Cake for breakfast

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Cake for breakfast

Post by bea »

Is it wrong to eat cake for breakfast when its not your birthday?

Cos I just did and I feel bad (although technically its ten minutes til noon so I could call it lunch)
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Post by angel »

i frequently have cake for breakfast. nothing wrong with that in my opinion.
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Post by meadow »

who cares? you're an adult so it's no one's beeswax what you choose to eat.

a more important question is whether or not you had milk with the cake? and what KIND of cake was it? did it have frosting?

that's what i want to know!!!!! :biggrin:
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Post by bea »

I would never ever have milk with anything nevermind cake! way to ruin a perfectly good cake.

It was a victoria sponge cake with strawberry jam and Barbie on it. E numbers galore!
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Post by Makinamess »

No idea Bea but I did have half a cheese and tomato flatbread for breakfast this morning - does that count ? (PS It was flipping gorgeous and all morning I was craving the other half......) :lol:

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Post by ashes13 »

I certainly don't think its a problem! In the past I have been offered chocolate flakes on bread for breakfast which could also be seen as odd.

As its a birthday cake you have even less to worry about :D
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A victoria sponge is good at any time of the day in my book :biggrin:
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erm....what's a 'victoria sponge'?
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a victoria sponge is just a plain sponge cake with buttercream and strawberry jam filling., scrummy
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Post by haysi »

here is one I baked earlier

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Post by meadow »

oh my god! that sounds "scrummy", indeed. wow...i need to be hitting the market and baking me a cake! i love strawberry jam! yummy!!!
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