Cake Smash

DoctorMick

Striker
It's only for dickheads. Same as baby showers, gender reveals, etc. My lass (no) is a complete pain in the arse at times but one thing she has going for her is she hates all this shite too. I'm starting to think social media does far more harm than good.
Gender reveals bug me like...nobody else gives a fuck if you’re having a boy or a girl.
 

LD19SAFC

Winger
Done one with our 1-year old a few weeks back. An hours session for £60 with 10 digital images afterwards. The photos are brilliant and we thought good value for money. Shame he didn't like the cake :lol:
Exactly the same here. Sure it was about £50, the photos are quality. Our lass sorted it mind
 

Dave Herbal

Striker
It's only for dickheads. Same as baby showers, gender reveals, etc. My lass (no) is a complete pain in the arse at times but one thing she has going for her is she hates all this shite too. I'm starting to think social media does far more harm than good.
“Starting to think”?
Social media is the single worst thing to happen to humanity in living memory.
 

Keawyeds

Striker
“Starting to think”?
Social media is the single worst thing to happen to humanity in living memory.
It is a power for good, but also is used for ill. The Internet in general could be looked at like that.
I'm sure Sir Tim Berners-Lee didn't anticipate the behemoth that it has become and what it is capable of
 

Ciro_DiMarzio

Central Defender
Following gender reveals, proms and baby showers, here's another US thing for the SMB to get mad about.


£800 for a picture of your baby covered in cake :eek: Waste of money and a waste of cake IMO!
We did this for my sons first birthday. Just with a 10 quid cake from asda. It didn't go according to plan. He just sat and carefully took some chocolate curls off the top and ate them. When he'd had enough he crawled back to the sitting room and started playing. I did tell our lass it was a shite idea like.
 

S.S.R..

Midfield
One of those things the people doing it can't explain why they want to do it, because they're lemmings that blindly follow what everyone else does.
 

Dave Herbal

Striker
It is a power for good, but also is used for ill. The Internet in general could be looked at like that.
I'm sure Sir Tim Berners-Lee didn't anticipate the behemoth that it has become and what it is capable of
Its the influence it wields that’s dangerous. You can get an opinion trending in an hour and the next day kids are killing themselves because they don’t conform to it.
 

S.S.R..

Midfield
Going off on a tangent, makes me think of Proms. Simple folk who've seen it on an American film and don't realise it's for 18 year olds who'll probably fuck off to a completely different state to go to Uni for several years and think their 16 year old who'll fail all their GCSEs, not move out for another ten years and spend the next five working in McDonalds is exactly the same.

Sorry Sharon, your spotty kid who'll get an ungraded in Maths and English is not the same thing as Freddie Prince Jr's character in She's All That; you don't need to spend 100s on a gaudy suit he'll not wear again until his court hearing.
 
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