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Re: Covered in cake

Posted by Smokey Stover on March 01, 2008 at 06:20:

In Reply to: Covered in cake posted by Indie on February 24, 2008 at 09:13:

: I am looking for the meaning of the saying "covered in cake". Can anybody help me?

I did an Internet search, and conclude that "covered in cake" just means what it says. Actually, it is said even when the cake only covers a small but conspicuous part of the body or clothing, since a little cake can go a long way. People who get covered in cake include drunks at parties, newlyweds cutting the cake, and miscellaneous others. One quote encountered on the Web: "While we firmly stand by the mantra that it's never a good party unless you have at least a few partially-clothed girls covered in cake jumping on your booth . . . ."
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