Birthdays are usually meant to be memorable business, a day of the year when friends and loved ones celebrate the fact that you have accomplished one more year of life on this planet. For a young woman from Georgia, however, her 25th birthday will be particularly memorable for something gone wrong when she went wrong MoanaThemed cake is suddenly found with a marijuana theme.
Kensli Davis, of Milledgeville, Ga., Recently shared on Facebook his birthday experience by posting a photo of a cake decorated with a marijuana symbology instead of the Moana theme to which it's taken. Was expected.
"I did not have the opportunity to tell you about our experience of this birthday cake this weekend," Davis wrote. "So my mother called and I ordered a cake telling them how much I liked Moana (Because I really do it) Needless to say, these people thought that she was talking about marijuana. This cake with ice cream was still good. "
As you can see in the photo shared by Davis, there is no trace of Moana on the cake. Instead, it's a green and white cake with the art of a marijuana leaf on the left side and a My Little Pony-themed pot character on the right side, completed by a puff of smoke by the mouth. How did it happen? It was just a matter of hearing things badly. Davis' mother called Dairy Queen to order the ice cream cake, but a Dairy Queen employee heard Cassandra Walker say "marijuana" instead of "Moana". According to CNN, Walker apologized and offered to make a new cake, but Davis said the cake was so hilarious that he was not even angry.
"The lady who made my cake was sorry and offered to make another one," Davis said. "But the first was so good that we did not worry about it."
Unfortunately, while Davis and his family graciously understood the positive side of the situation and were finally delighted with the humor caused by the confusion created at the birthday parties, things did not go well for Walker. According to USA Today, Walker was fired from work at Dairy Queen as a result of this incident.
"It's not funny for me," Walker said. "It's back to school.I have two little girls here.I have a car to repair.This is not funny for me."
Walker explained that while she was preparing the cake, her manager was involved in the whole process, the manager being even the one who had taken the order and misunderstood the request. The cake, which had been approved by the manager, was not a problem until the misunderstanding was realized.
"The manager was behind me while I was shooting the images from the Internet," Walker said. "It happened when I decorated the cake, when I wrapped the cake, it was she who pushed it forward."
Despite this, Walker states that one of the store's owners, Al Autry, has fired her – on her birthday. Per The Hill, another store manager has since offered to reinstate Walker, but she declined because of the way she was treated during the scenario.
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