Is Cinderella’s castle shiny? No.
Is it gated? No.
Is it made of cake? No.
Seriously — if someone tries to charge you money to visit this castle, don’t pay them a cent! It’s not the official building at all, but a confectionery duplicate, possibly filled with child-eating witches (as so many candy buildings are these days, or so we hear).
You can find more details on this atrocity on the Cake Wrecks blog.
All of these horrible mutations of Disney’s treasured commercial property were found on Coolest Birthday Cakes.
I find it hard to type because of the tears in my eyes — have you ever seen anything so horrific in all your life? It’s a cake — a cake for a child’s party, mind you — on which has been placed decorations depicting Disney’s beloved icon of intellectual property horrifyingly dismembered and scattered about. This mutilation of pure goodness was found on Coolest Birthday Cakes, and I will see its horrifying image whenever I close my eyes for months to come.
It is possible that this is two Disney copyright violations in one! The cake appears to be a cross between Mickey Mouse and Remy from Ratatouille. It was discovered on Coolest Birthday Cakes.
This blatant threat to Wall*E’s life was found on Cake Wrecks, September 7, 2008