Bakers, I know today's topic is a toughie. Heck, after gathering all of these photos even *I* can't remember how to spell it. But that's why I'm here. To "help." And because going anywhere else requires pants.
Right. Here we go. Metaphorically, I mean. Just wipe that "pants" imagery from your mind. Also my use of the word "wipe" just now - that was an unfortunate stream of consciousness thing. Don't say "stream." Crap. Um... look, my number 1 priority here is that you know I DON'T PEE MY PANTS.
Phew! Glad I nipped that in the butt before it got weird.
Bud. I MEANT "BUD."
Great. Now how do I segue this back to anniversary cakes?
7 Handy Steps To Writing "Anniversary"
Eh, that works.
1. First and foremost, make sure you're spelling the right word.
This is not the right word.
2. Watch out for abbreviations.
Believe me, nobody likes sharing their anniversary with another woman.
Especially this "Ann" character, who really gets around.
3. Next, WE SPELL.
But not like this.
If you're feeling less than confident, here's a hint: the correct spelling has MORE than 7 letters:
...but less than 13:
And this is right out:
4. NO CHEATING.
Besides, cheating can lead to this situation:
Er, I meant the cake, but if you think about it, I suppose cheating *could* lead to 60 weddings. You know, if you're really committed... to the opposite of that.
I blame Ann.
5. If you are going to leave the word off, at least get the numbereth righteth:
1th, 2th, 3th times a lady...
6. And if you have the penmanship of a serial killer, maaaaybe rethink this particular career path:
Or at least stick to Halloween cakes.
And Boss's Day. Boss's Day works, too.
7. When all else fails...
Go with Batman.
Thanks to Dina M., Keith M., Robbie R., Anony M., Tori R., Nathan R., Vera L., Jennifer K., Sarah R., Corinna K., Z.C., & Adam M. for the reminder that your anniversary cake should always be itself, unless it can be Batman. Then it should be Batman.