View Poll Results: What type of cake would you like?

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  • Chocolate

    33 52.38%
  • Vanilla

    26 41.27%
  • Other

    4 6.35%
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    50th Anniversary Cakes

    I thought it would be fun to find out what type of cake you would look forward to having on July 17th. Are you a chocolate or vanilla cake lover? Maybe there is another type you prefer?

    Anyone know what kind of cake they ordered? Can’t wait!

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Chocolate Mouse Cake! lol

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    chocolate cake and vanilla frosting please

    I am assuming Disney will have vanilla cake with vanilla frosting b/c isn't it cheaper to buy vanilla cake/frosting then chocolate cake/frosting ... at the grocery store it is lol

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Quote Originally Posted by disneyguy247
    Chocolate Mouse Cake! lol
    I have to admit, Mickey's ears look better in Chocolate than in Vanilla. Maybe I am so used to seeing the Rice Crispy Mickey Heads with the ears dipped in chocolate....

    Mmmm. Hungry now.

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    vanillUH!!!!
    *does vanilla dance*
    vanillUH, vanillUH!!

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Or Vanilla Cheescake? Iknow Im asking for too much
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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    Or Vanilla Cheescake? Iknow Im asking for too much
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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    All I know is that they ordered cupcakes. Not real cake.
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    Quite frankly, I don't know why I voted since i'm not going to be there. But vanilla would be quite delicious.

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Chocolate! Is there any other kind to have? I'm a huge vanilla fan, but cake needs to be chocolate.
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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    I think the cakes will end up being Vanilla. Less chance of allergies. More people are allergic to chocolate than Vanilla. Strange eh?

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    I don't really care whether chocolate or vanilla (but I voted for choc! hehe). I just hope that something strange happens and we get real (i.e., buttercream) icing, not that whipped cream crud. I haven't had buttercream in ages, so would like to get it at DL. hehe
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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Mmmm......Chocolate cheesecake, NY style. With raspberries on the side.


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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Given my preference, chocolate.

    Wanna know what I think they'll actually get? Yellow cake. Think about it...

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    Re: 50th Anniversary Cakes

    Cheap, cheap, cheap and cheap. Even for the 40th, they had actual sheet cake, in yummy varieties of chocolate and vanilla, stationed every 30 feet. You could not finish one piece of cake before arriving at the next cake serving station. Free cake, all day, all you could possibly eat. That was for the 40th birthday.

    So what do we get for the far-more-significant 50th? A single, solitary cupcake.


    Cheap.

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