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A Halloween cake for children (photo) has a decoration that is intended to & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; read, but looks like it can be interpreted as a very rude word

Trick or treat! Social media users in stabs about the Halloween cake decoration of children that seems to say something much rougher than intended

  • A Halloween cake is decorated with a topper that looks like a rude word
  • The orange and white cake has black glaze and white cardboard ghosts
  • A topper is meant to be & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; to read, but this looks like something else
  • Those who have seen the cake online have said that the topper is the best & # 39; trick & # 39; ever is
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A photo with a Halloween cake decorated with what seems to be a very rude word goes viral on social media.

The snap – reportedly made by an American – was uploaded anonymously to an Australian cake shaming Facebook page and was intended to & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; to read.

The problem is that the topper script is not well spaced, so the word & # 39; Trick & # 39; looks like it can be a curse word.

& # 39; The person who created this says it & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; must say, & # 39; the person sharing it subtitled the post.

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A Halloween cake for children (photo) has a decoration that is intended to & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; read, but looks like it can be interpreted as a very rude word

A Halloween cake for children (photo) has a decoration that is intended to & # 39; Trick or Treat & # 39; read, but looks like it can be interpreted as a very rude word

They then added an edit: & # 39; Some of you don't understand why this cake is here. & # 39; Yes, the cake is beautiful. But pay attention to the font! & # 39;

The topper of the cake quickly made social media go wild, with the post receiving more than 1,000 responses and dozens of responses.

Many agreed that the decoration looked like a bad word.

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& # 39; I love it very much, the f-word makes it better & # 39 ;, said a commentator.

Another is added: & # 39; The R is way too close to the T, so the italic T looks like an F. Still a beautiful cake, just throw the topper away. & # 39;

A third said they loved the cake, regardless of the fact that they thought the topper & # 39; f off & # 39; said.

Halloween is celebrated on October 31, a night where children take to the streets in costumes or treat friends and friends (stock image)

Halloween is celebrated on October 31, a night where children take to the streets in costumes or treat friends and friends (stock image)

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Halloween is celebrated on October 31, a night where children take to the streets in costumes or treat friends and friends (stock image)

& # 39; Scrolling through, I thought it said & # 39; f then I realized it had to say trick or treat. Nice cake, too bad they didn't have time to proofread the topper. & # 39;

A few comments on the post said there was a chance that the topper was a deliberate Halloween trick.

& # 39; That's the best damn Trick or Treat I've ever seen!, & # 39; said one.

& # 39; 10/10 I love this cake for all reasons why it fails. & # 39;

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