Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World

October 25, 2006

Songs About Cupcakes

Filed under: Baking Porn,Cupcakes In Pop Culture — by isachandra @ 1:30 pm

This isn’t exactly the kind of music I like, it’s melodic poppy punk from the 90s and I was just too depressed in the 90s for that sort of thing. Anyway, the lyrics are cute and there is a lesson to be learned; this guy definitely needed an oven thermometer and a kitchen timer. If anyone knows these guys tell them they have a free copy of “Vegan Cupcakes” waiting for them.

Gameface – Cupcakes

I tried to make cupcakes but I had some trouble with the directions.
Yeah, I know how to read but I just couldn’t pay attention.
I saw your picture and it all came back.
I still felt hungry but I threw them in the trash.

I tried to make cupcakes but I think I did something wrong.
They came out kind of crusty.
I guess I left them in too long.
I wanted to leave them outside your front door.
I tried to make cupcakes but I’m not trying anymore.

It’s not the way it used to be.
It’s the same old recipe but it’s missing something.
I can’t understand why you got so mad and I don’t know why these things taste so bad.

I got what I deserved and I guess there’s no dessert for a guy who wants his cake but needs to learn to wait.

Pistachio Rosewater Cupcakes

Pistachio Rosewater Cupcake from pensarepink.

3 Comments »

  1. tell em yourself!
    here’s their myspace.
    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=120479374

    Comment by foofoo — October 27, 2006 @ 1:27 pm |Reply

  2. […] over pasta and artichokes, blue cheese and crackers, zinfandel and red wine, chocolate cake and pistachio rosewater cupcakes, and red velvet smoothies. Vegan Pistachio Rosewater Cupcakes that we ate at book club meeting. […]

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