Sometimes hilarious mistakes happen. Social media loves to see hilarious cake wrecks and cake fails (hence the Netflix show Nailed It!) So when we see great cake mishaps, we have to applaud them. A woman in Georgia was on the receiving end of a hilarious cake mishap. The cake her mother ordered for her birthday wasn't quite what she thought she ordered.
Kensli Davis, a 25-year-old woman who lives in Milledgeville, Georgia loves Moana. So this year for her birthday, her mom got the idea to get a Moana themed cake for Kensli's birthday. Her mom went to the same Dairy Queen they always go to for ice cream cakes, requesting a cake with Moana on it. But what they got was certainly not what they were expecting.
"So my mama called and ordered me a cake telling them how much I loved Moana. (Because really I do)" Davis says in a Facebook post showing a picture of the case.
Apparently, whoever took the order thought Davis's mother asked for a marijuana cake. So instead of getting a cake with Disney's Polynesian princess, they got a marijuana leaf. And if that wasn't outrageous enough, they also added a My Little Pony. But not one of the typical ones like Pinky Pie or Rainbow Dash. No, this one is a marijuana inspired My Little Pony, complete with red eyes and a tiny cannabis leaf on her hind quarters. Yes, it is as unbelievable as it sounds. But it's very real.
Talking to local news affiliate WMAZ, Kensli Davis said, "I think they thought that she said 'marijuana' because we are from south Georgia and kind of have an accent. So, 'Moana,' marijuana?" That does seem entirely possible. But you would think the person taking the order would confirm what the design is supposed to be. Especially if they thought they heard marijuana.
"I guess when they said that I love cartoons, they were just like, 'Let's throw a little pony on there.' It had red eyes. It was smoking a joint with a tramp stamp of a pot leaf on it's bottom," she adds, noting just how hilarious the entire situation is.
At least Davis is an adult and can appreciate the humor of the mistake. "That ice cream cake was still good though," Davis said in the Facebook post. As long as the cake tastes good!