Was it actually his birth day? Or his birthday? Because if it was the day of his birth, then maybe they had been calling the fetus "Jeff" and then the quotations would have possible meaning. Man, I waste too much time giving logic to stupid people :D
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Wasn't there a sociopathic cake decorator in a Raymond Carver story?
My friend just retired from wrestling, and if you know anything about wrasslers, they just break a neck and get back in the damn ring, so I'm a bit skeptical about him saying he just had his last match. I wanted the cake to say Happy "Retirement" on it, but his wide made it all classy.
Of course that should say "wife," as in the woman who decorated the cake.
His real name is Frank. They just call him "Jeff" at parties.
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Happy Birth "Jeff" We are glad you were born son, and that it was a happy birth. Those unhappy births are nothing to write home about. Those quotation marks around your name are very distinctive and give it a little class.Not much, but a little. Have a happy "Jeff"! Count Sneaky
Maybe the parents picked the name before the child was born, so this is the anniversary, or birth day, of the word "Jeff", whereas Jeff himself won't have his birthday for another couple weeks.
Am I the only one who thinks it's strange that bakers can create perfect roses out of frosting, then write the message on the cake with all the skill of a 6 year old?
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