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Yes, we need more levels. Yes, we’ve wasted 896+ hours on this damn game. And no, we don’t want to see it turned into a cartoon series. But dammit, we’ll still take an Angry Birds birthday cake! Even the vegetarians among our staff agree that these birds are worth devouring. Check out a couple of pics below, and head to adamriggins.com for more of the peanut butter and chocolate goodness!
If you haven’t noticed already, we here at NerdBastards love cake. So when we see some sort of sci-fi/comic/geek-related designed cake we get extra giddy. And when you turn a cake into a scene from Empire Strikes Back that includes Han Solo, well, now we’re talking pure bliss. Debbie Goard from Debbie Does Cakes, in San Francisco, came up with this creation for a better-be-happy Groom. Pretty cool if you ask me and a job well done!
Here’s a little something I wouldn’t mind sinking my teeth into. Whether it be a Yoda ear or the green light saber (even though it is unedible)…I want a piece. The Yoda cake, standing at 16 inches tall with a glowstick playing the part of light saber, was made by Debbie Does Cakes. To be honest, doesn’t even look like a cake; Yoda has a rather glossy head. In fact, he kind of resembles E.T. in an add sort of way.
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This cake is my kind of scum: fearless and inventive
Confectionary masters, Rosebud cakes have brought us this weeks nerd cake of the week, the crime lord of Tattooine Jabba The Hutt. Though awesome and accurate I do wonder why Jabba is poised on a persian carpet as opposed to his steel and stone slab?
Though it may not top last weeks Dead Tauntaun cake I would say this is the second greatest Star Wars cake of all time. Cake maker extraordinaire and housewife Jen made this for her Star Wars obsessed husband. She says:
Han Solo in Carbonite Cake for my husband’s birthday. Took me 2 years to get the courage to put it together but I came through.
Chocolate cake with caramel buttercream, covered in chocolate fondant. Han is modeling chocolate.
One may wonder if Jen shares the same enthusiam for Star Wars as her husband or if she is just one super understanding wife. Eitherway her husband must never let this woman go. The question remains, is the cake freezalicious?
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We’ve seen many nerd cakes in our time but this one, dare I say, takes the cake. I must say that any girl who is willing to let you have a dead Star Wars Tauntaun as a wedding cake sculpture is a girl worth keeping (girl of my dreams I might add). Despite the fact that it might gross you out to see Luke playing with the Tauntaun guts, you have to admit that it’s certainly a very well done cake.
More photos after the jump
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