How To Reuse A Penis Pan

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If you’ve been chosen to be a bridesmaid, you have a few important responsibilities when it comes to the bachelorette party… Book the stripper, hold the bachelorette’s hair back when she vomits, and purchase a penis cake pan.

But when the party’s over and the cake is long gone… What do you do with the pan? Penis Pans has a few ideas. Described as, “One Woman’s Struggle To Use Her Penis Pan,” the site is loaded with alternative uses for the once unworkable device.

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Wedding Dress Cake

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So much planning goes into a wedding. There’s the dress, the cake, the dress cake… Wait, what? Created by the “Fairy Godmother of Wedding Cakes” Donna Millington-Day, the Wedding Dress Cake is beautiful enough to wear on your big day and almost too nice to eat.

The dress cake is made from 17 tiers of sponge cake, 22 kilograms of icing, one kilogram of royal icing and hundreds of sugar pearls. When served it would be enough for about 2000 guests. Hopefully it’s not red velvet inside.

[via Neatorama]

Cthulhu Wedding Cake

The Cthulhu Wedding Cake was made by Kerry’s Custom Cakes. Inspired by the fictional undersea character created by H.P. Lovecraft, the cake includes a sword-wielding bride and groom, and awesome sugar tentacles that could easily represent the challenges of marriage. Mmmm… kids and mortgage payments.

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American Gothic Wedding Cake

American Gothic, the oft-parodied 1930 Grant Wood painting, gets its inevitable rendering as a wedding cake. Brought to us by H Cakes & Sweets in New York, the cake depicts an element from the painting in each layer. Starting at the bottom with the cottage that inspired the painting, the cake works its way up to the farmer’s now iconic pitchfork. Hopefully the father of the bride doesn’t bring his to the wedding.

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Life-Sized Bride Wedding Cake

Here comes the bride… and her fondant-covered 400-lb twin. When deciding on an appropriate cake to express her love — for herself — Chidi Ogbuta, 35, opted for a life-sized replica. And why not? The big day should be all about the bride — even a bride that’s an egotistical lunatic.

Thankfully, the groom was nice enough to put his wife’s purse down to take the photo.

[via Buzzfeed]