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After ordering her sons birthday cake online and picking it up at her local Costco, an Arizona woman noticed something “offensive” on the Dinosaur cake. She complained that the dinosaur’s legs read “666.”
“I was extremely shocked and upset to see a demonic symbol written clear as day on my six-year-old son’s birthday cake. What was supposed to be a whimsical dinosaur became something very distasteful. I was extremely surprised at Costco for allowing such an inappropriate joke be sold to an unsuspecting victim.”
What do you think? Devil Dino Cake or just harmless misinterpreted legs?
The cake has now been removed from the complete Costco ordering list, so consumers can’t eat the devil’s cake. And it’s churning a bit of controversy...people are claiming that it’s just a "passive-aggressive war on culture through baked goods.”
Whatever it is, I think people just need to relax and not get (dino)sore about it.
What if Pangea WAS Hell, and it was during the Ice Age when Hell froze over... Cue the Philosoraptor.
Now we all know where they went after the became extinct... Hell? Lol. @danidee
@nicolejb The cake looks good but the reaction the mom had. The one who did the cake was probably just trying to make it look 3D
Haha are you upset about the cake or the reaction? Lol @IlseJimenez
omg!! Seriously Im going back to kpop!!
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