That 400-pound Wrigley Field cake? It wound up in the trash
A pretty impressive cake made in the image of the Cubs' Wrigley Field met an unseemly demise.
You'll recall that during Wrigley Field's recent 100th-anniversary celebrations, a 400-pound baked good was made, presumably not from a Duncan Hines boxed mix. Witness ...
Lovely and brimming with both icing and craftsmanship!
Well, here, via CBS Chicago, is what became of said 400-pound cake ...
Well, then. That would be a dumpster with a 400-pound Wrigley Field cake in it.
History teaches us that the Founders forged this fine republic on the guiding principle that cakes are for eating. Let us not forget this dark day.
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