Divorce Cakes

@FayeHazel (18007)
United States
May 6, 2018 11:46am CST
Divorce cakes are a thing. Personally, I think it's a great idea. Sure, divorces are usually a rather somber time - and a huge change in someone's life. However why not lift the mood with a humorous cake. A quick internet search reveals many different creative designs - some of them are a little violent , however some are witty too. I think more people should celebrate during the difficult times - it would make it easier to get through I would think, at least in some cases.
There is a cake for every life milestone. ...
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@JohnRoberts (56982)
• Los Angeles, California
6 May
I have never even had a wedding cake!
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@andriaperry (50801)
• United States
6 May
Me eother and I was married, cheap old bast*ard.
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@id_peace (6960)
• Singapore
7 May
We have fake ones that said cut here
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
Me either, John. Some people get more cake than others. :/
@mlgen1037 (29658)
• Manila, Philippines
6 May
Wow. At least I have an idea in case (knock on wood). But it is actually good business for those whose business is making cakes.
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• United Kingdom
6 May
Save me a bit.
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@mlgen1037 (29658)
• Manila, Philippines
7 May
@Orson_Kart Sure. hihi
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
Oh no! Lol I hope you never have the need for one. lol. But true, what a business booster for bakeries. Though it would be in poor taste to include coupon for divorce cake along with wedding cake orders
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@JudyEv (123167)
• Bunbury, Australia
7 May
I've never heard of this but I guess it's a great idea. Love the cakes - especially I Do, I Did, I'm Done.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
That's witty! I liked that one, too
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@Kandae11 (37016)
6 May
If I am sad or worried about my future - the last thing I would want to have is a slice of cake. It would probably remind me of my wedding and make matters worse.
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• United States
6 May
I agree.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
Ah. When I'm sad or worried the first thing I want is food. lol. True there are 2 ways to look at it - it could make someone happy, or it may make someone sad.
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@just4him (117004)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
7 May
Interesting idea. I certainly would have bought one to celebrate if I'd known about them or they were around back then.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
You can still do it, now :-)
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
8 May
@just4him Ah. Sorry. Were you divorced or widowed? Sorry if too personal a question....
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@amadeo (65879)
• United States
6 May
same here a wedding cake?never heard of divorce cake.The world is getting weird.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
I know, I wonder where this world is going
@amadeo (65879)
• United States
7 May
@FayeHazel Not sure.But I will not be around
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
8 May
@amadeo Aw! We never know how many days we are given
• India
6 May
Yeah I have heard about break up parties too. And it is a great way to bid goodbye to someone who was loving once but things doesn't end well between the two.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
Oh that's a great idea! At least there is a party to look forward to
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• India
8 May
@FayeHazel Yes. People get something to enjoy
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
8 May
@anamika161088 Good point, and who knows, maybe they would meet someone nice at the party lol
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@youless (91498)
• Guangzhou, China
7 May
I have the opposite opinion. I think there is nothing important to celebrate for the divorce. In fact it is a sad thing. It is better to keep it quietly so that the broken heart may be mended soon.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
I agree - it's a sad thing, but I think having a cake or party if so inclined could lighten the mood. But then each to their own - to some people it would probably cheer them up, and to others it might make it worse. Thanks for your input though
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@youless (91498)
• Guangzhou, China
7 May
@FayeHazel Perhaps I will not have the mood to have the divorce party. I shall be so sad already. Of course some people may feel cheerful as finally they are free again.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
8 May
@youless True - maybe the person who wanted the divorce would be more in the mood for the party
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@arunima25 (2453)
• Bangalore, India
25 Jun
Innovative idea!! Celebrate the bitterness and move ahead!!
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
26 Jun
I agree. A party to help you feel better
@arunima25 (2453)
• Bangalore, India
27 Jun
@FayeHazel I hope it helps!!
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@nela13 (6988)
• Portugal
9 May
I have already seen this but to be honest I think no one who is getting a divorce would have a party to celebrate, at least both parts.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
9 May
True, for some people a party wouldn't help
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@nela13 (6988)
• Portugal
10 May
@FayeHazel In a couple if one is happy with the divorce the other one isn't for sure.
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@Hannihar (36407)
7 May
@FayeHazel I think divorce cakes are a good idea.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
Adds a bit of humor to the situation :-)
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@Hannihar (36407)
8 May
@FayeHazel I guess you could say it does Faye.
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@Courtlynn (66133)
• United States
6 May
That is kinda weird, in my opinion.. but then, lots of people are glad to get divorced.. so. whatever floats their boat!
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
True, great business booster for bakeries I imagine
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@Courtlynn (66133)
• United States
7 May
@FayeHazel probably lol. I wouldnt get one though.
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@rubyriaz007 (3986)
• India
29 Jun
I have heard of people buying cakes on wedding anniversary day,but do people buy cake even on divorce day. How can they celebrate the ocasion. It is a very painful moment for a couple.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
1 Jul
Maybe it's a little something to lift their mood?
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@kepweng (14704)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
9 May
nice Why not celebrate it if the divorce is Bitter
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
9 May
Celebrate an end to the battle so to say, another good way to look at it
@shaggin (36845)
• United States
9 May
Hmm it seems odd but a fun way to get out of the dumps if upset over the divorce. I love cake so any excuse to eat some I love
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
9 May
I'm with you :-)
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@LeaPea2417 (20413)
• Toccoa, Georgia
7 May
Interesting, I have not heard of that before.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
8 May
Fun new trend :-)
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@allen0187 (33124)
• Philippines
7 May
Further proof that there is a cake for every occasion!
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
lol that is very true
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@id_peace (6960)
• Singapore
7 May
There are divorce celebration and ceremony where the Two will officially announced their divorce and return the rings to the ring bearer. There will be meals included as well. The thing is that it will only be cool if both parties split based on their own willing accordance.
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
That's is cool idea -- it reminds me a bit of Jack and Meg White - musicians who were married and split up. They announced their divorce and had a party on a date that was their wedding anniversary, but like you note - I think they were both willing to seperate
@Orson_Kart (4353)
• United Kingdom
6 May
This is news to me. I guess if you like cake and it's split 50/50. Why not?
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
lol. Adds some humor to a humorless situation
@AmbiePam (49078)
• United States
6 May
Well, I guess it's best to try to make things amicable, but it's also kind of sad. But only if you think about the divorce rates, and the decline of marriage as a whole. But who wants to do that when there is an option of cake?!
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@FayeHazel (18007)
• United States
7 May
True, sad... but at least the cake could add a bit of humor ... I know. It's stunning that the divorce rate is up over 50%. Yikes.
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