October 23, 2005

Another Saturday, another sponge

People have to stop having 21st birthday parties. If they don't, my life will become nothing more than planning the next cake to outdo the last.

And this is no way to live life, I tell you. I must stop trying to render the world in sponge, and go outside beyond margarine and greaseproof paper. Ah well, 'tomorrow is another day'... as Gone With The Wind would have it (though I doubt Scarlett O'Hara ever had this problem. Mind you, I've never had to worry about keeping a large Southern estate from marauding Yankees either, so I suppose we're even.).

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  1. Excellent effort. Could even be accused of being classy. Do you do requests?

    I must stop trying to render the world in sponge


    23 Oct 2005, 12:16

  2. Hmm…

    Before you go off the idea of making cakes for birthdays, may I remind you that mine is on its way, and my favourite object in the whole world is Durham Cathedral. In meticulously accurate detail.

    Oh, and I don't like scaled versions of said cathedral, so keep it life-size. Cheers!

    23 Oct 2005, 18:30

  3. *Searches terms of house contract for any possible chance of a get-out clause, then realises there isn't one, and goes off to buy a really really big cake tin… :-)

    25 Oct 2005, 00:46

  4. Oh, and as for requests, would depend what they were… if you asked for an accurate representation of a submarine, or as Mr Rodham suggests, a cathedral, you would probably be disappointed by the results… :-)

    25 Oct 2005, 20:31

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