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The news report would not open. She must have had a really big oven. Have a wonderful day!*^_^ (=':'=) meow hugs(")_ (")Š from da Raggedy one*
It opened for me but at the wrong picture. Sorry. It's fixed now.
Eww... Looks like something out of a b-horror flick.
I still don't get her reason for doing it. Cycle of life???I wonder who got to eat her crotch...
That is so messed up.
too much dough and not enough cents!
The pillsbury dough boy'smom perhaps.
Oiy!..I give up on women..whuzza matta wif dem?..LOL..have a great weekend Cube dude!
I'm with nanc! She could have put her dough to better use.Truly BIZARRE. Where do you find these half baked stories. eh cube?
That's kind of disturbing...I'm trying to figure out what would make this seem like a good idea.
I guess I am the odd person out here, but I think I do get it. Symbolically, it works on many levels, but I won’t bore with any augmentation. I think you have to approach this as one does all “art”, for some, a piece speaks, for others, it does not.
Is this the only way this lady can get "naked" attention?Good grief! Very weird!!If I did what she did though, I'd make sure I made my boobs really big. The art wouldn't need to be exactly realistic... right? :) Also, I would be VERY picky about who got to eat it. The whole thing gives me the heebie-jeebies!!!!!
This artistic effort does not "speak to me".A bit half-baked really.There are other ways she could have used up the bulk purchase flour and left over yeast. A few hundred cup cakes for the homeless would never go astray.
It's certainly an attention grabber. I read her cycle of life explanation, but it just seems like a weird publicity stunt to me.
It's a sick, sad, stupid, pointless world.
Half-baked? Maybe metaphorically, but the feet look like they got a little crunchy & over-baked ;-)
I'm not buying the "cycle of life" crap.You're born, you live, you die. Where in that sequence does it say to whip up a body-double bakers loaf? 'Ey?
caz: I hear you. This is just a cry for attention. "Look at me, I'm a baked good".
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