Due to the obvious threat posed by cupcakes to the citizenry of Seattle, I have asked the City Council to introduce legislation licensing the manufacture of small, baked cakes, and have asked the Department of Health to revoke the licenses of all existing cupcake makers in the City of Seattle (especially chocolate ones).
I representative of my office will be around to confiscate all existing cupcake stockpiles in the immediate future; they will be disposed of in a proper manner.
Because nothing says "yum" like baking a cupcake for 3 hours with a 100 watt lightbulb.
"If A + B + C is less than the cost of a recall, we don't do one."
"Which company do you work for?"
"A major one."
boo hoo, a partially amputated FINGER??
that's nothing compared to the time i got stretch armstrong wrapped around my wang the wrong way and the dog pulled on it too hard.
my first emergency room visit, circa 1977.
they just don't make kids toys like they used to.
Why don't they do a nationwide recall of doors? Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, and John Densmore all agree. More kids get their fingers and other appendages messed up by swinging doors. Ban them now! Far more dangerous than some stupid box with a lightbulb.
Hey you got to break a few eggs if you want to make a cupcake!
Is there a right way to get stretch armstrong wrapped around your wang?
But seriously, those injuries are nothin' compared to what could have happened in a real kitchen.
Easy Bake Oven made me gay when I was a kid.
They should recall them for THAT.
Dear Upset Seattleite:
I have been trying to use my easy bake oven with a lightbulb, but my 6 watt Compact Flourescent Lightbulb won't bake my cupcakes and my friends and stuffed animals all get sick when they eat them.
What should I do?
Signed, Code Pink
Has the Easy Bake Oven become way more intense over the years, or is this really the big-stupid-baby world we live in? I bet 75% of those injuries were a result of the classic childhood game of "hey, see how long you can do that before it hurts", anyhow.
Code Pink @9, try a 100 watt incandescent light bulb. They give off more heat than the florescent ones do. And, uhh, if your stuffed animals are getting sick, you should consider giving up acid.
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