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9 Cakes With Messages That Were Taken A Little Too Literally

Anyone who says "the customer is always right" has never had to work a job that involves interacting with any customers because you only have to interact with a few members of the general public to realize how impressively wrong so many customers can be.

With that said, if you've ever worked in an environment with particularly difficult clients, you know all too well there are certain times when it's easier to shut your mouth, nod your head and do whatever they tell you to do -- no matter how ridiculous their requests might sound.

With that said, there are certain times where critical thinking and common sense should take precedence over the demands of the customer, which is the exact opposite of what happened in every single situation that led to the creation of the cakes pictured below.

I'm going to avoid making any sweeping judgements about the cake decorators of the world, but some of you need to tell your colleagues to do better.

At least they technically got what they wanted.

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Based on the Joshes I've met in my life those can probably be used interchangeably.

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I didn't know Derek Zoolander designed cakes in his spare time.

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I can understand why you'd want to avoid angering anyone crazy enough to wear a cat on his or her head but I feel like there are contextual clues that could have prevented this.

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At least they technically got what they asked for in addition to the words they didn't.

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"Under Neat"? I didn't even know it was possible to make a mistake on a mistake.

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This is the culinary equivalent of the "This Page Is Purposely Left Blank" page.

Maybe he's a Native American.

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If you scraped the "Just" off it's technically what they asked for.

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