A post in a popular Facebook group recently trended after a user shared a bad experience requesting a decorated cake in Mexico. The user reported that went to a Soriana line supermarket to request a decorated cake with an illustration of Marin Kitagawaof Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru (My Dress Up Darling). «Today I am 24 years old and since I was a child I wanted to meet them. So I thought I deserved to have a decent figured cake. I ordered it as Marin Kitagawa and they gave me this crap», reported the user. We can see that the supermarket staff really tried very little, since the only similarities are the hair color, the eye color, and the choker. The rest is done rather poorly, but perhaps there is an explanation. These types of decorations are supposed to be made on edible paper and not directly on the cover, so it is possible that the manager was quite limited in imitating the original design that the user requested.
Of course, this post inspired a variety of comments, notably: “There’s a reason for edible sugar paper to place on the cake.” “Twenty-four years and asking for bullshit, more than deserved.” «You ask a lot for something that is Soriana. You should have ordered it elsewhere. Even so, remember that there are wafers or other things in case you plan to make another one ». “Twenty-four years old and otaku, huge loser.” “I think the pastry chef was a fan of Shingeki no Kyojin.” “What a giga-loser.” «I imagine that the one from the pastry shop only knew how to draw cartoons and stars». «What an asshole. Didn’t you know that cheap is expensive? You would have invested with a professional ». “You’re twenty-four and you ordered that thing? You deserve it”. “It’s Marin Krikagawa.” “They relied on the quality of the anime to do it.”
Synopsis of Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru
Engrossed in the family business of traditional doll making, Wakana Gojou is a reserved high school freshman with no friends. With the painful memory of a childhood friend’s contempt for his interest, Gojou is unable to relate to his classmates and his hobbies, so he ends up isolating himself. Gojou hasn’t yet perfected the crafting of the doll’s faces, but he is exceptionally skilled at making his own clothes. His skill with the sewing machine is soon discovered by his beautiful partner Marin Kitagawa, whose boldness and honesty Gojou both admires and envies. Instantly, she shares with Gojou his own hobby: he likes to dress up as erotic video game characters. However, Kitagawa doesn’t know how to sew her own outfits, leading her to seek Gojou’s expertise. Being drawn into the lovely girl’s endless adventures related to cosplay, Kitagawa becomes the first friend of hers who fully accepts him. Thus, although they are polar opposites, their relationship slowly blossoms thanks to her ability to help each other in the intricate world of cosplay. Font: Facebook