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Congrats Lucy!

It’s a celebration bitches!

26 Comments to Congrats Lucy!

  1. you’d think whoever was behind this cake would have gone with dark red roses… you know to really bring the point home.

  2. pookie_bear_meow_damnit on July 2nd, 2012
  3. Maybe it was a light period?

  4. John C on July 2nd, 2012
  5. Perhaps “peroid” is a code-name for something else…

  6. Hah on July 2nd, 2012
  7. They say that your Publix associates really know your family… I guess this is why.

  8. R.J. on July 2nd, 2012
  9. “peroid” is spelled wrong.

  10. RED on July 2nd, 2012
  11. Bwahahaha . Nice spelling there !

  12. Dagmaar on July 2nd, 2012
  13. Oh brother,please tell me this is NOT REAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. DeDe on July 2nd, 2012
  15. Reminds me of something Eric and Annie from 7th Heaven would do. ;D

  16. Maddie on July 2nd, 2012
  17. So goddamn typical of the entitlement generation.
    An award or recognition for doing… NOTHING.

  18. Liz on July 2nd, 2012
  19. What’s a peroid?

  20. Charlie on July 2nd, 2012
  21. Sorry, DeDe. Go google up the term Red Tent Party. This is actually one of the tamer cakes I’ve seen.

  22. Jami on July 3rd, 2012
  23. no wonder kids are SOOOO stupid today, just look at the parents!!

  24. loki on July 3rd, 2012
  25. Why the hell get a cake and celebrate a girl bleeding for a week every month? What is there to celebrate. i have to agree about celebraing everything and recognizing someone for doing nothing. I mean its puberity. It is just something that happens. Did they at least get some money off for it being spelled wrong?

  26. Adrienne on July 3rd, 2012
  27. Well, in different clans and tribes as well as different religions, in the past as well as today, a girl getting her first period marks her as a woman. It’s certainly not unusual

    You can also think of ceremonies for boys who become men.

    When I got my first one, I was given a beautiful beaded bracelet representing womanhood.

    Although, I agree, a cake is out there; which means it was probably a joke cake.

  28. Lobster Pot Girl on July 3rd, 2012
  29. and dipshit that can’t read the incorrectly spelled cake..they spelled it “pereid”. should probably learn to read cursive,it might prove to be a useful skill some day.

  30. jj on July 3rd, 2012
  31. Ummmm…that doesn’t look like an “e” to me. Maybe *you* should learn to read cursive.

    Especially before correcting someone else.

  32. psych on July 3rd, 2012
  33. I poop blood once a day.

  34. Sir WaffleBottom on July 3rd, 2012
  35. As a woman who didn’t get cake her first period, I gotta say this was a good idea. After I got done with all the cramps and vomiting, I could totally go for a slice of misspelled cake! Right upside the head of whoever gave it to me.

  36. Sara on July 5th, 2012
  37. and i thought it was bad when my mom called all my aunts to announce my new “friend” had finally showed up! Well at least she will have something good to tell her shrink!

  38. me on July 5th, 2012
  39. I think the roses should have been red.

  40. Dawn on July 5th, 2012
  41. That cake better be chocolate, damnit. >:\

  42. bebo on July 6th, 2012
  43. I don’t care how it is spelled, I would have liked a cake……a chocolate cake…….

  44. Jen on July 8th, 2012
  45. This is great. My friend said her husband asked if he should go get their daughter a card or something, he thought is was a special occassion; I bet if he saw this cake, he would have bought it. For me, I was so embarassed I didn’t even want to tell my mother, much less have a cake announcing the
    blessed event!

  46. Mar on July 14th, 2012
  47. typical puritanical Americans. Little girls have to be ashamed of periods and it should never be talked about. Little boys have to be ashamed of getting erections when they are falling asleep in math class. These are natural animal bodily functions. Accept them and move on.

  48. Anthony on July 22nd, 2012
  49. My father bought me flowers and took me out for ice cream when I started my period. He did that for my three sisters as well. At the time, I was a little embarrassed, but looking back at it, I am so glad he did. It is a huge milestone for young women and can be scary. I was glad to know it wasn’t something to be scared of, but rather something to be proud of.
    That being said, I think I would have run out of the room crying if my father brought home a misspelled cake for me to show off to the family. At least the flowers stayed in my room and the ice cream was private.

  50. KLC on July 25th, 2012
  51. My mom bought me a teddy bear and let me stay home from school the day I got my first period. At 11, best thing ever.

    If I have daughters, I’m just going to laugh at them when they start their periods because I’m evil like that. (Laugh and then sympathy and niceness).

  52. Jennifer on September 1st, 2012

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