"Chinese Lotus (bound) Foot" Cake

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    "Chinese Lotus (bound) Foot" cake, commissioned for a podiatrist's birthday. I considered candy corns(!), bunions, or fungus, but decided upon a condition he had hopefully never encountered in person.

    See original photo used as model: shoesnboots.50megs.com/bound ft.jpg

    【W】, schotbredeweg, ilovemytank, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mojeecat ages ago | reply

      OK. Now that's gross! But funny, in a sick kind of way! :-)

    2. TwirlySwirly ages ago | reply

      nooooooooo

    3. FlyButtafly ages ago | reply

      Wow - I always wondered how the foot looked. I remember learning about the practice of foot binding when I was much younger. I have to say, that is the most hideous-looking cake I've ever seen - I mean that in a good way! :)

    4. ! Mary ! 113 months ago | reply

      oooooooyyy! i need bleach for my eyes! very creative, but don't know if I could eat it! Great detail!

    5. Tracy Sherwood 113 months ago | reply

      Wonderful in terms of artistic accomplishment, uniqueness, and merging history and the intended's career. Questionable in terms of gross out factor and likeliness of it actually being eaten. And please tell me that those are sliced almonds . . .

      What I want to know, is how did said podiatrist like the cake?

    6. teal_cuttlefish 113 months ago | reply

      Hi! Here from cake wrecks. It's an awesome cake, but you have an error in your reference link. If anyone wants to see the actual bound foot, it's at shoesnboots.50megs.com/bound ft.jpg (You had an extra space sneak in there.) Great work, disgusting cake. I want to know how the podiatrist reacted, too.

    7. janeminty 113 months ago | reply

      Thanks for noticing the link (I had linked manually) - corrected! As far as the podiatrist's reaction, I never actually saw it firsthand. Upon delivery I met his associate at a somewhat fancy-pants Manhattan lunch establishment. I did hear later that he loved it, so I'll have to trust my source. :)

    8. Peggy Archer 113 months ago | reply

      Well, the important part is that the recipient loved it, right?

    9. hawkhopperks 113 months ago | reply

      Just... Disturbing.

    10. timetraveler2007 [deleted] 112 months ago | reply

      What the ....

    11. unconstructive 112 months ago | reply

      Haha! Gross, but you did a really good job!

    12. RandiBeeman 111 months ago | reply

      That's both disgusting and beautifully done. Wow. :-)

    13. ELL▲ 111 months ago | reply

      This is so creative, and so well done! But yuck!

    14. razzle_2008 110 months ago | reply

      What is up with that cake

    15. gatorhoydengreene13 107 months ago | reply

      Nicely done, I knew exactly what it was as soon as I saw it!

      Disgusting, I love it!

    16. Okinawa Soba (Rob) 100 months ago | reply

      Pretty close to the real thing --- minus anyone getting hurt !
      www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/3461349265/

    17. Djinn2011 65 months ago | reply

      Evil, disgusting, misogynistic...I could go on. But reading your commentary was a sore trial for those actually interested in learning something thanks to your repeated attempts to demonize liberals as people who would defend this practice. Wanting to understand the context of a certain behaviour in no way requires acceptance of that behaviour.

      “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”
      ~Aristotle

    18. Peggy Archer 65 months ago | reply

      Djinn... it's a cake. From a site featuring unappealing cakes. By the way, in case you can't figure it out, it's unappealing because it's a foot. There's NO political content in this thread.

      Maybe you need a drink and a nap. And a brush-up on your English skills.

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