This may be the most horrific baby shower cake yet

NOW we've seen some really crappy baked goods over the years, but this one really takes the cake. In fact, we'd go as far as saying it's a 'solid number two' on the list of outrageous baby shower treats.

One person has taken to parenting forum, Mumsnetto ask if they were being unreasonable to wonder "who the F**K would order this cake?"

"Now I like a joke as much as the next person," the post continued. "I even find those kids toys that poo and fart that are all the rage now marginally funny. But this has to be one of the nastiest cakes I've seen! Other cake fails anyone?"

This baby shower cake takes crappy cakes to a whole new level.
This baby shower cake takes crappy cakes to a whole new level.

Like a bad case of gastro, the thread quickly spread like wildfire, attracting over seven pages of responses.

"I once went to a baby shower where there was a childbirth cake complete with baby's head crowning, fake blood and even a little poo popping out of the icing bumhole!!! I didn't have a slice!" one user commented.

Another said, "That cake is repugnant."

"I've eaten a delicious Bristol Stool Chart cake," added another.

We understand that the fecal matter atop the cake is in fact mashed Milky Way, which might sound appealing, but we're not sure who would still be willing to eat the turdy topper.

In case this cake isn't 'up your alley'...
Kidspot is no stranger to crappy cakes so there are always alternatives if you've come in search of the perfect baby shower cake for your deserving best friend. Or maybe you're after a little revenge after a bridezilla experience who is now pregnant...?

We've showcased the worst baby shower cakes you've ever seen, which included chocolate sprinkles for pupic hair and red jelly insides and a few cake fails from time to time.

Or if you're after something a little more appetising, there are some adorable baby shower cupcakes you might like to consider as a pleasant alternative.

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