Monday was my birthday. Now when you're presented with a birthday cake, you expect to see only your name. You don't expect anything else other than that and Happy Birthday, am I right?

Even NJ's Nazi dad Heath Hitler (formerly Heath Campbell until the legal name change) actually asked for his kid's real name on a birthday cake. Unfortunately this nutjob had legally named his kid Adolf Hitler and the bakery refused to write that, thus his infamy.

Anyway, my wife went to a bakery section and got a cake and felt awkward as hell asking for a peculiar thing to be written on it. She tried explaining to the woman that we are fans of the show Impractical Jokers and that she knew it was weird but that it was a joke. To make things more awkward for my wife the woman didn't speak English well so she really wasn't getting why this customer wanted something so stupid written on a cake.

Scroll down and see what was on my cake. Warning: if you're not a big fan of Impractical Jokers you'll have no idea what this means.

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Ah, here it is in all it's glory.

Jeff Deminski photo

It's the first time in my life I laughed out loud at a birthday cake. I'm not sure I would have had the guts to order something like this. That's true love! Thanks Aub!!!

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