Comments ranged from "I can hear your guests judging" to "This is the cutest cake ever I'm obsessed."
"The words say they don't care, the caramel says they do," wrote one commenter on the viral post.
The lifelike cake sculpture of Queen Elizabeth II prompted one TikTok user to suggest creator Lara Mason should go on Netflix's "Is It Cake?"
"I think it is weird and not in good taste but for a lot of people, it is ancient history," said one commenter on the viral post.
Most TikTok viewers blasted the company, calling its joke "tasteless," "tone deaf" and "disgusting."
"Wow, super passive aggressive, unless you both have off-beat senses of humor," one comment read.
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The cake arrived an hour and a half late and, as one viewer put it, was "not even CLOSE" to the one she paid $250 for.
In addition to making a new cake for the client, the baker also re-purposed the original cake that she made.
The woman said that she spent under $250 on both her cake and all the flowers when planning for her nuptials.
"They come in prebaked on a freezer truck and then they sit in the freezer until you place an order," the TikToker said.
Many commenters complimented the TikToker's decorating skills and sent her words of encouragement.
He accused his ex, who runs a bakery business, of being "rude and unreasonable" by refusing service to the woman he had an affair with.
The husband and father wrote: "I just needed one thing to myself without hurting feelings and making someone cry."
"I have been feeling down lately and thought that maybe a birthday cake would uplift my mood," the man wrote.
The European Court of Human Rights decided not to hear the case because activist Gareth Lee did not "exhaust domestic remedies" for the situation.
The 33-year-old woman wanted to be taken to an expensive restaurant and tuck into a cake bought from a shop.
The video left TikTok viewers confused as well as hungry, with one commenting: "My heart is broken but I still want it in my mouth."
"If that was my kid, knowing it was a dangerous nut allergy, I'd have watched her like a hawk to make sure she didn't have cake," one commenter wrote.
"This one actually hurt me. Well played," wrote one commenter about the 'python cake.'
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Tatum Parden has horrified viewers with her creation, but says she's planning on doing a "whole raw turkey for Christmas."
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Within the fine print of Peacock's user agreement is a chocolate cake recipe, proving that everything really is a cake.
The PETA photo comes as the cake meme has enjoyed great popularity, with videos of cakes made into everyday items and being cut in two.