Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tell me what you want, what you really, really want

My friend in Arkansas (everyone say, “Hey, Jennifer!”) sent me this yesterday. Apparently someone she knows had a going away party for a woman at their office. One of the office supervisors called a local Wal-Mart bakery and ordered a cake for the celebration.

He told the bakery person to write: "Best Wishes Suzanne" and underneath that write "We will miss you." As the picture shows, message sent does not necessarily mean, message received properly. Of course they brought it to the party anyway. It was too funny not to!







6 comments:

Kendra said...

That is hysterical! And at no point during the decorating process did it enter the person's mind...something doesn't sound right?!

Joan said...

I just showed my husband your blog and he told me about his high school girlfriend who got fired from a grocery store bakery because she sold a customer one of the Styrofoam cakes!!

Nancy said...

That cake is hilarious. You'd be surprised what I've taken out of the magazine at the last minute. Sigh.

Okay, I'm willing my picture not to show itself when I click publish ...aaaaaaaannd...

Nancy said...

Dang it!

TeamHoover said...

I admit, I read the writing on the cake first and thought to myself, that is an odd name. I hope the bakery we use to order Ella's birthday cake won't be so literal!

Julie Layne said...

I was reading back posts on a break from my work and just had to comment on this even though it's so old. That is freakin' hilarious!