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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Interesting Found - Divorce Cakes

Talking about a break-up or a divorce are always a taboo in a lot of cultures in the world.  However, thing seems slightly changing in America.  People are more open to talk about this painful (or sometimes joyful) experience, and some people even ordered a big divorce or a break-up cake to "celebrate".  The first divorce cake I saw was a cake for Shanna Moakler.  When she announced her divorce to the Blink-182 drummer, Travis Braker; someone made Shanna a divorce cake to welcome her back to the field again.  I believe since then, divorce cakes became acceptable and more popular in public. 

I personally support the words from the Bible - to stay with your partner till death do us part.  However, I do believe that breaking up or sometimes divorcing is a good relief for some people/family.  As most of us have had experienced of breaking up in the past, and most of us had thought that that one moment might be the end of the world, but after whenever certain amount of time, you figured it was NOT!  I believe breaking up or a divorce (I have never gone through a divorce and I don't plan on doing this in my life) may make you become stronger and a better person.  You might know what you want, who you are and how to do better the next time. Who would have thought that ending a bad relationship or a horrible marriage could create an excuse or a reason to eat cake?  Smart idea!

Celebrity, Shanna was surprised by her divorce cake

A close of of Shanna's cake

The divorce cakes made me think of this song - Hit'em up style


Oh, when you go then everything goes
From the crib to the ride and the clothes
So you better let him know that
If he messed up you gotta hit 'em up


When two people decide to get a divorce, it isn't sign that they don't understand one another,
but a sign that they have, at last, begun to.”


ha-ha

Ah, yes, divorce, from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.

A bad divorce!?


A divorce battle

oops, "sorry"

Time to celebrate

Kicking you off from teh cake

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