guys. girls. planktons. i don't even know where to begin on this one.
the anus is as good of a place as any, i guess.
for fans of grey's, you might have noticed that season 10 was the "year of the butt." we told a lot of stories about colons and butthole surgeries and rectal cancers. a lot of that is thanks to our good friend, dr. ruby, who had quite a passion for telling stories all up in those parts of the human anatomy.
beauty is in the eye of the butthole, they always say.
probably the most memorable of dr. ruby's stories came in the penultimate episode of last season, in which she pitched the "megnetic sphincter." you see, dr. ruby is from wisconsin (go badgers!), and she said a lot of words in a weird way... "megnet" instead of "magnet." where you and i might say "bag," she said "beg." where i might say "something fun to do in my spare time," dr. ruby would say "prostate exam."
back to the magnets.
there is a magnetic bracelet-like device that is used on the esophagus to help patients with acid reflux. basically, the magnetic beads keep the food from coming back up. for our story, we put these magnetic power beads on the rectum to keep all the icky stuff from coming out the poop chute just for funsies.
because it was one of dr. ruby's proudest story pitches, i thought there would be no better way to send her back to wisconsin than with a cake depicting her magnetic sphincter and, of course, an anus.
i can say, it's the most medically involved a cake has ever been. it's also the most disgusting and heinous thing to ever exist on a baked good. dr. ruby was always pushing me past my comfort zone. a job well done, my friend, well done.
TOTAL DECORATING TIME: 2 hours + it is my bed time. i'm too tired to come up with something here.