Look closely -this man is actually a cake and people don't believe it!
By ZeeZondi | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
If there's one thing that we got validation from during these hard times of the corona virus with the lockdown, it's the fact that people are creative!
It is amazing what people can produce with their own hands when they are given the platform to go wild with their imagination. Pictures have been circulating of a man on a hospital bed.
With close introspection you'll see thst his legs and arm are actually cut into cake slices. At first you'd think his whole body is a cake but his face is in a different position in other pictures.
Above you see the man holding a baby, which means his upper body and left arm is real and not a cake. When you look at his bedside there are wedding pictures, which one may assume that he lost his wife in a tragic accident, and the baby survived.
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