Baker does wonderful job creating cake ordered by a mom’s autocorrect mistake.

Baker does wonderful job creating cake ordered by a mom’s autocorrect mistake.
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It's the perfect birthday cake for a different person entirely.

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Autocorrect is both a nuisance and a necessity in our texting-based society. It can result in some Freudian slips, accidental mixups of "pubic" and "public," and some pretty awesome birthday cakes.

To celebrate Laura Seggie's 21st birthday, her family wanted to do something special and make a custom cake. When her mom texted her request for the special confection, autocorrect changed what was meant to be "wee blonde girl" into "wee blind girl." (Hehe. "Wee.")

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Moira followed up on the request, assuming that Ms. Seggie indeed meant blind. She crafted an adorable cake topper of a blind girl (who unfortunately happens to be brunette). 

Here's a closer look at cake topper, and Moira's impressive attention to small details after getting a BIG detail wrong. 

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As long as the flavor and taste of the cake is as the Seggies' mum intended, then this is a cute mistake that turned the regular party into a surprise party. 

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