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Bride Is Hilariously Mocked After Making Own Wedding Cake 12 Hours Before The Big Day

A bride named Laura realized that by making her own wedding cake, she might save hundreds of dollars. The night before her special day, she dared to enter in, and she was pleased with the outcome. She probably spent little more than $30 on the sprinkle-covered cake.

The bride may have saved hundreds of dollars by making the dessert herself because weddings can be exorbitantly expensive, but many others said it looked more like a children’s birthday cake or a volcano than a romantic wedding cake.

Laura, believed to be from the US, posted a video on TikTok which has since been watched a staggering 3.7million times.

‘Not sure if making my wedding cake at midnight the night before my wedding was the best idea,’ she captioned the clip.

Wedding cakes in Australia can range in price from $300 to $1200 depending on the number of layers and the embellishments, but Laura’s homemade cake would probably have cost less than $30.  

Laura said: ‘I’m getting married in two days and today I’m baking our wedding cake.’

The two-tiered cake was made using Betty Crocker’s rainbow white cake mix ($4 AUD per box), and rainbow sprinkles were added the night before.

The varying sized tiers were made using three eight-inch cakes and three ten-inch cakes that she cooked.

‘It’s now midnight, the night before our wedding and I am icing our cake. I’ve never iced a cake in my life, but I think it’s looking pretty cute,’ she said.


Not sure if making my wedding cake at midnight the night before my wedding was the best idea 😅🤪💋

♬ Bad Habits – Ed Sheeran

The couple’s names were written in large letters on the cake as the finishing touch by Laura.

Others couldn’t help but criticise the homemade dessert, even though Laura was pleased with the ‘cute’ final product.

‘Is this a joke? Because looks like more for birthday,’ one person wrote.

‘I can hear your guest judging,’ another added, a third said: ‘No…just no.’

‘Not me thinking you were a professional baker and this was going to turn out so good,’ another admitted.

But some praised Laura for giving it a go and saving money baking it herself.

‘I think this is the cutest idea!!! Expensive cakes are overrated,’ one woman commented.

‘Thank god someone has some common sense and doesn’t pay $500 for a wedding cake. You’re beautiful, let that shine not your cake!’ another wrote.

A third said: ‘People are so mean. I can’t remember anyone’s cake at weddings I’ve been to. If you’re happy with it, that’s all that matters. It’s your day!’

In another video, Laura has since hit back at the trolls with photos of herself smiling and cutting the cake. 

Source: dailymail.co.uk

Doja Cat faces Backlash For Imitating Amber Heard’s ‘My Dog Stepped On A Bee’ Testimony

Doja Cat just showed up in the amusing video from Amber Heard’s defamation case against Johnny Depp. She is, however, receiving criticism for the same.

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The actor had winced when testifying at trial about her dog stepping on a bee, which was a traumatic incident. In a now-deleted TikTok, the singer imitated Heard’s wince and has since received a huge backlash.

Speaking about her dog back in May, Heard testified: “We walked out of the trailer at some point, my dog stepped on a bee.

“We went to the vet and went on with our you know, vacation.”

In a recently deleted upload, Doja poked fun at the actor and said: “It’s honestly hella sad ’cause like, she’s a puppy, my dog. And I’ve had her for like a week and a half, maybe two weeks now. And she like, was just running around in the grass, and she steps on a bee.”

While twitching her eyes, the 26-year-old then added: “My dog stepped on a bee. My dog stepped on a bee.

“She stepped on a f**king bee. My dog stepped on a bee!”

Many have slammed the singer for her video, with one writing: “Doja Cat mocking amber heard is like actually disgusting.

Doja Cat Imitated Amber Heard's Dog Stepped On A Bee Comment

“Like it makes me sick to my stomach that she not only did it on TikTok but was doing it on Instagram live today… it’s just genuinely sick and I’m praying for Amber and her well-being she doesn’t deserve any of this.”

Another added: “Doja cat making fun of Amber heard’s SA testimony…she’s really like an incel it’s crazy.”

Alongside a clip of Heard’s testimony, someone else commented: “This Is what she’s mocking. It was disgusting when people did It on TikTok, It is still disgusting now.”

However, some users came to the defense of the singer, as one person wrote: “i don’t understand how the whole internet can hate on amber but when doja mimics her it’s suddenly bad.”

A second added: “literally, I’m sure most of these people canceling her were involved in mocking amber.”

The actor Noah Schnapp disclosed a private chat between the two on social media last week, and Doja came under fire from fans for how she handled the situation.

The musician confessed her affection for Noah, 17, to co-star Joseph Quinn, who plays Eddie Munson in the most recent season of the Netflix series, in his Instagram DMs.

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Woman Who’s Six Inches Taller Than Her Husband Says People Think He’s Her Son

A woman who is six inches taller than her spouse claimed that although her partner is frequently mistaken for her son, she is tired of the unpleasant comments made by trolls.

Hunter and Jesika first met in 2020, and despite their different heights, they clicked right immediately. Despite the fact that they are now happily married, rumors about their romance still circulate.

Jesika and Hunter aren't fussed about their height difference. Credit: Jam Press

Hunter is 5 feet 1 inch tall, whereas Jesika is 5 feet 7 inches tall for comparison.

While Jesika is content to be the “big spoon” and move the “car seat back” after Hunter drives, not everything has been peaches and cream.

Jesika explained: “I’ve had friends and other people ask me why I’m with someone so much shorter than me.

“We’ve gotten comments asking if he’s my son or ‘if I need a real man.’ I’m barely taller than average for a female.”

"We're happy and that's all that matters." Credit: Jam Press

That’s not the worst part though, as it’s the comments from random strangers that really take a toll: “But some of the worst come from men who they think they’d be a better partner for me, telling me they could please me better or be what I need. It’s not their relationship and it doesn’t concern them.

“We’re happy and that’s all that matters.”

But for anyone who does care, Jesika went on to say that they have a great intimate life: “Aren’t we, all the same, lying down? In fact, some positions are a lot easier with Hunter being short. Honestly, it’s probably the best sex I’ve ever had.”

Hunter claims that the jokes about Jesika’s height feel like a double standard, despite the fact that Jesika is happy to respond to people who make fun of their relationship.

The couple share their relationship on TikTok. Credit: Jam Press

“If you make jokes about someone’s weight, it’s terrible and of course it is,” he said.

“But everyone feels like it’s OK to make fun of height like it’s no big deal. I’ve lived like this for my entire life. All of the people I’ve dated before have been much taller than me, so it’s never bothered me.”

Hunter went on to say: “I’ve just always been more concerned about how the other person feels about it.”

I'm six inches taller than my 5ft husband - people always assume he's my son'  - Mirror Online

Even so, Jesika is content with her relationship and the way she and her partner frequently document it on TikTok. They’ve even made some people feel more at ease about their own height differences. “We found accidentally on TikTok that people love seeing other couples with our type of height difference,” she said.

“So many other men or women said they’re in a similar situation and were so happy to see our posts.”

Source: unilad.co

Moms Are Calling Out “Boomer” Grandparents Who Overstep Their Boundaries And How Toxic The Whole Dynamic Is

A fast TikTok search for “grandparent limits” will turn up a variety of parents criticizing their own parents or in-laws who cross the line when it comes to their children, and how damaging it has been to their relationship.

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

Lisa Pontius, a digital creator, homemaker, and mother, shared a video on TikTok in which she was dancing to the song “The Joke Is On You” by Niki Watkins. The subtitles make fun of “boomers” for saying “my house, my rules,” while getting unhappy when their children, who are now parents, start setting their own rules in their homes. Take that, indeed!

Also in good TikTok fashion, there were folks responding to this in the form of comments. One of these comments pointed out that what Lisa did was effectively her own version of the “my house, my rules” idea.

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic
Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

In one of her viral TikToks, she said, “In case no one told you, having boundaries is not the same as keeping your kids away from your parents. That’s a whole different relationship dynamic – one that I don’t have. My parents see my kids. My parents see my kids actually kind of a lot; they live pretty close to us. I still have boundaries with my parents in regard to my children. They still have boundaries with me over when and how often and how much they’re going to watch said, grandchildren. We each acknowledge and respect each other’s boundaries. That’s how you have a mutually respectful, adult relationship.”

“Boundaries isn’t a threat. Boundaries isn’t a dirty word. Every adult relationship has boundaries – scratch that – every relationship deserves boundaries, even ones between adults and children. My parents get to see my kids because they respect my boundaries. But if someone does get cut off from their grandchildren, it’s a pretty good indicator that they didn’t respect the parent’s boundaries, to begin with!”

Lisa, who has successfully negotiated grandparent boundaries and is sharing what has worked for her to assist others, was interviewed by BuzzFeed. “I have always been interested in interpersonal relationships and family structures. I was an anthropology major in college and just always found observing these things fascinating. When I started sharing my life on social media, I included a lot of commentary on motherhood – including the very common struggle with navigating in-law relationships as a new mom.”

Boundaries can be small things, like telling the grandparent to call before they come over or asking them not to give your child sweets, according to Lisa. “Boundaries don’t have to be big or start a fight necessarily. Most boundaries I’ve set with my in-laws have been small things like that. Some have been bigger and needed larger conversations. The word ‘boundaries’ scares a lot of people, they can be seen as threatening, but in reality, they serve to protect a relationship. Boundaries are a way to navigate these relationships in a way that resentments don’t build,” she said.

Princess Audia Reggie, an AMFT therapist, and mother, has also been open about grandparent limits on TikTok, supporting parents who are speaking out. “This is a message to all the entitled grandparents out there: Having a relationship with your grandchildren is a privilege. It is not a right,” she stated in one of her TikToks.

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

Princess has a master’s degree in clinical psychology, marital, and family therapy. “I am a mental health therapist whose clinical specialty is intergenerational trauma and parenting. I am passionate about helping my clients identify and disrupt unhealthy patterns of behavior and communication that are often passed from parent to child through unhealthy parenting practices. In my clinical practice, I emphasize the importance of learning new skills to cope with a variety of mental health issues,” she told BuzzFeed.

Grandparents and other members of the extended family should view their relationship with their grandkids and nieces and nephews as a privilege rather than a right, according to Princess. “This will help to reduce harmful behavior brought on by a sense of entitlement such as ignoring or overstepping boundaries of the primary caregivers,” she said.

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

Princess said communication of your parental boundaries is key. “Boundaries operate best in three ways. The first is to articulate the boundary out loud to others. It’s a mistake to assume people can read your mind, so be sure to speak your boundaries out loud. Second, all boundaries must have consequences. Before speaking about your boundaries out loud, have a conversation with yourself and others, such as your partner, about what the consequences for overstepped boundaries will be. This must be a collaborative effort because it will require that you and your partner are on board with the consequences as well. And third, when boundaries are overstepped or ignored, the consequences need to be put into action by the primary caregivers.”

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

It’s also important to examine what cultural differences there may be. “A few examples of cultural differences are the way and what we eat, how and what language we speak, and how we dress. Cultural differences are not that we have passed on generational patterns of physical, emotional, and/or verbal abuse perpetrated against children. Unfortunately, for far too many people, abusive parenting practices have been normalized and accepted as ‘cultural differences’ when this is not the case,” Princess explained.

Princess added that it can be difficult for parents to negotiate this situation when their in-laws want to parent in a way that is contrary to how the parent asks them to.. “This scenario is very common, and it is crucial that the parent sit down with their partner and have a conversation about how they will directly address this issue with the in-laws. Conflicts like this with in-laws can easily turn into conflicts between primary caregivers that can have a negative impact on the relationship. It is important to move as a united front when child-rearing-related conflicts with in-laws arise.”

Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic
Parents Call Out “Boomer Grandparents” Who Overstep Boundaries, Explaining The Toxicity Of The Whole Dynamic

“As a new generation of parents emerge alongside a time when therapy has become less stigmatized and more mainstream, parents have begun to process their own childhoods as a way to find healing not only for themselves but also for generations they will never meet. When we break unhealthy generational patterns, it not only impacts ourselves and our children, it impacts your grandchildren and great-grandchildren because you’ve established a new framework for each future generation,” Princess concluded.

Source: boredpanda.com

Woman quits job after boss sent a fat-shaming text telling her to ‘cover stomach’

When Abigayle Canterbury was initially “dress coded” by her manager, she was furious but soon realized there was a double standard at work because small females could wear whatever they wanted.

She claims that after three weeks in the new position, her manager “dress-coded” her.

The TikToker claimed that she believed the workplace had a “laid-back environment” and believed she could dress like some of her fellow coworkers by donning crop tops and trousers.

She was instead instructed to “dress nicer” and “cover her stomach” in a text message from her manager.

In the video, Abigayle discussed the sad incident and made clear that she had just recently started working at the store when a manager texted her about her attire.

The message said: “Hey the business owner talked to me yesterday about your clothes. He said please dress something nicer and cover the stomach. Thank you.”

Woman quits job after boss sent fat-shaming text telling her to 'cover  stomach' - Daily Star

Abigayle then asked for clarification on what that exactly meant, and the manager replied: “Just cover all your body, that’s what he means.”

She initially complied with the request, but when she showed up for work the following day and spoke to her coworkers, she learned she was the only one who had gotten the criticism.

As a result, the TikToker said she felt “singled out” by her employer, saying: “That s**t really caught me off-guard and hurt my feelings,” adding that, as a result, she had decided to quit.

As of right now, the video has received 569K views and 75.3K likes. Many viewers have shown their support for Abigayle and said that the actions were “discriminatory.”

Woman quits job after boss sent fat-shaming text telling her to 'cover  stomach' - Daily Star

One user wrote: “So basically you could sue for discrimination… and you [clearly] have it in the text.”

Another user said: “I’m glad you decided to quit for the simple fact of principle. What they did to you is not okay. You’re beautiful.”

A third commented and said: “He literally [body-shamed] you. They didn’t care about what the others were dressed like but they care about your outfits.”

Abigayle said in a follow-up video that things got out of hand when her manager demanded to speak with her and said everything she said would “always come back to [him] one way or another.”

She informed them that she had spoken to her boss about how it had made her feel like she had been “singled out” due to her look and that she was perplexed because she works with females who are “dressed the way I would normally dress.”

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Last but not least, Abigayle revealed in a third video that she had ultimately opted to leave the company even though she had wanted to advance in it because her employer had made her feel “terrible” about her wardrobe choices.

Source: vt.co

A woman labeled as “gross-girl” lives in the middle of nowhere, doesn’t shower for weeks

A woman who claims to live in the “middle of nowhere” has justified her “gross” way of living, which includes skipping her daily teeth-brushing routine and going a week without taking a shower.

The “gross things I do because I live alone, in the middle of nowhere, with no touch with other humans,” Annabel Fenwick Elliott admitted on TikTok.

Annabel Fenwick Elliott took to TikTok to explain that she doesn't shower, brush her teeth or use deodorant very often.

First, self-described “gross girl” Elliott explained that she doesn’t shower very often, “literally sometimes for a week.”

“I don’t see the point, I don’t really like the feeling, being wet and then having to get dry and it’s cold,” she sighed.

She also said she doesn’t use deodorant — “again I don’t see the point.”

“I don’t see anyone and it doesn’t bother me — I don’t feel very dirty even though I am,” she continued.

Annabel added that she doesn't brush her hair, even though she knows it will get "matted" if she doesn't.

“It’s gross, isn’t it. I do use deodorant if I’m going to Tesco — out of courtesy for other people, but really only then.”

Elliott added that she doesn’t brush her hair, even though she knows it will get “matted” if she doesn’t.

“I don’t brush my teeth very often either,” she said.

“I know that’s really bad and stupid. I don’t like brushing them first thing in the morning because first thing in the morning I eat and it makes everything taste weird.

“You shouldn’t brush your teeth after you eat immediately because apparently, you circulate the food into your teeth which is bad for them — a dentist told me that.

“So given that I snack all day or otherwise forget, there’s just never a good time.”

And when it comes to keeping her crockery and utensils clean, she just rinses them — with water and no soap — because she has a favorite mug and favorite bowl that she always uses.

“I also don’t make my bed and I’m also really stingy about using laundry tablets because they’re really expensive,” she said.

She also just rinses her favourite mug with water so she can use it again and again - rather than putting it in the dishwasher.

Concluding her video, Elliott stated: “So I wouldn’t say I’m opposed to soap and toothpaste and detergent because I’m a hippie, but maybe deep down, inside my soul, I am just a hippie.”

The people who commented on the video were divided on Elliott’s statement regarding her way of life, with one writing: “I work for myself and live alone. I do pretty much the same. It’s heaven!”

“I’m not sure why I’m watching this because I’m the complete opposite,” someone else added.

“Are you like this because you live alone or do you live alone because you live like this? No judgment literally my dream life,” another person asked.

To which Elliott replied: “Ha good question! I am far more civilized when living with others.

“Have just been living alone since I moved out of London during the pandemic.”

Source: nypost.com