Mom-of-Three's Homemade ‘Unicorn Cake’ for Daughter's 14th Birthday Is Mocked as 'Rude'
Danielle Adams, from Essex, made a "unicorn cake" for her daughter Olivia's fourteenth birthday celebration. However, her friends told her it looks like something obscene.
The 39-year-old mother spent over four hours trying to bake a unicorn themed birthday cake for her teenage daughter after she spotted one she liked in their local grocery store recently, as reported by The Sun.
"I just try my hardest for my kids and despite what my friends and the people online all thought, I was deadly serious."
But Danielle has been left red-faced when her pals derided her at Olivia's birthday party for its "sex toy" appearance.
One of her friends even told her that she shouldn't get the cake out in the eatery and asked that she removed the offending horn.
"I didn't think it looked rude at all and I couldn't believe it when my friends who turned up to the meal did," the mother-of-three explained. "We'd gone out for a birthday meal to a restaurant, and there were 14 of us."
Danielle added that her friends found the cake funny. They even asked her whether they should sit on it or eat it.
"They went as far as to say that they felt wrong eating it," she continued. "So I put it on a Facebook and apparently it wasn't only my friends that thought it looked like a dildo. Someone asked me if I was a designer for Ann Summers."
In spite of the cake's appearance, Danielle reckoned her children adored it and that they didn't acknowledge any of the negative remarks.
"I only baked it because my eight-year-old son Ronnie-Scott has a dairy intolerance and I wanted him to enjoy the cake, so I created my own dairy-free option," she said.
"But my love for my kids, Olivia, Ronnie-Scott, and Tommy, 17, is exactly why I tried to make it - I'm no Mary Berry, but at least the cake didn't have a soggy bottom."
Danielle proudly said that her kids told her the cake was delicious and the birthday girl thought it was terrific.
"I just try my hardest for my kids and despite what my friends and the people online all thought, I was deadly serious," she added. "I did think some of the comments were absolutely hilarious though as someone asked if I'd posted 'uniporn' on Facebook and some people even asked if I was making any more."
Although many people asked if it was for a hen party, at the end of the day, Olivia loved it and didn't see anything other than the unicorn she'd requested for, Danielle continued.