Just Pay Me in Cake, Pullease

Published June 15, 2012 by Sandee


I kicked out the idea for a society with a barter system in my last post and was pleasantly surprised when Madame Weebles and The Howler and Me offered to bake me cakes!  Ding, ding, ding!  Good answer!  Holy crap I think I’m on to something here–I could get German chocolate cakes, black forest cakes, cakes with buttercream frosting piled three inches high — pink birthday cakes!  I could sell my book for different kinds of cakes and we’d all win!

One idea spawns another —  Fred begat his challenge which begat my response which begat this idea of me bartering for cakes.  By the way, I want to back track on Fred’s question about how my uniqueness is being showcased in my blog.  My blog is infused with a death metal sensibility — I’m iconoclastic, anarchistic, morbid, wry, extreme and dark, so there — oh yeah and I’m sweet as hell!

20 comments on “Just Pay Me in Cake, Pullease

  • You sure know your cakes lol, that one in the picture looks yummy too. All that cake will only make you too sweet though ruling out all the extreme and dark :). You are one funny and clever writer

  • Oh! Oh! I know! Next to the dollar amount price on your books, you could put little pictures of cakes that you’d be willing to accept in exchange for a copy of the book. Pictures of little cupcakes, little red velvet cake, little birthday cake, little devil’s food cake, etc etc. And Boomiebol is right–the cake pictured in your post looks yum.

  • All your talk of cake moved your book to the front of my queue. 🙂 I started it tonight and am about 1/4 of the way in. I love the honesty in your writing; it’s almost like I’m a voyeur. “Kill Her” is my favorite so far. I’m looking forward to reading more. 🙂

    • Oh but of course nephew, while whipcream pie does not possess the same density or complexity of flavor as cake — as always — and I mean ALWAYS, under threat of violence — there will be special allowances, considerations and perks made just for you, my Royal Clown Nephew in Perpetuation.

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