Tuesday, June 21, 2011

It's Sinfully Delicious!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011



Thanks to eagle-eyed Wreckporter JD R., who will play devil's advocate anytime, if it gets her chocolate cake.
SuBee said...

Amen!

Fluffy Cow said...

Religious flotsam?

elissa said...

Didn't you know? If you don't put a cross on a Devil's food cake, he can get in when you eat it. That's what happened to the girl in The Exorcist, but they had to cut that scene.

At least it wasn't priced $6.66.

Sharyn said...

Why would anyone buy a cake that's likely to burst into flames at any moment?

WV: clogic -- This baker's logic functions are clogged.

SuBee said...

Thank you Elissa!
I've been avoiding devil's food cake for many years, as I feared releasing you know who. I'm going to run out and get a crucifix ASAP, so I can once again enjoy this tasty treat.

Kate said...

Oh my word...I can just see the looks now when I walked into Bible college with this...it reminds me of the white chocolate cross my mother bought me for Easter when I was twelve. It just didn't feel right to eat it...

deckardcanine said...

Now to find an angel food cake with a pentagram.

Rosie said...

deckardcanine had me ROFL for real. Thanks for that & off to the bakery!

Donna said...

I wonder if the outline of the cross is burned into the cake? This is why I normally steer clear of obviously religious references in food.

Toni Ware said...

BRILLIANT!!! heheheheheheheheheheh

joyce said...

wish I had a camera on my cell phone because I saw a half circle cake iced with black icing to simulate a tire, and a matchbox car from CARS on top. black icing. bleck.

Anonymous said...

Ahehehehehe

Loo-E Loo-I said...

And what would you drink to wash it all down...

holy water!

wv: ausnacu. After one sneezes, au-shacu!, this cake should not be offered.

michelej said...

I think the sprinkles really sell it, don't you?

me said...

OT, but Disney Geeks, Beyond the Rack is having a classic Disney print/poster showcase today: http://www.beyondtherack.com/event/showcase/17982 Great stuff, I just ordered the Queen of Hearts print :)

Jen said...

@deckardcanine - I just checked to see if the Hanukkah pentagrams in the new book are on angel food cakes. They're not. DRAT.

;)

Anonymous said...

I think the lid is just one upside down. Turn that photo around and it is perfectly logical...

Delight said...

Funny. Just what a cake-loving hobbyist writer loves to see on her Bday.:) An oxy"moronic" cake teehee!

wv ogeles. The birthday girl ogeles this cake and giggles profusely. ;p

Craig said...

@deckardcanine, check with Sandra Lee. That's probably the only permutation she hasn't covered yet.

Craig said...

@Jen, do you mean...? Are we talking something kinda sorta homemade? A certain dreadful curiosity arises. I gotta get that book.

Kayla said...

The power of Christ compels you!
The power of Christ compels you!
The power of Christ compels you!

hehe :)

Anonymous said...

You so need to share this one with the people at despair.com! Their stuff is almost as awesome as yours!

heyitshillary said...

.... someone phoned it in today ... le sigh

J. said...

(Un)Holy chocolate cake, Batman!

Should have used Angel food.

Micalah said...

Just bring this to the next church gathering...

Anonymous said...

This is probably from the same grocery store that advertised ham for Passover. Siiiiiiigh. And the Wreckorator probably did not get the joke at all.
LittleRed1

Anonymous said...

deckardcanine wins the interwebs!!

craig needs to go sit in the corner for summoning the S.L. when we already have the Devil in attendance. LOL

my wv is nansati which is an anagram for In Satan! cue Twilight Zone theme! (no, no, not the one with Edward)

-Barbara Anne

Arlene said...

Lol!! I am guessing that wreckerator either didn't want their job anymore or they feel sprinkles are unholy and needed that crucifix to make sure they didn't fly off and blind helpless customers. My..but that cake does look yummy lol.

Adorably Dead said...

At first I huh'ed? But then I loled.

amyandtenaya said...

i face/palmed and lol'd when i saw it so my 16 month old daughter copied the face/palm and lol'd causing more lol's between the both of us

Amber said...

For only $7.99 you can bring laughs and/or theological debate to your next church dinner.

serns said...

This guy at work makes a chocolate nativity scene every year. He puts it out for people to eat but they're mostly afraid to. Also the chocolate's just oK. (I ate a lamb, didn't want to seriously offend anyone by going after the main characters.)