And now, the moment you've all been waiting for: yesterday's winner!
Actually, your one-liner entries were so good that I decided to pick *three* winners. And they are [drum roll, please] :
Jenniffer ("Now Dolphin-Free!"), Lynn ("Get used to disappointment."), and
Dolores ("In some foreign countries this is actually a compliment.")!
Congrats, ladies! Please e-mail me with your addresses & any special requests for the personalization.