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So I got the idea to come out to my family via baked goods, cause who can be upset when theres food.

So in the middle of the night so that no one would know what I was doing I began to bake a batch a cupcakes.

At first everythings going great, Im being real careful not to be loud and wake anyone, but all of a sudden I realize there was no eggs.

Not a problem a banana could do just fine instead.


Things were going great again, until that is I realized I didnt have enough cocoa, I was beginning to panic just a little bit because it was too late to turn back.

I calmed myself down and I just went with it, so what if the cupcakes were only a little chocolate-y and tasted a bit like banana.

I put them I in the oven, I thought after that everything would be fine. I was wrong.


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I was about to start making some icing when I found out that I had absolutely no icing sugar.

I was certain that I was most definitely screwed, how was I supposed to spell Im a lesbian on some cupcakes without any icing.


Yet despite this I remained determined I found out that you can make some makeshift icing sugar with some corn starch and granulated sugar (thanks google).

The icing wasnt really all that icing like but I didnt really care at that point.

But yet again another ingredient was missing, great.


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I had no food colouring, after some thorough rummaging in the cupboards I found some kool aid mix that had been in the cupboard for who knows how long.

In the end I had slightly chocolate and slightly banana flavoured cupcakes with watermelon and strawberry flavoured faux icing.

The coming out went great but the cupcakes were nasty no one ate more than one of them.

So remember kids: check that you have all the proper ingredients before you make coming out cupcakes.


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