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I love my wife, she's as geeky as i am, and willing to embrace our inner geeks. She made this cake for my friend's 30th birthday.
What drives me mad is that i can't hand paint the Samm-Hain logo to save my life, and she can do it in icing
Anyway, had to share this with fellow W40K players.
It says (approximately, according to the eldar english dictionary)
We honor wes' 30th birthday
For his birthday? 2000 point 2 on 2 game of city fight where the eldar held the day against allied Space Marines and Grey knights.
Are those models or sugar replicas =D
Originally Posted by swntzu
Dude I so envy you! I wish I could find a good woman who can bake and write in eldar with icing!!
PS - Happy B-day!
Last edited by Katie Drake; September 7th, 2007 at 19:46.
I hear voices...and they don't like you!
I think that's awesome man. Nothing like a themed cake for your birthday.
Your wife didn't make that, you did, just to make us think you had the perfect woman.
If you call it a Missile launcher, then it'll never hit anything.
100% of people who aren't Karmoon know Saraneth is invincible.
That's just brilliant! A nice difference to all the "Wife vs. 40K" threads that came up when I looked at this one!
Maybe you should try painting the runes onto your miniatures in icing, seeing as your wife can do it so easily; Only trouble is you then may need to try and explain to your playing partner why you keep licking the miniatures...
That is fantastic I must say! This is what one should aspire to i guess...
-lurking in the shadows of LO.
Officially diagnosed by TekoreMelkhior, Necrarch Lord
Haha, that's awesome dude.
How did she learn the Eldar writing!?
AGLOCO - Earn money by browsing the internet!Originally Posted by Krevzi and Me
They are actual models that she plucked from my collection. She even cut out little wax paper circles so she didn't get icing in the bases
eldar writing was found through the use of an english eldar dictionary online. I'm sure google would let you know where it is.
And yes. Many, many people have told me i'm the luckiest man alive. and i am. (not only that, she plays more video games then i do, worked at a comic store until just recently, and is going to be an elementary school teacher! Oh and she's painting some 1000 sons 'cause she liked the egyptian theme)