Check out this hilarious story (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/14/dining/14cake.html) in today’s New York Times. It’s about a popular food blog called Cake Wrecks, which publishes photos of (and funny commentary about) professionally baked cakes “gone horribly horribly wrong.” The funniest part is the slide show of pictures from the blog. There are cakes with unintentional misspellings (“I Lave You”) and with written messages that were never supposed to be. One is inscribed in icing with the words “Leave Blank,” another with “Nothing.” (Presumably, the customer asked for nothing—not “nothing”—to be written on the cake.) I guarantee it’ll make you laugh.