Macbook Cake

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    That's amazing! Hah! makes me hungry for buttercream frosting and fluffy yellow cake. mmm.
     
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    I think the new MacBook Pro's taste better.

    But man is that cool.
     
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    Cake + Apple = Everything you need in life.

    That must have taken a long time to do.
     
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    hey, one sweet feature is the cake will cook itself!
     
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    wait, how does the screen not fall over:confused:

    since i cant to that i guess i will just have to make a macbook cake, but it will be closed :p
     
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    Can u say Apple Fanboy/girl'ism at its best, haha.
     
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    Nah; it has an iSight. :D
     
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    lol, thats so cool. That mighty mouse looks pretty good to:p
     
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    There is either something holding it behind it or something in between the layers that holds it up. I doubt that you can make it do that without some supporting help.
     
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    If you've watched Ace of Cakes, you might recall the frequent use of wooden sticks. They're basically scaffolding tools that go inside the part of the cake that need such support. That MacBook lid looks thick enough that the use of sticks wouldn't be out of the question.

    Anyway, I love it - I had been pondering what to request for my 18th birthday, and I think I have the answer! Only difference would be it'd be the unibody version. ;)
     
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    I don't think I have ever seen a cake that looks so absolutely amazing.

    Dibs on the Mighty Mouse. It looks mightily tasty! I hope it has jam filling :D
     
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    Looks like fondit to me, if you have ever eaten it, it's horrible. Yuck.... No thanks.
     
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    Fondit? :p

    I think you meant Fondant… and depends who made it. ;)
     
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    Potato/Patato, whatever, it's gross. I refuse to call it cake....
     
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    But it isn't cake. It is icing… or frosting in the US. ;)
     

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