A CHRISTMAS CAKE supposedly baked in 1911 recently celebrated its hundreth birthday surrounded by…well, people wanting to have their picture taken with it, according to a story in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. The largely mummified confection was originally discovered on a closet shelf in 1992 by estate sale assessors and passed along as a gag gift to a mutual friend, who has kept it ever since. Hey, why not…what can happen to it in 20 years that didn't already happen ...

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