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  • WitUnderPressure

    I’m sorry, did you need a hand? I couldn’t hear you over the sound of my laughter

  • axioanarchist

    He’s going to blame her, I just know it.

  • Phoebe

    Or maybe he’ll ruin her cake too? She’s dangerously close!

  • Yes

    He did not mind out.

    • =Tamar

      “Mind out”? Where do people say that? “Watch out,” or” mind the rolling pin,” yeah, but I’ve never come across “mind out” before.

      • Must be a British thing, it’s an everyday turn of phrase for me!

        • Apvogt

          As an American (from Louisiana no less) I’m just gonna go ahead and say that British English is weird. Then a British reader is going to say American English is weird and then we will have that out of the way.

  • Me-me

    There is a first time for everything. But I bet this isn’t the first time he’s been such a dink.

  • Cooper

    Knocked off a counter by a clumsy baker, or placed there by a GHOST?

  • Michael Haneline

    I would move my cake out of the way of the impending fall zone if I was her.

  • He should fall, end up covered in his own cake, taste it when some falls in his mouth, realize the cake is dry and the fondant flavorless, then flee the competition in tears!

  • Rolan7

    She did try!
    (out of professional courtesy and concern for the baked good, I suspect).

    • BaronHaynes

      She tried, but then let it happen when he interrupted her.
      >> RENEGADE +2

  • Hmmm. Jealousy hasn’t been a Big Bad yet, has it?

  • =Tamar

    It would be incredibly cool if, as he falls, she successfully catches and rescues his cake. Out of respect for the baked goods.

  • Someone Else

    I’m betting that he blames her for this.

  • Magypsy

    He truly is the Buckley of the competitive baking world.

  • Marnath

    Pride comes before a fall. Quite literally, in his case. :3

    • I was going to say that! I guess we agree. Comedy like this is always funniest when they deserve it.

  • Sanjay Merchant

    I’m gonna be all contrarian and guess that we’re dealing with Envy, not Gluttony in this story. (I’d actually have said Pride, except we saw Pride already.)

    • That was my thought too..can’t have pride anymore! But yeah, no one seems that obsessive about posessing or eating the food, more that the two of them seem to have different skills and both feel threatened by the other. Envy does seem appropriate for that…I guess we’ll see!

    • BaronHaynes

      Hey, you might be onto something there.

    • “Envy” Aggh.

      I said “Jealousy”. I knew it didn’t sound quite right…

    • mistrali

      Gluttony certainly fits, but I’d love it if it were something totally out of left field, like wrath.

  • Sanjay Merchant

    It’s an ugly cake anyway. And if Lexi’s trash talk had any truth to it, it doesn’t taste good either.

  • Volk0v

    I know the flavor is what matters, but… I can’t help but feel that her cake is a little… Drab.

    • I’ll have your slice, then!

  • RazorD9

    She tried. With trying to be the biggest person, it’s as big as you could get with Lucas there.

  • evilvillain

    that’s gonna hurt

  • Except for the pink ribbon, looks like her cake is the one from the cover, huh? : ) And Miss Nora looks like she has a Hotel Gula apron…

  • das-g

    If your winning makes sounds, you might not be doing it right.

  • Weird Oregonian

    That cake looks like it was meant for the Fourth of July in the USA… Let’s over-analyze this! :D

  • Golux

    Pride goeth before a rolling pin ride, eh?

  • Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Ashwin on their wedding anniversary. I trust Mr Ashwin has learnt the three little words every husband needs to say to his wife regularly to ensure a happy marriage:
    “Buy it then.”
    Even Gort learnt that one.

  • This guy

    Heads will roll ing pin

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