Big box chain Costco has eliminated a dinosaur birthday cake (above) from its bakery offerings after an Arizona mom complained that it promoted Satanism, reports The Frisky. According to Jessica Eckerdt of Queen Creek, she purchased the cake from Costco for her son’s birthday party and after lighting the candles and preparing to sing “Happy Birthday,” noticed the legs and feet of the blue and green dinosaur looked like the number “666,” the Sign of the Beast.
In an email to Costco she wrote: “I was extremely shocked and upset to see a demonic symbol written clear as day on my six-year-old son’s birthday cake. What was supposed to be a whimsical dinosaur became something very distasteful. I was extremely surprised at Costco for allowing such an inappropriate joke be sold to an unsuspecting victim.”
Although there was no evidence that the popular discount retailer was attempting to indoctrinate children into the ways of Satan, the company has pulled the whimsical cake from it website and retail locations.
What's a "boomer snowflake"? That's a disrespectful term I've never heard before.
I hope that wasn't a slur against baby boomers, born after World War II and before 1965, because that's what I am. Also, I checked and Jessica Eckerdt, the woman who made the fuss about the cake, was born in 1983, which would make her a Millennial. Millennials are born from 1981 through 1996.