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Playable Angry Birds birthday cake


8:40 AM on 02.21.2011



What a great idea. I'm almost tired of hearing about Angry Birds, but this cake was too neat to pass up. 

Some lucky little dude named Ben got to celebrate his birthday with a playable Angry Birds cake. In the video above you can see how much time went into making the edible birds, platforms and obstacles. And then it all comes down in seconds. The cake looks great and the ammo is perfect.

A couple of observations. First, if I spent all that time making that cake for someone only to hear a flat "Oh, it's Angry Birds," I'd be kicking someone's ass. Damn kids these days. Second, dude has terrible aim, but great hair. Third, I always want those chocolate covered wafers after I see them. Gimme.

You can see more pictures of the Angry Bird cake here at electricpig.






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