Monday, November 05, 2007

ran out of cups


Anna saw both of these at a street festival in Providence. She suggests that they are clarifying that there will be no free cups of any kind. Perhaps their "jumbo" size makes them actual cakes?

5 comments:

CircleALine said...

I've got one for you. I'm having a hard time interpreting the Blogger message here. (See the screen grab shown in the following link.)

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2121/1882417697_d5b4bed9af.jpg?v=0

Obviously, if one wants to delete a post, one hits [Delete It]. What does it mean if one hits ["Cancel"]? From the quotation marks, I can only read it as, "Yes, I'd like to delete this post, but I don't want to hurt its feelings. So 'cancel' my request to delete this post... wink-wink."

See if you can put your spin on it.

bohgirl said...

Maybe they're really bucket cakes?

Jeff said...

At least they were consistent

thomast said...

They've got a point, don't they? These miniature cakes are typically baked in a muffin tin, not a cup. There's no literal involvement of a cup in the preparation or serving of a "cup" cake.

Signs&Wonders said...

maybe they're "bowl" cakes instead?