The Amazon-inspired birthday cake of the woman from North Carolina goes viral

That is a special delivery! Man surprises his shopaholic wife with a birthday cake in the shape of an AMAZON PRIME box – complete with brand band and a USPS label

  • Emily McGuire, from North Carolina, receives two to three boxes from Amazon every week, a habit that her husband Mac regularly fools
  • The North Carolina-based photographer, 31, said & he gets me & # 39; when she saw the chocolate box in the form of a cake that Mac had ordered for her
  • The mother of three shared a photo of the impressive cake on Facebook, where it went viral
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A woman whose husband laughed at her shopping habits last laughed when he offered her a birthday cake that looked like a replica of an Amazon Prime package.

Mother of three Emily McGuire shared a picture of the delicious dessert on Facebook, which shows how well Mac, her 11 year old husband, knows her.

The photo quickly became viral, because people were impressed by the exact similarity of the chocolate cake with the characteristic Amazon brown cardboard box with black and blue labels.

Clever: a man ordered a bakery to make a cake inspired by an Amazon package to surprise his shopaholic wife

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Clever: a man ordered a bakery to make a cake inspired by an Amazon package to surprise his shopaholic wife

Delicious: the images of the chocolate cake quickly became viral because the bakery did not leave a small detail unnoticed

Delicious: the chocolate cake images quickly became viral because the bakery did not leave a small detail unnoticed

Delicious: the chocolate cake images quickly became viral because the bakery did not leave a small detail unnoticed

The customer based in Sanford, North Carolina told PopSugar that she & # 39; just laughed & # 39; when her husband Waylon & # 39; Mac & # 39; McGuire came through the door with the tongue-in-cheek treat.

& # 39; It was super funny because he is kidding me for all the Amazon boxes we get, & # 39; said Emily.

The impressive cake was scooped up by Sweet Dreams Bakery in the nearby town of Dunn, North Carolina, in time for the birthday party on July 19.

The professional photographer and mother of three presented the cake on social media.

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Comments could not take over the similarity of the packaging label sent by & # 39; Amazon Fulfillment Center c / o Inspirational Grounds and Sweet Dreams Bakery & # 39; to the distinctive brand band.

Imagine: Emily McGuire said her husband Mac understands her shopping habit and says & # 39; he gets me & # 39;

Imagine: Emily McGuire said her husband Mac understands her shopping habit and says & # 39; he gets me & # 39;

Imagine: Emily McGuire said her husband Mac understands her shopping habit and says & # 39; he gets me & # 39;

To be precise: the North Carolina bakery that was responsible for the impressive dessert, paid incredible attention to all the details of a regular Amazon package

To be precise: the North Carolina bakery that was responsible for the impressive dessert, paid incredible attention to all the details of a regular Amazon package

To be precise: the North Carolina bakery that was responsible for the impressive dessert, paid incredible attention to all the details of a regular Amazon package

Similarities: The cake is a death signal for a real cardboard package from the e-retail giant
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Similarities: The cake is a death signal for a real cardboard package from the e-retail giant

Similarities: The cake is a death signal for a real cardboard package from the e-retail giant

Similarities: The cake is a death signal for a real cardboard package from the e-retail giant

Similarities: The cake is a death signal for a real cardboard package from the e-retail giant

Without forgetting details, the cake was even addressed to & # 39; 1234 Birthday Lane, Happy Birthday 2U & # 39 ;.

& # 39; As soon as I saw the cake, I had something like & # 39; he takes me & # 39 ;, Emily told NBC Today. & # 39; I felt so understood! & # 39;

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The avid shopper said she puts a product – whether it was fashion or household items – in her shopping cart a maximum of three times a week.

& # 39; I just ordered a maxi dress and a watermelon slicer. If I need anything, I first look at Amazon, & # 39; said Emily, adding that her military husband & # 39; just smiling at this point & # 39 ;.

The family-run bakery added that they were flooded with requests for similar cakes after it went viral.

Emily joked that with her husband's birthday in May, she & # 39; has time to plan an equally personalized cake & # 39 ;.

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