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brooklynbound brooklynbound 26-30, F 13 Answers Jul 24, 2012

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cos, brooklynbound,<br />
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once you have eaten it<br />
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................................ then you can no longer have it<br />
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.................................................................................. it's gone<br />
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is that a conundrum for you?<br />
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respect, from robbie

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exactly.

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and...
It is really written backwards. "You can't eat your cake and have it too." is a little easier to understand.
And if you still don't get it...picture a little girl crying after eater her cake because her cake is gone.

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but I know how to bake more cake lol

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and that would then be a different cake... and you would be trying to replace that which you had destroyed - an impossible task.

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You wouldn't If I made it :)

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I burnt the last cake I made

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aww I'd still eat it

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Exactly!!

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The first time I heard that phrase was when my mother accused bisexuals as lustful creatures who just wanted to have their cake and be eaten too. I think the phrase means to that a person is greedy enough to have their cake(desire) both ways in which they take too much of it for granted! Just my opinion.

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the taste of forbidden fruit

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Personally, I think it would make more sense if the ex<x>pression was *You can't eat your cake and have it, too.*<br />
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Because you can have your cake, and then eat it; but you can't eat your cake and still have it.

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but why can't people just share their cake.. or go buy more cake...

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I share all the time, and bake cake too.

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Well as if a cake useful for anything else but filling my stomach with sugary happiness, peeps be wack.

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I've never quite understood that phrase either. <br />
I always thought it might have something to do with Marie Antoinette when she said, "Let them eat cake."

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You don't like the phrase? Or what it means?

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I like cake

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