Move over wedding cakes. A strange new trend is on the rise throughout the world, as cheerful new divorcees celebrated their new-found freedom with parties — and divorce cakes.
It’s certainly a very optimistic way to look at the end of a marriage, and the cakes range from light-hearted…;
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…; to literal. No prizes for guessing what these bakers were getting at.
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Some people get poetic with the icing.
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While others don’t beat around the bush.
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And some are just clever.
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There are also witty takes on traditional wedding cakes, like this poor marzipan bride who’s taken a tumble.
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And the interpretations of “’til death do us part” range from the jokey…;
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…;to the sinister.
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And it’s not just professional bakers making divorce cakes, as people whip up homemade goodies for their newly-single pals.
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But, naturally, the professionals do it better.
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Why not say goodbye to your ex via delicious bakery snacks?
Forget the just-been-dumped tub of Ben & Jerry’s — these happy singletons will have their divorce cake and eat it.