A bakery customer is facing backlash over their
“ridiculous” cake order. The customer shared
their story in Reddit’s AITA (Am I The A******) forum.
In the post, they explained that they commissioned
their co-worker — who bakes and sells cakes in their
off time — to craft something for their dog’s birthday.
They left out one crucial detail,
though: They never told the baker
that the cake was for a pet.
OkGanache6351 claims it should’ve been obvious they
were ordering the cake for their dog, which they
often refer to as their “baby” around the office.
Apparently, the baker had already started
on their cake when OkGanache6351 began
making some seemingly strange requests.
They wanted cream cheese instead of frosting, and asked
for chicken stock inside the batter. Then, OkGanache6351
finally revealed the truth – and the baker didn’t take it well.
OkGanache6351 told the baker she needed to finish
the cake “since it’s her job” and because she’d already
been paid. The baker, meanwhile cancelled the order.
the pet owner says they’re threatening to
post bad reviews on their co-worker’s website.
OkGanache6351 was met with plenty of backlash.
“She bakes and decorates cakes for HUMANS.
That is her business,” one commenter wrote.
“You straight up lied,” another wrote