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March 23, 2013

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Behold – The Cupcakening!

by Michael Langlois

The Cupcakening begins!  As we speak a gallon of frosting is being made in the kitchen in order to smother these lovelies in sugary glory.  The house is filled with the heady aroma of cooling cake and the sound of mixers and jangling oven racks. 

There’s a couple hundred tiny cakes here, but nobody is allowed to have any, apparently.  Which the dogs and I feel is extremely uncool.  Okay, that’s not completely true.  Susie informed me that I’m allowed to have ONE, but I’ll have to eat it on the way to the emergency room.  

I’m thinking about it.

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  1. Worth it. I went to a book sale earlier today and there were people walking around offering free cupcakes. Every time they walked through the space, they completely ignored me. I was hungry, hurt, & kind of offended. But not so offended that I didn’t give them $50 for a boxful of awesome books.

    Back to your dilemma – one of us should get a cupcake today, dammit.

    Reply
    • Michael Langlois
      Mar 23 2013

      Agreed! LET US FEAST ON TINY CAKES OR CHOKE THEIR BAKERIES WITH OUR DEAD!

      Reply
  2. Erin
    Mar 24 2013

    I was about to say that you just made the entire internet jelous, but it sucks that you’re not allowed more than one cupcake. I can barely control myself and my wallet every time I even pass by a bakery, but to have so many delicious cupcakes around and not be allowed to scarf them down? Torture!

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    • Michael Langlois
      Mar 24 2013

      I made it through the night without picking up any stitches…um, eating any cupcakes. But today! Today there will be much rejoicing and scarfing!

      Reply

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