The man serves the thinnest pieces of cake – The internet gives funny reactions



What really steals the show at all Birthday party? Well, that has to be the cake. Everyone, especially the kids, eagerly waits for the cake cutting ceremony, followed by enjoying the delicious slices. It’s no secret that every child secretly wants a slightly bigger piece. In fact, the thought of the cake running out before your turn is a bad feeling that no one ever wants to go through. But imagine this – you attend a birthday party and the host serves the thinnest slices of cake. Not a desirable situation, is it? A video currently doing the rounds on Instagram captures one such instance, and it’s sparking a chorus of hilarious reactions in the comments section.

In the video, a man is seen standing next to it cake. He uses small pieces of cardboard as serving platforms. Knife in hand, he proceeds to cut a slice so astonishingly thin that it barely reaches half an inch in thickness. To add a touch of humor, the text superimposed on the video asked appropriate questions, “Cake diya hai ya cake ki photocopy [Are you giving cake or its photocopy?]”

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Take a look at the video below:

The witty caption for the video reads: “Cardboard is thicker than cake.”

There are more than 100,000 views on this video and people are leaving no stone unturned to share their hilarious responses in the comments section.

One user wrote, “Sab ke janay ke baad raat me akele khayega [Once everyone leaves, he will eat it alone at night]”

Another added, “Bhai cake manga tha, cake ka chilka nahi [Bro we asked for a cake, not its shell.]”

One comment reads, “Lagta hai kafi mehenga cake hai [Seems like the cake is quite expensive.]”

Cake batega sab ye sun kar aaye the yaha for bread butter bat raha h [It was said there will be cake for everyone, but here, it’s more like bread and butter.]”, one user wrote.

What do you think of this cake serving technique? Tell us in the comments.




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