Look at this plant.
What would you expect to find inside if you cut it in half. Probably just dirt and some plant gunk, right?
It’s actually a cake.
As is this “Crocs” lookalike.
And this pair of “bananas.”
The instigating clip — which features mostly cakes made by a Turkish cake and sugar artist — was shared on BuzzFeed’s Tasty Twitter account on July 8, with the simple caption, “These Are All Cakes.”
Little did their social media manager know, all hell was about to break loose.
Since the video was shared, it has racked up over 31 million views, as well as countless replies and reactions from people who just don’t know who or what they can trust not to be cake anymore.
The year is 2030. Bakery art is so realistic, literally anything could be cake. The uncertainty has gripped the world in fear. I go to hug my wife for comfort. She is cake.— MehGyver (@TheAndrewNadeau) July 9, 2020
Laughing with my friends after testing to see it they’re actually a cake pic.twitter.com/BLTXIqFvtt— Curtis Kimberlin Jr (@ckimberlinjr) July 11, 2020
the one thing that was supposed to be a cake im goin insane https://t.co/KHs8TaTmTN— nev (@PettygroveNevin) July 14, 2020
me in 20 years when my kids mention cake pic.twitter.com/QGCjqsQpML— stephen (@stephenossola) July 14, 2020
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