Congration Walmart writer, you didn’t done it.
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Sadly, the Regional Manager decorated this cake.
May 29th, 2013
Done what? Finally mastered English? Or spelling? I think this ought to be over on “Cake Wrecks” where more people can appreciate it!
The result of a worker being underpaid and overworked…Well, that and being illiterate and getting hired anyway!
I guess at the Walmart bakery you don’t have to pass a basic spelling test to get hired.
These graduates will all be working at Wally World as greeters soon.
“How is ya dun donin; taday sir? Wecum ta WalMat.”
That picture belongs in “Cake wrecks”
Unreal…. Not surprising but unreal….
yeah. good on yew gradiates. speeeling counts.
A cake for someone graduating with a degree in Creative Writing.
Benton Harbor aka Chickenman
You have got to be kidding me! This is absolutely pathetic.
It is quite possible that this was done as a joke. Or someone ordered it this way to make a joke. In any case it isn’t funny. It’s just sad.
Hung lo Mike
I am surprised taking into account the extreme intelligence of the posters here that no one has pointed out that maybe this was ordered this way on purpose.
Elementary school drop out!
May 30th, 2013
This is walmart, so I am sure it is for “Real”
years ago, we had a CARVEL ice cream cake made for a Buddy..
Happy Birthday EAT SHIT
The counter girl just about pissed her pants writing it..
I didn’t even notice that Congratulations was spelled “Congration”. I was more focused on the grammar of “You Done it” that should be “You Did It” It would be nice it “it” had been capitalized.
I doubt this cake was done as a joke, but we would have bought the cake to laugh at.
I think the most ridiculous part is what it says in the lower right hand corner. Fifteen bucks for 1/4 sheet of sponge cake and fake white icing?
Someone needs to submit this to http://www.cakewrecks.com. She’d have a blast with it!
Sad thing is whoever buys it will probably never know there is a misspelling.
This had to be ordered like this. The customer writes out what they want the cake to say and the decorator then follows the ‘work order’ This just shows that wither nobody can spell or it is a joke. I would have done this for my sister that is a horrible speller and she wouldn’t have noticed.
Is it just me, or does the “D” almost look like a “B”. There’s a thought.
This cake did show up on Cake Wrecks today – May 31. If you follow that blog, believe me, this was NOT done as a joke, You’d be astounded at what passes for “cake decorating” in this country. Maybe other countries, too, but almost all of the entries are from the US. You know, the place with the world’s greatest education system. That one.
May 31st, 2013
A winnar iz u!
June 2nd, 2013
I’m thinking the writer of this cake didn’t graduate from H.S.
June 4th, 2013
I read that the customer writes what they want on a card and they do exactly what the customer wrote. This could be one of those. i guess they aren’t paid enough to convince customer’s about spelling and grammar. or the employee doesn’t care.
This could be what the customer wrote on the order. You are supposed to put what the customer orders. Most cakes at Wal Mart come with no writing, and the customer has to order the writing.
June 7th, 2013
apparently the baker didn’t “DO IT” you know ‘gratuate’
June 14th, 2013
Just picked up a grad cake today from WM (Virginia) and it looks 100x better than this one!
June 15th, 2013
I really hope this is a joke yet pretty f*cking hilarious if it isn’t. Either way there are no grammar requirements for icing writing?
August 29th, 2013