"But, john the hubby of Jen!" you say, "The fourth of July is tomorrow! We need cakes with American flags! And American things! And...you know...America!"
Well, tough. We've picked on Canada enough over the years, and they deserve at least one day of Sweets for putting up with us.
Plus we used up our best American cakes for Memorial Day.
But mostly that first thing.
Er, before we proceed, I think I should mention that Jen & I have logged many, many hours into determining the least offensive, least stereotypical way to write today's post.
Then we gave up and just wrote what we wanted anyway. Sorry. As Craig Ferguson would say, "I look forward to your letters."
Check out that shading! Such great perspective - and almost completely fondant-free.
Freakin' adorable? ALSO yes.
Now how's about a little Canadian landmarkage?
That is the CN Tower. It's 1,815.4 feet - or 553.33 meters - tall and weighs 118,000 tonnes.
So I'm not sure those people are to scale.
These cute crustaceans, either:
Hockey! Or as my French-Canadian dad calls it, 'ockey!
That's their Olympic jersey, too. Pretty sweet.
Speaking of sports, are you ready to have your mind blown?
Oh, and do you see that texture?
Here's something else uniquely Canadian:
Okay, so there are also some in Ohio, but that's almost Canada anyway, right?
Besides, we couldn't find any cakes of poutine, tuques, or adorable accents.
Then there's Canada's other beverage of choice:
Is it too much to hope the map layer is made of Mississippi mud cake?
Happy Belated Canada Day, Canada! Thanks for being the most polite, fun-loving, and best sense-of-humor-having readers we could ask for.
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