This cake version of Ralph Wiggum looks unpossibly good.

This cake version of Ralph Wiggum looks unpossibly good.
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Whether or not you choo-choo-choose to believe it, this is a cake, not a drawing of one. 

There are many mornings that I wake up thinking, "I deserve a big helping of cake today," and "I deserve a big helping of The Simpsons today." Usually, I have to settle for going to work and watching cat videos that don't involve Itchy or improbable gore. Well, Kylie of Freshly Squeezed, a bakery/graphic design/event planning shop in Courtenay, Canada, is a much luckier person than I am. Not only did she and her coworker get both cake and Simpsonsthey got both in one photorealistic (if you can use that term with a cartoon) package, complete with improbable gore. But since someone clearly gave Ralph Wiggum scissors when everyone knows he can't even be trusted with the plastic kind, I guess it's not completely out of the question. The cake was created as the shop's entry in a contest for Threadcakes, which you can go see now.

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See? Cake.

Before you get too jealous of Kylie's caking abilities, keep in mind that this did take five days to make, apparently. If you still, after all this, don't think that's a cake, so scroll through redditor mistermonkus' album to see how it was made:

Be careful with the chocolate parts, though. Chocolate never comes out.

(by Johnny McNulty)

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