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Cake Poll: How Do You Eat A Cupcake?

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Musing over methods of snack-eating is practically an American pastime. There have been ad campaigns centered on how people eat Reese's Peanut Butter Cups; there have been studies on the characteristics associated with various methods of Oreo-eating.

But now, it's time to attack the sweetest treat of all: the cupcake. Tell us how you eat yours in the comment section, and you'll be entered to win a completely awesome prize pack, which will include:


How do you eat yours?
How do you eat yours?
Do you eat it with a knife and fork, pinkies out?
Do you tear it in half and discard the bottom so as to increase the frosting-to-cake ratio?
Do you invert it, sandwich-style, to keep your fingers free of frosting?
Do you eat yours with a spoon, served in a dish of milk?
...Or do you just dig in?
Can't wait to read your responses! A winner will be chosen at random shortly after the cake poll closes at noon (12 p.m. PST) on Friday, May 15.


Reader Comments (280)

I love to eat the bottom first and then the top, the best part!

May 15 | Unregistered CommenterReesie

oh sandwich style every time!

May 15 | Unregistered Commentertrishybee

I nibble around the rim of the cake/frosting. Then I'll lick the frosting off from the middle while taking bites from the bottom of the cupcake and then eat the rest when the frosting is gone.

May 15 | Unregistered Commenterlylpookie

I tear apart pieces at a time.

May 15 | Unregistered CommenterHannah

I actually eat them from the bottom and up XD you know "save the best part to the end" ^^

May 9 | Unregistered CommenterDina
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