Okay, so screw it, you should know that I am pretty much obsessed with David Cook from American Idol, so all of my considerable energy this evening is going toward drooling, flailing, frothing, twirling, and many other -ings while watching the finale. (Alone. But on the phone during commercials with both my mom and my boyfriend, separately, both of whom are also quite enamored of Mr. Cook.) This means that your obsession with me won’t necessarily be fulfilled today by way of a few words describing something that annoys the hell out of me, and for that I apologize. Please feel free to have a party in my comments, though, if that helps at all.

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  1. My brother, who has “fudge packer” listed as his occupation on MySpace because, well, he really DOES pack fudge, makes the very BESTEST cake in the entire UNIVERSE!!! omg…seriously. I wish I could ship you some of his cake.
    I almost started to obnoxiously list all of his different cakes as if just reading the words would somehow cause the flavor to seep out of your tongue pores, but realized that the very best your imagination could muster would only be a cheap imitation.
    Guess there’s only one way for you to find out, Jodilove.

  2. Darling, I agree. Cake is always disappointing (give me a slightly undercooked, gooey cookie anytime.)
    However, I will also say that free cake (however ordinary) is the ONLY reason to ever go to a wedding. (And it usually beats the hell out of the free fettucine and/or finger sandwiches those wedding people serve).
    And all that said, I make the best red velvet cake I’ve ever had in my life. Just saying.

  3. Oh, Jodi Jodi Jodi. How do I love you so much if you don’t like cake? (Though, honestly, at a wedding with vows like that, it doesn’t sound like they understand good cake.)
    Do you like key lime pie? There’s a bakery in Philadelphia… đŸ˜‰

  4. Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Time: Anytime, although the sooner the better
    Dessert: Beefcake, upside down beefcake, beefcake ala mode.
    And since you’re a vegetarian, you don’t have to swallow.

  5. Cake is merely a tableau for frosting, buttercream cheesecake please.
    Buy a good cookie, a REAL good cookie and scoop at the frosting lightly.
    Frosting scooped on a cookie > cake. It’s in the Bible.

  6. Chocolate chip cake from Hesh’s Bakery! Even better when you put a slice in the microwave for a few seconds so the chocolate chips start to melt! Oy Vey! Ask any Jew in Northeast Philadelphia……

  7. I will offer an alternative (I know: I’m not following instructions): Pequea Valley yogurt (made with milk from grass-fed cows, oh joy). That’s right, yogurt. The chocolate, in particular, which I would scramble over ice cream for, possibly resulting in a mess on my jeans.

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