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Different Strokes For Different Folks: An Aliens Themed Wedding Cake

This is Geekologie reader Mac and his wife's wedding cake. It has alien toppers and the upper portion was designed to resemble alien eggs. I think the lower portion is wampa balls. The egg sacs weren't actually filled with acid though, just red velvet cake. Personally, I would have filled them acid. Not acid acid though, I'm talking LSD. You ever seen your grandma's face melt onto the dance floor before? I have.
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