Choco Cake

Choco Cake

posted on 1 Aug 2009 in Snacks

Scones aren’t nearly optimistic enough…

Found in Japan.

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Algernon
Algernon
11 years ago

I just can’t tell you how disappointed I was with this.

WoahWhat
WoahWhat
11 years ago

What, you don’t like modest chocolate?

Spoony
Spoony
11 years ago

Hey baby, wanna make some S’mores?

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

This cake has self-esteem issues…

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

“Mediocre”… is THAT what you’re trying to say?

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

As long as the packaging looks expensive, they’ll never know the difference at tea time.

Pamela
Pamela
11 years ago

Mashmallow elegant? Since when? There’s your over-optimism!

Brandon
Brandon
11 years ago

Oh no! Not again! I’ve been led in elegant tea time by modest chocolate and soft marshmallow before! I’m not falling for it this time.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

That’s what the Mad Hatter ate at the Mad Tea Party

Xila
Xila
11 years ago

I hate it when my snack cakes get pretentious.

Dude
Dude
11 years ago

Well, this chocolate can forget about having a billion dollars, a mansion and a Lamborghini.

Lora
Lora
11 years ago

Can you see anything optimistic about the fact that I’m going to eat you?

Marc
Marc
11 years ago

Let them eat cake.

TJ
TJ
11 years ago

I hate cakes that suffer from illusions of grandeur.

TJ
TJ
11 years ago

Can I enjoy it with my people?

Pete
Pete
11 years ago

I’m rather pessimistic that their modest chocolate and a soft marshmallow will lead me to anything other than a diabetic coma….

DECMATH
11 years ago

The graham cracker shall lie down with the marshmallow, and a modest chocolate shall lead them.

DieselDragon
11 years ago

…But if I use this cake to *lead* my elegant tea time, wouldn’t that mean I’d feel full and wouldn’t have enough room for my dinner?

Normally, I’d have one of these *after* the meal. 🙂

DieselDragon
11 years ago

Being a working-class person, it’d be rather over-optimism for me to ever have these at the dinner table. 🙂

DieselDragon
11 years ago

Over optimistic *and* modest? First time I’ve ever come across a tea-cake with multiple personality disorder… 😉

Lollerskate
11 years ago

Well, at least the chocolate has some leadership qualities…

popper
11 years ago

If it’s over-optimistic, why isn’t it smiling?

Ralph Hamilton
Ralph Hamilton
11 years ago

I am sure tea time would not be so elegant after the food fight.

Sparkly Boof
Sparkly Boof
11 years ago

I’ll stick with my pessimistic crab cakes, thankyouverymuch.

Yugan
11 years ago

a subtle way of saying, Don’t get your hopes up. Prepare to hurl.

kris
kris
11 years ago

This is classic engrish, why is it getting such a low score? Are people only voting for engrish that means something rude?

Pollyanna
Pollyanna
11 years ago

Over-optimistic? My cakes?

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

That’s a modest product name alright, short, sweet and to the point!

tekleader
tekleader
11 years ago

Is this cake package half full or half empty?

Jetsuzu
Jetsuzu
11 years ago

“when a choco cake and a marshmallow love each other very much….”

Lollerskate
10 years ago

There should be a section for “Less popular engrish”. That’d be awesome!

yutiyfiyufyu
10 years ago

Also contains mushrooom.

Lilly Todd
Lilly Todd
10 years ago

truth in advertising…

Myself
4 years ago

Modest Mouse: Over-pessimism
Modest Chocolate: Over-optimism

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