tillerman35: Except that at some point it stops being a cake and starts being an elaborate sugar, fondant, and gum paste confection that happens to be on or near a cake. The mere fact that the sugar, fondant and gum paste are technically edible (but mostly gross to eat) does not make them part of a cake. While I applaud the maker for his miniature sculpture skills, it's simply not a cake. It's a sculpture that happens to have some cake in it.Cake is comprised of two things: Cake and Frosting. The preferred method of applying frosting to a cake is to chill the frosting in its can, open, and then eat it with a spoon while watching re-runs of The Ghost and Mrs Muir on VHS. (Also, please note: "Vanilla frosting" is neither vanilla nor frosting. It is an ungodly froth born of the perverse union of Sin and Depravity and should be smote from the face of the Earth.)
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