Baker makes marijuana birthday cake, it was supposed to be 'Moana'

Woman receives 'marijuana' birthday cake after request for 'Moana' theme is misunderstood

Woman receives 'marijuana' birthday cake after request for 'Moana' theme is misunderstood

Walker, a mother of two, said once Davis' mother came to pick up the cake and explained it wasn't what she ordered, the store immediately apologized and offered to make a new cake. For her 25th birthday, Davis' mother chose to get her daughter a cake based on the film.

- The amusing "Moana" marijuana cake mix-up that went viral earlier this week didn't leave everyone laughing. The cake she received was weed-themed, with no Moana in sight.

Walker, a mother-of-two, told USA TODAY that she questioned the order, which her manager took down from the customer, but was told to make the cake.

When Kensli picked up the ice cream cake, it was instead decorated with a large cannabis leaf and a green "My Little Pony" horse smoking a spliff.

As of Friday afternoon, the post has been shared more than 14,000 times, with tickled commenters writing that they want a cake just like it. Davis says she believes the employee made an honest mistake.

Walker was offered her position back by a different Dairy Queen manager on Thursday, but she declined the offer because of how she was treated after the misunderstanding.

She said next year's cake will be less likely to involve a mix-up.

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"The lady who made my cake was apologetic and offered to make another one".

'She walked by as I decorated the cake. While she readily admits there was a mixup up with the order, she said an unnamed manager on duty also misheard the initial order.

'It was a mistake, ' she said. "(Because really I do)", Davis wrote in a Facebook post. "I'm just a 25-year-old who loves Disney movies who just found the good in a bad situation".

Walker said since Georgia is an "employment-at-will" state, she doesn't have many options other than to move on.

She says the first one was so good - and hilarious - she didn't take them up on it.

'It could been considered a learning experience.

She said she was told by Al Autry, who is one of the Dairy Queen's owners, that she couldn't be employed anymore. I would have accepted being written up.

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