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The Force is Strong With This Cake

by Alisha K.
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This Darth Vader cake is simply amazing, no two ways about it. It’s well-designed (just look at those fabric folds!) and perhaps even better executed. But regardless, there is something completely hilarious (to me) about choosing a filling for your Darth Vader. Should there be choice here? Shouldn’t you take what you get and like it, or risk some heavy Force mojo dropping on your face? That seems more appropriate.

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Seriously, banana creme? Darth Vader shouldn’t taste like bananas. He should taste like anger, hatred, and old man sweat. You know it had to be rank under that mask at the end. I doubt he was really keeping up with his dental hygiene, either.

This compelling piece comes from the House of Cakes in Dubai, and so I’m a little surprised it’s not even more of an architectural wonder… though anything more would probably be pretty excessive.

[via Great White Snark]

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