It was supposed to say “Happy Birthday, Lizard” (her nickname)…


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  • Raedwulf

    She probably can’t read it.

    • Trevor

      I don’t know. The look on her face says she can read it and understands it all too well.

      • IMHO

        Which makes me think, why would the parent bring that home just as is? Couldn’t they gently scrape that word off or buy some candy to cover it up?

      • m4a4

        Naw, looks too young to read (letalone read cursive). I’d say that look is a “you can’t have cake yet” look…

        • brujah1381

          My two year old could read that

          • m4a4

            Wow. Either your child is special, or you’re exaggerating.

          • brujah1381

            All my kids could read basic stuff at that age. I didn’t realize it was weird.

          • m4a4

            So, exaggerating. Recognizing words is not the same as being able to read.

          • brujah1381

            She would know the cake says happy birthday, she may or may now know loser, I never said she was sitting down to a novel every night.

          • m4a4

            Yeah, so my original point stands. She’s not disappointing because of what she read (recognized) on the cake. And again, cursive.

  • BFG

    That is a picture to save and show future dates/significant others.

  • FizzPop

    I’ve been called “lizard” before … It’s not particularly nice, though I don’t really care … Still, better than “loser”.

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