My 27th Year Celebrated Today

How do you celebrate your own birthday on a blog?  In the real world (or in real life, or IRL), there are cards, drinks, cakes, singing, laughing, and well-wishes from your friends and family (by the way, BIG THANKS to my friends and family for the birthday wishes).  I also realize that I have already covered much of my childhood, adolescence, teenage years, college days, and professional experience in the 110+ blog entries I’ve made.   I guess rather than find another way to wedge other personal stories and details into yet another blog entry, I’d do this:


Le Corbusier's "Villa Savoye" cake from Michelle Sugar Art Limited. Probably not sturdy enough to live in though. *Sad Face*
The Cake from "Portal"; Since it's digital, it's fake, and thus, must be a lie...
Motherboard Cake from "Robot vs. Badger." Impressive; it was only re-flowed once in the oven. (+10 Points for you if you get the joke)
This is the tastiest regulation pro wrestling ring ever. I wonder if eating it warrants a disqualification....

Remember my post on Friday the 13th on Friday, January the 13th?  No, well I mentioned my love for slasher movies in that blog entry (see how I keep working personal stories in the blog), and as for the song I promised earlier, here’s the end theme to the very underrated 1981 Canadian horror movie classic, “Happy Birthday to Me.” Enjoy, and thank you to my friends, family, followers, readers, and that group of cool kids in the back corner!

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