22 Hilarious Divorce Cakes That Are Even Better Than Wedding Cakes

With these funny cakes…you can have your divorce and eat it too!

1. A steampunk wedding means a steampunk divorce.

A steampunk wedding means a steampunk divorce.

2. This intricate design is basically an edible settlement agreement.

This intricate design is basically an edible settlement agreement.

3. Though not edible, this one was made from actual divorce papers.

Though not edible, this one was made from actual divorce papers.

Pretty crafty.

4. Rats, anyone?

Rats, anyone?

5. The heart is a lonely island.

The heart is a lonely island.

6. Well that’s one way of making amends.

Well that's one way of making amends.

7. Draw!

Draw!

8. Melancholy, but very intricate.

Melancholy, but very intricate.

9. Bury the ring, once and for all.

Bury the ring, once and for all.

Just be careful not to swallow it.

10. Has anybody seen Ken?

Has anybody seen Ken?

11. One ring to rule them all.

One ring to rule them all.

12. Clear. Concise. Confirmed.

Clear. Concise. Confirmed.

13. Is that how the saying goes?

Is that how the saying goes?

15. She doesn’t look very sorry about it.

She doesn't look very sorry about it.

16. That is one large pan.

That is one large pan.

17. This one focuses on the positive aspects of being single.

This one focuses on the positive aspects of being single.

18. Freedom isn’t free.

Freedom isn't free.

(Neither is Divorce.)

19. Cake first, then tattoo.

Cake first, then tattoo.

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20. Aww, this one is actually kind of cute!

Aww, this one is actually kind of cute!

~Who’s a grumpy little divorce cake?~

21. Enough said.

Enough said.

22. Have you ever seen poop made out of icing?

Have you ever seen poop made out of icing?

Well….at least we think it’s icing.

 

Via: buzzfeed.com

15 Of The Creepiest Notes A Child Has Ever Written

These are definitely some of the creepiest notes…I think I may have nightmares tonight!


1. The warning note:

The warning note:

2. The love note:

The love note:

3. The “how are you doing” note:

The "how are you doing" note:

4. The lingering note:

The lingering note:

5. The undead note:

The undead note:

6. The note about St. Patrick’s Day:

The note about St. Patrick's Day:

7. The dream note:

The dream note:

8. The note for Catherine’s mom:

The note for Catherine's mom:

9. The note about a father:

The note about a father:

10. The snowflake note:

The snowflake note:

11. The decapitating note:

The decapitating note:

12. The note about passwords:

The note about passwords:

13. The note about Satan:

The note about Satan:

14. The other note about Satan:

The other note about Satan:

15. The note slipped under the door:

The note slipped under the door:

So what’s YOUR reaction to these notes? 

If Quentin Tarantino Wrote Children’s Books

Could you imagine if Quentin Tarantino did actually write children’s books?  LOL

 

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Irony (36 Examples) Captured In One Picture

Here shown are 36 examples of irony at its finest, captured in one funny picture at a time!

 

1. The Republican. Where the news hits home

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2. Certificate of Dog Obedience Training

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3. TNT: sure we can

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4. Freedom

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5. Fasteners

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6. Anti-Chewing Spray

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7. Canadian Cake

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8. FOCUS

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9. Invisible Spray

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10. Unbreakable

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11. Wind Seeker

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12. Safety begins with you

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13. Nothing is written in stone

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14. YOUR The Best Teacher Ever

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15. Accepting resumes

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16. Never Eat Alone

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17. Non-stick Fry Pan

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18. Helmet Laws Suck

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19. Stops Rust

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20. This Car

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21. Stop Struggling

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22. No Accidents

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23. Please… Put paper in trash can!

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24. This Crocodile Eating Crocs

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25. American Freedom

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26. Gorilla Super Glue

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27. Think Safety First!

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28. Teeth Are Not For Biting

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29. Overcoming insomnia and sleep problems

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30. This Fire Extinguisher

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31. Healthy Hands START HERE

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32. This Clif Bar

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33. Page 2 of 2: Please Consider The Environment  – do you really need to print this email?

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34. City widens plastic bag ban

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35. Watkins roofing

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36. Dog Training For Dummies

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Good Luck Sleeping Tonight (21 Pics)

Good Luck Sleeping Tonight!

These scary photos are bound to ruin a good night’s sleep for anyone. Here’s a whole lot of NOPE!! 

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17 Easy Breakfasts You Can Make In A Muffin Tin

You might not want to skip breakfast any more with these super easy muffin tin recipes.  The French Toast Cups look so delicious, I think I will try them first.

 

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1. French Toast Cups

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With a whiskey cream cheese glaze. Get the recipe.

2. Egg, Cheese & Veggie Muffins

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Just about any leftover veggies you have on hand work — this version uses bell peppers and frozen peas. Get the recipe.

3. Baked Pancake Muffins

 

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So cute, it’s almost upsetting. Get the recipe.

4. Blueberry, Yogurt & Oatmeal Muffins

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Get the recipe.

5. Very Berry Muffins

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 Berry good, berry fine. Get the recipe.

6. Nutella Cinnamon Rolls

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Get the recipe.

7. Mini German Pancakes

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“Mini” just means you should eat more of them. Get the recipe.

8. Funfetti Breakfast Muffins

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Funfetti for breakfast? I’ll take it. Get the recipe.

9. Quinoa Omelette Bites

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Packed with protein. Get the recipe.

10. Granola Cups with Yogurt & Fresh Berries

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Edible bowls are so underrated. Get the recipe.

11. DIY Freezer-Friendly Oatmeal Cups

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Double the batch, freeze half, then just reheat and eat on busy mornings. Get the recipe.

12. Peanut Butter Cereal Cups

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Via tablespoon.com

Get the recipe.

13. Parmesan Hash Brown Cups

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Have you ever seen a finer stack in this life? You have not. Get the recipe.

14. Hash Brown Nests with Bacon and Avocado

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A nest I could/would call home. Get the recipe.

15. Muffin Tin Huevos Rancheros

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Get the recipe.

16. Homemade Breakfast Sandwiches

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Way better than McMuffins. Get the recipe.

17. Bacon-Wrapped Egg Muffins

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Breakfasts are (always) better when they’re wrapped in bacon. Get the recipe.

 

Source: buzzfeed

Little Girl’s Dream Comes True at Disneyland

This little girl’s dream of having her daddy back with her was made possible with a little “magic” and the help of Snow White at Disneyland.  So AWESOME!

 

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Source: themetapicture.com

Student Captures People’s Faces When Told They Are Beautiful

An 18 year old student from Chicago, named Shea Glover, conducted an independent project which evidently turned into a social experiment regarding beauty.

She invited a bunch of people, some of whom she knew, some total strangers, and asked them to pose in front of her camera. As they were standing there, Glover would tell them the purpose of her project:

“I’m taking pictures of things I find beautiful,” she said…

The impact of her words had a very emotional effect on her subjects.  Check out the pictures and the video below to see the effect of what one kind word can do for you.

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Watch the full video below and see their reactions for yourself:

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Kids Say It Best

This is for all of the haters out there that for some reason have an issue with mothers nursing their newborn babies in public. If you were a mother and had a screaming, crying newborn I guarantee you would be trying to find anyway you could to sooth your baby. Mothers have been doing this in the past by feeding their baby wherever they are at the time. Unfortunately, there have been some serious haters out there that are trying to shame these mother and this 6 year old has the best response for them.  Sometimes….kids really do say it best!

 

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And here is the best answer ever:

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Source: littlechurchmouse

9 Houses Built Solely Out of Spite

WOW!  Absolutely incredible what lengths some people will go to just to spite someone!

 

The man who bought a house in front of an anti-gay church and painted with LGBT flag Colors

The Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) is known for its extreme ideologies against the gay community, and its members pull out all the stops to spread their hateful views. Aaron Jackson, founder of Planting Peace, a non-profit which advocates equal rights for the LGBT community, decided to fight the Westboro Baptist Church on their own turf by buying a house across from the group’s headquarters and painting it in the color of LGBT Flag.

The project, which the nonprofit is calling the “Equality House,” is the first battle in a new campaign Planting Peace plans to wage against the group. (Source)

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The company who built the world’s shallowest shop to protest expropriation

The Sam Kee Building, located at 8 West Pender Street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is noteworthy for being the shallowest commercial building in the world, according to the Guinness Book of Records.

At the turn of the 20th century, the Sam Kee Company — one of the wealthiest firms in Chinatown — purchased a standard-sized lot. The basement extends beneath the sidewalk and originally housed public baths while the ground floor was used for offices and shops. The top story was used for living quarters.

In 1912, however, the city widened Pender Street and expropriated 24 feet (7.3 m) of the above-ground portion of the property — effectively (or so it was first believed) making conventional commercial use of the remaining frontage impractical, if not impossible. In 1913, the architects Brown and Gillam designed this narrow, steel-framed building’s ground-floor depth (from storefront to rear of building) to measure 4’11” (1.50 m), with a second-floor depth (from overhanging bay window to rear) of 6′ (1.83 m).

The building is considered the shallowest commercial building in the world, but in recent years its status has been challenged by the “Skinny Building” in Pittsburgh. (Source)

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The man who built an ugly house to protest his adopted daughter being taken away

The building on the corner of South Kent and Riverview roads in Gaylordsville is definitely unusual. It consists of a five-tiered cake-like building with walls that locals say are made of old bottles.

The story about how this pink-hued edifice came to be is even stranger. Residents claim the house was built as a protest by long-time resident Jan Pol against state authorities.

In 1961, authorities took away Pol’s custody of his teenage foster daughter’s baby. The allegation was that Pol fathered the baby, which he rejected as an ugly rumor. According to a book published by him, he built the house as a monument to injustice.

The baby’s name was Catherine, and a sign bearing that name once hung on the second tier. Rumor has it her cradle is still in the top-most part to this day. (Source 1 | Source 2)

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The once tallest building in Buenos Aires that was built in revenge for a broken heart

“Kavanagh building” by Marcos Prack – Flickr: kavanagh. | The only place from where you can get a good view of the Basilica is the alley named Corina Kavanagh Street. (Photo Source)

In the 1930s, Irish heiress Corina Kavanagh spent her entire inheritance on a skyscraper in a Buenos Aires, now known as the Kavanagh Building. Construction began in late 1934, and by 1936 the Kavanagh Building was complete. The construction pace was not the only record broken by the Kavanagh Building — it was the tallest reinforced concrete structure in the world at the time and remained the tallest building in Latin America for many years.

But even more astonishing, is the reason why it was built to begin with. As the story goes, Corina’s engagement to the son of an aristocratic Anchorena family had been called off because she wasn’t considered of high enough social standing. Kavanagh bought the land between the Anchorena family’s palace and their family church and had the building constructed specifically to make sure their view of the church was completely obstructed.

Even today, the only place to get a good view of the Basilica of the Holy Sacrament is the alley that runs between the Plaza Hotel and the Kavanagh Building Tower, aptly named Corina Kavanagh Street. (Source 1 | Source 2 | Source 3)

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The pie shaped house supposedly built after a bitter divorce

In 2013, a tiny pie-shaped house built out of spite was sold in Seattle.

Originally constructed in 1925, the history of the 830-square-foot home is one cloaked in myth and mystery. One legend claims the home was the result of a divorce settlement when a judge awarded the husband the house and the wife the front yard. Rumor has it the woman built the sliver of a home in the front yard out of spite for her husband. Over time, the story was proved to be just that — a story. Another, more widely shared legend is one even the home’s former owner believes.

The story alleges the home went up after the next-door neighbor, who wanted to buy the pie-shaped corner lot, made a low-ball offer to the property owner. The property owner was so mad at the offer he built the house to get back at his neighbor, who eventually ended up moving. (Source)

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The man who built a house to block the windows from apartments built next to his land

The Richardson Spite House in New York City was built in 1882. It was four stories tall, 104 feet (31.7 m) wide, and only five feet (1.5 m) deep. Joseph Richardson, the owner of the plot, built it after the owner of an adjacent plot, Hyman Sarner, unsuccessfully tried to purchase the land. Sarner considered the plot useless by itself and offered only $1000; Richardson demanded $5000. The deal fell through. Sarner then proceeded with the construction of his apartment house and arranged for windows overlooking Lexington Avenue.

When the building was finished, Richardson noted the windows and decided to take revenge. He had an apartment building constructed on his land. It was a functional (albeit impractical) apartment building with eight suites, each consisting of three rooms and a bath.

Richardson, despite his wealth, was tight with his money and moved into one of the tiny apartments with his wife. He rented out the other apartments for $500 a year.

The Spite House was demolished in 1915. (Source)

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The millionaire who painted a $22m home with stripes as revenge on a neighborhood council’s decision

Take a walk to the exclusive Kensington neighborhood of London and one house will catch your eye. The controversial £15m ($22m) home has been causing quite a stir. It was allegedly painted in bright red and white stripes by Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring — a wealthy, Swiss-based property developer protesting a council planning decision and has infuriated neighbors.

Residents surrounding her stripy townhouse in a cobbled cul-de-sac say they are “horrendously unhappy” with the new exterior of the three-story terraced home and likened it to a “beachside hut.”

The homeowner’s application to demolish the building and rebuild it with a two-story basement was turned down by the Kensington and Chelsea council. The stripes followed soon after the council’s decision, prompting neighbors to speculate that the paint job was intended to make a point. (Source)

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The man who built a mansion just to overshadow his brother’s house

Originally located in Phippsburg, Maine, this mansion was built by Thomas McCobb in 1806. Dubbed the “Mansion In The Wilderness,” it was the finest house in the region. After a long time away at sea, McCobb returned home to find that his stepbrother Mark had inherited the family home.

McCobb moved on — to a plot of land right across the street from his stepbrother and built an even more luxurious mansion than the old family estate. The resulting structure was an elegant Federal-style home topped with an octagonal cupola.

Dubbed “Spite House,” it remained on a knoll, overshadowing the older house until it was discovered by Donald Dodge of Philadelphia. He bought the house and moved it to a new location in Rockport, Maine, where he added two wings to the estate. (Source)

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The rich man who bought a house next door to his ex-wife and erected a giant middle finger sculpture

Alan Markovitz combined anger management with artistic expression when he moved next door to his ex-wife in a house located on Orchard Lake, Michigan and subsequently installed a statue of a middle finger in his front yard. It is pointed towards his new neighbor and illuminated by a spotlight at night.

Markovitz reportedly spent $7,000 on the 12-foot-high garden “ornament” but claims it is a “coincidence” that he ended up in a house next door to his ex-wife, who is believed to have moved into the property when they divorced. (Source)

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Amazing Rustic Little Cabins By Dan Pauly

Dan Pauly is a fourth generation wood-working artisan best known for his amazing rustic cabins made from reclaimed wood. The Minnesota-based craftsman builds saunas, sheds, bunkies and outhouses with his signature roof and chimney.

Dan, whose great-grandfather emigrated to the US in the late 1800s, built many barns in central Minnesota, some which still stand today.

Below you will find a small gallery of Dan’s fantastic works.

 

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Source: twistedsifter

DAN PAULY / THE RUSTIC WAY
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Optical Illusions Create Double Meaning Photos

These optical illusions really do create double meaning photos.  Can you see both images in the following pictures?

Devil or woman?

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Wolverine or 2 Batmen?

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Boobs or CD?

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Horse or frog?

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Woman or Fate?

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Wife or mother-in-law?

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Is this woman turning clockwise, or counter-clockwise?

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Thumb tacks or tiny balloons?

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Duck or rabbit?

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Hair or face?

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Martini or woman?

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Woman or sax player?

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Do you see the man’s face, or the woman’s?

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Vanity or Death?

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Source: smosh

Dogs Who Share Their Most Embarrassing Confessions

These dogs are so cute you can’t help but forgive them!

 

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(Most of these photos are courtesy of DogShaming.com, a hilarious site you should definitely be following.)