“Bite me” to the one you love

Troll Cake: I Wish Judge Judy Would Curbstomp YouThis subtle little confection is a Troll Cake, and in this case “troll” is a verb. (Yes, it’s that kind of troll.) The bakers thereof will be more than happy to explain it to you:

1. We take an internet comment.

2. Make it into a cake.

3. And then box it up and mail it to the troll who said it. The box includes a copy of their original comment.

If you have the troll’s street address, it’s $35 for what is actually more of a frosted and sparkled chocolate-chip brownie. If you don’t, they’ll track ’em down for an extra $25. (Five bucks off if you’re sending to Donald Trump, and yes, they know where he lives.)





12 comments »

  1. ETat »

    16 August 2017 · 7:12 am

    So convoluted, the meaning totally ends up totally lost. Say, someone would send this to me – why, I’d take it as an praise. A cookie! A BIG cookie.
    That is, if I’d have such primitive tastes.

  2. Holly H »

    16 August 2017 · 8:30 am

    I heard an interview with the lady who runs this business. I agree with ETat, I don’t quite get it. How is it a deterrent, exactly, for you to spend 35.00 or more on sending a big cookie to this person? Sorry, but my trolls will not receive such royal treatment.

  3. CGHill »

    16 August 2017 · 8:51 am

    You can always send them feces.

    http://www.poopsenders.com/

  4. Holly H »

    16 August 2017 · 9:09 am

    Makes a lot more sense to me.

  5. McG »

    16 August 2017 · 9:45 am

    Seems to me the message that “I know where you live” might have greater impact than the quoted phrase or the cookie — if the recipient were truly a troll.

  6. nightfly »

    16 August 2017 · 9:48 am

    Fair’s fair – they ought to have to include a return address.

  7. Lynn »

    16 August 2017 · 11:51 am

    I don’t care what people think of me; send me my cookie!

    Actually, maybe not the intention, but this service could also be used as a way of congratulating/rewarding a “troll” you agree with for what you consider an excellent jab.

  8. fillyjonk »

    16 August 2017 · 12:51 pm

    I’d rather just donate the $35 to some cause I support (but hopefully they would not) and feel smug.

    I’m also sure this baker would, if paid, send a cookie to someone with a POSITIVE message on it. (and if not, that’s probably violating some law)

  9. Holly H »

    17 August 2017 · 10:04 am

    Yes, I like the idea of send 35 bucks to a charity not of their liking. Oh, how about donating it in their name, and send them the receipt?

  10. Holly H »

    17 August 2017 · 10:04 am

    sorry for the typo.

  11. CGHill »

    17 August 2017 · 2:14 pm

    Lots of examples of that on Twitter. Planned Parenthood got a fair number of donations in the name of Vice-President Pence.

  12. ETat »

    17 August 2017 · 9:41 pm

    And VP Pence can now deduct it from his taxes! So who is laughing now?

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