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15 Cake Fails to Inspire Your New Year’s Resolution

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Have you come up with your New Year’s resolution yet? No? Never fear, thanks to the folks at Cake Wrecks, we’ve rounded up 15 stellar resolutions that are sure to turn things around for you in 2012.

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15 Cake Fails to Inspire Your New Year's Resolution

Stop That Sexual Harassment

It's 2012, time to at least tone down the rump-smacking to the point where you're not causing your co-workers to fly up in the air.

See more hilariously wrecktacular cakes over on Cake Wrecks.
For more holiday cake fails, check out these 15 Christmas cake catastrophes
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0 thoughts on “15 Cake Fails to Inspire Your New Year’s Resolution

  1. Cyndi says:

    they spelled “harrasment” wrong
    (lol jk)

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