Computer meets cake
The blog author claims:
"This is legit, folks: never think that I don't do my research! Apparently the store in question had an online ordering form, which then linked directly to the edible-ink printer."
The cake is a lie.
At the end, there will be <!-- [if !supportEmptyParas]--> <!--[endif]--
This really isn't new.
I think it may have even been on the front page.
Not sure whether it is a fake or not, but the cake seems to celebrate the 80th birthday of a lady that expatriated from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, a region in the northern Italy, to Binghamton, NY.
The non-English text is written in what probably is dialect of Friuli, and says: "Happy Birthday to the most beautiful polentona" (a familiar term that denotes those Italians that are from northern Italy) "from Ciseriis" (a village in Friuli) "Forward to one hundred years!"
There are some really, really creepy cakes pictured on that site.
"Bon complean" and Friûl are probably Furlan, but the rest is Italian.
This really isn't new. http://forums.thedailywtf.com/forums/p/4957/110941.aspx I think it may have even been on the front page.
Oh, carp! I searched the forums before posting it, but somehow missed it!
Oh, carp! I searched the forums before posting it, but somehow missed it!Because pre-2008 posts are not indexed. The index only the stuff that has been posted since the last CS upgrade are indexed.
Because pre-2008 posts are not indexed. The index only the stuff that has been posted since the last CS upgrade are indexed.
Now that's a WTF!
Yes, yes, we all know CS is a giant steaming pile of WTF.