Whoever gets the piece with LSD has to buy the LSD next year.
About 40 people went to the hospital because they were having "hallucinations and out-of-body experiences" after eating cake this week. This is what happens when you break your resolutions this early in the year.
Or, this is what happens when cakes are laced with a synthetic drug.
The Cholula Bakery in Santa Ana, California is closed and under criminal investigation after dozens of people began getting sick from consuming their king's cake. King's cake is desert served to celebrate the end of the Christmas season, and usually includes a tiny plastic baby Jesus baked inside. Whoever gets the piece with the baby and doesn't choke to death on it is supposed to have good luck and prosperity.
According to Cpl. Anthony Bertagna, of the Santa Ana Police Department, everyone who ate Cholula's king's cakes had "dizziness, palpitations, numbness, hallucinations and out-of-body experiences." The baby Jesus is thought to have had nothing to do with it.
Authorities closed Cholula's while they conduct an investigation to determine what drug was used and how it got into the cakes.
I think it's safe to assume saying "the Holy Ghost did it" isn't going to cut it this time.