We're all busy people (I have to view that David Beckham ad again quite urgently) so let's get straight down to business.
"great look and taste"
"lovely yum yum"
"really lovely fresh flavour"
"loved the icing sugar leaves"
"very soft, nice decorations"
"very interesting to have this combination as cake"
"good texture and taste"
"lovely one, fresh, decorated, jolly good"
"its fab all round"
"I hate rhubarb, I love the cake, made me like rhubarb, liked the rustic presentation which suited the taste, sort of arts and crafts cake, William Morris style!"
Now there's an element of swings and roundabouts for me with these results. Regards the comments, I think "oh yeah" is THE best comment I have ever had for a cake. Genius. But "disappointing" cuts me to the quick. Is there a worse word than that? I think not. I'd prefer "crap" or "rubbish" to "disappointing".
And perversely, I find the unanimous 5 out of 5 for appearance totally galling. This is a direct result of that bloody stencil and I am still being taunted by the bestower (I can't even type his name). Normally, such high scores for appearance would have me giddy as a kipper, but in the circumstances, they are compromising my continued flouncing status. There's a word for it. Disappointing.