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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Cut it all up "to make life easier for them" .. They wouldn't notice the one missing piece
    I shall forevermore piece together all pre-cut cakes to ensure I'm not being shafted by one piece!

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    I would give up after two minutes and probably eat 3 pieces out of frustration

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    Silly me used a round cake tin so a missing slice would be very obvious. I should've used a loaf tin, then I could've sliced some off the end.

    Didn't think far enough ahead.


 

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