I went to a friend's wedding who hates cake. So unbeknownst to the rest of the guests, she had secretly arranged for my girlfriend to make a fake pinata-type cake that looked real. When they brought it out, the bride grabbed a baseball bat and smashed it to pieces to the horror of the unsuspecting guests and the delight of the children scrambling on the floor for candy.
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