Now, this is a particularly wonderful way to celebrate your divorce.
This is why the law named personal actions “torts.”
However, they are still not even close to the women who had a life-sized version of herself made into a wedding cake, here.
For pictures of the best divorce cakes, click here.
6 thoughts on “Let Them Eat Cake: Rise in Divorces Leads To Creative Niche for “Divorce Cake””
Usually I do not read post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very forced me
to try and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me.
Thank you, quite nice article.
Sally: “I can think of many weddings where those cakes would have been the appropriate choice to use, especially the last one!!”
mespo727272: “I think if I ever needed one it would be a “pound” cake — as in Ms. mespo727272 would pound me…”
My selections would be:
Or an angelfood cake, as in ‘Thank heaven’
Or a Linzer torte as in ‘Nuts to you’
I think if I ever needed one it would be a “pound” cake — as in Ms. mespo727272 would pound me for the thought. She is the original “one who must be obeyed.”
Community property, celebration for life, kinda of like taxes. You know it going to happen, just not sure exactly how much or many….
I would think that if the cake was purchased with a Joint account then yes it is Community property….
I can think of many weddings where those cakes would have been the appropriate choice to use, especially the last one!!
Are the divorce cakes considered to be community property?
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