Tiki Cake

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looks pretty yummy 😉


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    tiki god

    my name is not lauren.

    GorillaMunch

    @tiki god: It’s French.

    #makecasemdsgreatagain

    Tiki’s a french fagot.

    Awesome1

    I used to hate Tiki images here and thought is was tasteless pandering. Alas, this site rules and we all should suck his dick a lil bit for it, or at least put up with others doing so.

    dieAntagonista

    @Dyna-Mole: I know what you mean. And I never understood why anyone would submit a picture like this until I found a Tiki one myself. My first impulse was, ZOMG GOTTA SHOW MCS POST RIGHT NAO. Didn’t do it though. Tiki doesn’t approve of most of my magnificent findings and I can’t handle rejection.

    This is a good cake.

    terwilligher

    it looks completely professionally done.

    but somehow i doubt the ancient polynesians used such bright happy colors.

    natedog

    I’M NOT SUCKING TIKI’S DICK

    MonkeyHitman

    @natedog: that’s what you think. it happens in your sleep.

    tiki god

    @terwilligher:

    you need to educate yourself on some tiki stuff then. They were both bland AND colorful types!

    Puulaahi

    Tiki Statues> Statues of Jesus

    Luke Magnifico

    I’m betting Lauren’s pretty yummy.

    God damn it, why can’t I stop myself?

    GorillaMunch

    @nobody knows: Dont invoke the wrath of the Tiki god. It may hurt more than a razor dick ring

    Sticky

    @GorillaMunch:
    It may hurt more than 40 razor dick rings, because that’s as many as four tens.

    Annarchy

    @Dyna-Mole:
    You first.

    For some reason, I am disturbed that this cake has nostrils on it.

    teasister

    Would like to make a similar Tiki cake. Looks a lot cooler than typical frosting…is this fondant? Any suggestions on replicating welcome. I plan to make a standing Tiki totem pole cake using 8 Wilton 6″ round cake pans. Will hope the totem pole will not topple if I use drinking straws or thin bamboo skewers to secure layers as I stack them. Where can I buy (or how do I make) the fondant, if that is what is used here.
    Thanks!!