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sometime are good, sometimes are too sweet. i like vanilla with vanilla frosting, most people like chocolate. kids love them.
By charif on 06.30.2008
One time I ate a delicious cupcake and WHY ARE YOU RUSHING ME I HAVE SO MUCH MORE TO SAY ABOUT CUPCAKES THAN I CAN SAY IN JUST 60 FREAKIN’ SECONDS FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD.
By bobby b on 06.30.2008
Delicious little handmade treats. Perception is an awfully fable and untouchable thing, or virtue rather. Things are not what they may seem to be but it’s okay because most of us are just here to enjoy the cupcakes and reap the benefits without suffering the reprucussions!!
By Daragh Bland on 06.30.2008
Smooth, silky, moist. I like cupcakes in my hand. Wrapper is soaked with grease. Crusty frosting from sitting out. Baking in the oven rises. Bring them to school for a snack. Share with the other kids. On your nose, the frosting.
By Josh on 06.30.2008
Oh delicious one, so sweet. The icing that completes thee. Must we separate much longer? I need you, like a young man needs an adviser. Sweet melody. Play within me. How much longer do I need to endure the bitterness without you? You are my love, my keepsake.
By Aya on 06.30.2008
small little thing in a little pastel cap. Creamy centred, nice and fat.
By Jessica on 06.30.2008
Bakery item , HAs a lovely aroma..this word doesnt only describes something to eat but also about my Love.. Cuppy Cake!! Sweet and Sugary .. Yum Smelling
By Sweta on 06.30.2008
Geez what I would give for a chocolate cupcake right now — better yet a ding dong, remember those– awful hostess plastic coated chocolate wonderful treats with white cream in the middle — O my god!
By Dana on 06.30.2008
It’s not as delicious as it ought be. It’s a microcosm of what we’re supposed to envision for celebration. But it’s a celebration of one. Rubbish. It’s akin to those little glazed pies you get at the gas station. A lonely treat for lonely people. Who needs cake that you can’t share? I’ll throw half to my dog, I guess. That’s what the cupcake is. A guy who lives with his dog and celebrates nothing.
By Robert on 06.30.2008
They both glanced over at the last cupcake, neither wanting to take it, but both wishing they could. They began to speak at the same moment. “Do you mind…?” They laughed. “Why don’t we…?”
By tinsenpup on 06.30.2008
The sweet taste of chocolate frosting filled her mouth as she ate another cupcake and then another. And another. The table of crumbly cake morsels spread out in front of her seemed endless and as she continued to shove bite after bite into her mouth, a stream of tears started to flow down her face. But she couldn’t stop eating, not while the man — the one with the dead arm — that had taken her from her bed three nights earlier had his gun trained on the back of her head.
By Erik Smetana on 06.30.2008
cupcakes are reminicent of childhood. We used to bring them to school on our birthdays, and share them with the class. Then, we’d go around to old teachers, the principal, aides, and give them the extras. They always happened to have candy or pencils or other trinkets to give in return.
By judy on 06.30.2008
cupcakes are so yummy and they are colorful. everyone loves them and little kids just lick the icing off the top.
By hannah on 06.30.2008
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