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10 MORE Disturbing Baby Shower Cakes: The Worst Yet

shower cake We thought we found the worst baby shower cakes ever. But then we found more. And more. And we really wouldn’t bother you again with more unsettling baby shower cakes, but these are too good (and good = bad) to not share. While we’re already on the subject, why not finish it off strong?

So here they are, folks. The 10 most ridiculous baby shower cakes — ranging from absurd to horrifying.

We’re not sure if these were just made to be funny or if the shower-throwers actually thought it was a clever idea. But see for yourself:

All images are found at CakeWrecks.com.

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  • Down to the Details 1 of 9
    Down to the Details
    If you thought the above picture was disturbing, take a look at the close-up. Yes, that's a placenta.
  • Um… 2 of 9
    Um...
    ...really?
  • Appetizing 3 of 9
    Appetizing
    Making it bite-size surprisingly increases the ick factor.
  • Ta-Da! 4 of 9
    Ta-Da!
    What? That's not how babies come out?
  • Oh That’s Right… 5 of 9
    Oh That's Right...
    They come out like this. Exactly like this.
  • Except for the babies who come via Fetus Air. 6 of 9
    Except for the babies who come via Fetus Air.
  • Or maybe we’re shot out by rainbows. 7 of 9
    Or maybe we're shot out by rainbows.
    Who knows, really.
  • Well if you’re going to be all scientific about it. 8 of 9
    Well if you're going to be all scientific about it.
  • And lastly, for those welcoming a monkey. 9 of 9
    And lastly, for those welcoming a monkey.

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