Bullied girl proves that revenge is easier to cook up than you think
Yuck, yuck, yuckity yuck. A tenth grade female student from Centennial High School in Bakersfield, California wanted to get back at people who she felt were bullying her so she baked up a batch of foul cupcakes and handed them out to students who had picked on her in the past. She handed out revenge in the form of cupcakes on Thursday and when she was asked why the cupcakes tasted so unbelievably bad, she responded that it was because she had baked them with pubic hair, semen, expired food and pills. Just thinking about it makes me want to upchuck.
Someone told on the vengeful baker and the police and health department got involved.
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The cupcakes couldn't be tested because they were all gone, but on Friday Bakersfield police Sgt. Joe Grubbs said the cupcakes were made with household kitchen items like mayonnaise, barbecue sauce and soy sauce. The health department is no longer investigating the incident, but the Bakersfield Police Department and Centennial High School are still looking into the matter.
Here's what I think. I think it is highly unlikely that the cupcakes had semen in them. I mean where would this girl get semen from? Would she just walk up to some dude and be like, Hey, hook me up with jism!? I don't think so. Pubic hair, well she could have used her own I suppose, but again, I think it is unlikely. She did however put some kind of nastiness in the cupcakes and purposely fed them to people. Call me crazy, but I think that is along the lines of poisoning and not cool.
Bullying is not cool either, but two wrongs I'm told, do not make a right.
As for the kids who ate the cupcakes, I would recommend that they never eat something given to them by someone they have treated badly. That's why I'm never rude to wait staff at food establishments.
The school now has a ban on distributing outside food whether it has semen in it or not. I'm assuming they have always had a ban on bullying.
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