Arriving one by one, the young boys stopped to admire the Gengar cake and then their palms reached out to touch the Pokémon Cake Pop Stand to give the pokéball a moment of reverential silence. Snatching Pikachu Peeps from the crown of the pokéball, the boys all gathered around in wonderment.
The Pokémon pilgrimage continued until one wide-eyed boy with awe in his voice looked up at me and asked, ‘Is that a real Poké Ball?’
Yeah, I know. As a GlamMa with a warped sense of humor, this was an invitation to really up my Pokémon game.
Seriously, some of these guys still believe in Santa.
What was a GlamMa to do? I was stuck somewhere between a Pokéball and the Great Ball in Pokémon land with the Pokémon Cake Pop Stand.
Luckily for me, I was swiped by a Pokémon berry when the sugar from the Pikachu Peeps began to surge through the dudes’ bloodstreams and then someone outside shouted in glee, ‘Bouncy house, bouncy house!!’
Saved by a Bounce-Bounce.
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