Cake is the universal staple in all lives. Whether you’re a staunch chocolate or vanilla fan, there’s truly the one thing everyone can agree on: cake is the best.
If you’ve been on social media at all this week, you’ll notice a new meme has surfaced the internet, and at the crux of it all? Cake.
Check your shoes, check your salads. The ‘everything is cake’ meme has taken over the internet and it’s driving everyone batshit crazy.
Instagram bakers have started to make cakes that look suspiciously like ordinary, everyday objects, and it’s been giving everyone trust issues. It started out innocently enough; there were Harry Potter themed ones, like the Sorting Hat or the Golden Snitch, and even ones that looked like people’s favourite pets and characters.
But in the most bizarre turn of events, bakers have started making ones that actually look like normal objects. From toilet paper to soaps to coconuts, there’s no cake they cant make.
Sound like nonsense? Check out this insane four minute compilation of ordinary objects that aren’t cakes.
These Are All Cakes pic.twitter.com/ejArkJHaid
— Tasty (@tasty) July 8, 2020
Of course, the internet has gone bonkers, and the memes that are coming out are simply brilliant.
— scripted 🥖 #toadgang 🍝🍄 (@SpaghettisBoi) July 9, 2020
And the man you’ve been trying to flirt with for half an hour turns out to be a date roulade.
— Jane kelly (@Janekelly25) July 12, 2020
The year is 2030. Bakery art is so realistic, literally anything could be cake. The uncertainty has gripped the world in fear. I go to hug my wife for comfort. She is cake.
— MehGyver (@TheAndrewNadeau) July 9, 2020
he was trying to find out of she was made of cake pic.twitter.com/aQarMjcLlt
— mio (@miovies) July 11, 2020
the french beheading marie antoinette was their way of finding out if she was made of cake or not
— ً (@filmcal) July 11, 2020
The trust issues that these cakes have given the internet is just a welcome reprieve from all the COVID memes, and honestly, if people started to discover that everything around them was cake, would it be such a big deal?