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confounding the normals

I'm thinking of baking a cake for May 1st this year and leaving it, anonymously, in the tea room at work with a little note saying "Happy Beltane - Please Help Yourself". I find this oddly, inexplicably amusing given the number of Christians in the building (a few of which boarder on Creationist-fundie). Because, quite frankly, there are far too many people in the building who think I am of a faith that I am not, and I like to surprise people. I know most people here won't even understand the reference (after all, the word "Beltane" has nothing to do with football), but I suspect it will give me a bit of a chuckle.

If I do it, it'll have to be an unexpected, unusual sort of a cake. Like a lemon-rosemary cake or something. Any 'unusual' sort of cake recomendations are welcome.


Apr. 4th, 2005 06:04 am (UTC)
Tomato soup cake is always good. And oh so very very tasty.
(Recipe can be supplied on request)
And, when the confuzzled fundies ask "what all this is about", I guarantee that they will have to decide whether to be upset about the concept of pagan cake, or the concept of tomato soup cake, which seems to be a shockworthy thing in this country.

Also, its red. And red food is The Best.