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The Depressed Cake Shop

"I don't know how to bake, my friend.... but I can help to promote this program through my blog and FB..."  Hope this helps....

Ladies and gentlemen, if you can spare some time off this coming Sunday 12th January 2014 between 10am till 6pm, please come by to the Burps and Giggles in Jalan Sultan Yussuf, Ipoh.

Please come and support The Ipoh Depressed Cake Shop either by donating a/some cakes or if you are not into baking like me, you can come by to buy some homemade cakes!

All proceeds will go to the Ipoh Befrienders and the Perak Palliative Care Society.... for more details, please visit www.facebook.com/IpohDepressedCakeShop.  See you there!! 

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  1. All for a worthy cause. Go! Go!

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  2. What a great idea. Unfortunately, I won't be popping by from England. I wish I could buy some homemade cakes too. I used to bake when I was younger, but not any more. I wish them every success. Visiting from I AM A BLOGGER http://bit.ly/JBC6am

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    1. I am sure you will, Francene... anyway, thanks for your thought...

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  3. Wish i can come and support :(

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    1. Yes, hope you can... you love desserts, right!!

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  4. Hmm, what an interesting name, depressed cake shop....

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    1. Bringing the awareness of depressed people..

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  5. I saw the advertisement when I was at the Missing Marbles last Sunday. It's a worthy cause.

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  6. Calling everyone!!!....come & support. For the good deeds.

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  7. Well done. Support them. They really need it.

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  8. first comes to mind..what a weird name

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    1. Yeah, that makes people take a second look...

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  9. Haha. Very interesting name. Depressed cake. Lol.

    All the best this Sunday!!

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  10. Wish I can help, but I'm way too far...

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