This is the realest apology cake of all time. The backstory: back in 2012, a high school student Rachel Glemis voluntarily took a drug test at her Alabama school. It came back positive for traces of heroin, meth, and cocaine. Glemis insisted she had not done any of these drugs. Her mom didn't believe her.
So naturally, when it turned out the test results were all a big mistake, Glemis' mom felt pretty bad. So, she redeemed herself in really the best possible way: a cake that reads "sorry we thought you did meth...& coke & pot & heroin."
Four years later, Glemis tweeted about it.
"When the test came back, they completely misread it, and read the indicator for a drug being negative as positive," Glemis told Mashable. "So they assumed I had tested positive for everything mentioned."
It all worked out in the end, though, because her tweet has been shared over ten thousand times. Who needs drugs when you have cake, social media validation and the glorious feeling of proving your mom wrong?
"Everyone seems to think the cake is hilarious," Glemis told Mashable. "Everyone in my family thought it was delicious." Also delicious? Finding out your daughter is not on pot, heroin, meth, and cocaine (only refined sugar).