Posted by Tasha on April 30th, 2010 in Culture, Food, Restaurants
Hey there. It’s TDT’s kid. Every once in a great while TDT lets me out of my cage and asks me to guest post on her blog. I figure that, for me, it’s just another step on the ladder to world domination.
Which is my ultimate goal. And why shouldn’t it be? I mean, look at these eyes. And this hair. And my chubby cheeks.
And this hair.
Anyway. I’m here today to tell you that the eating of the cupcakes, it is a learned skill. Using a cupcake from Tulsa’s own Merritt’s Bakery as an example, imma gonna show you how to do it.
1. Start with the icing (duh).
Because, when it comes to cupcakes, what else is there?
It’s really important to make sure all of the icing is consumed. So, get in there and get ‘er done.
Don’t be afraid to get a bit messy. That’s what those wet wipes my mom is always carrying in her purse are for.
What are you looking at? I’m just doing my job here, demonstrating how you can acquire a valuable new skill. If I were you, I wouldn’t judge me. I have your ISP address, and I know how to use it.
At least, if it’s not any more difficult to operate than the DVD player, I know how to use it.
2. Once you get down to the cupcake part of the cake, abandon ship and steal your mom’s brownie.
That’s me, double fisting the brownie consumption.
You gotta own it, baby.
Uh-oh. I’m suddenly not feeling very well.
I can’t imagine why.
3. Clean yourself up. It’s always prudent to look like a gentleman.
And real gentlemen lick their fingers after a cupcake-and-brownie throw down at Merritt’s Bakery.
Then, wait patiently for the attack of the wet wipes. They always come, people. It’s best to just be prepared for the onslaught.
In cupcake obliteration unity,