Or at least of the ones I've photographed (thanks Flickr). Requested by one of my top 5 cake eating companions @tinyotterpaws
  1. Caramel Sponge from the bakers in my hometown
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    Sponge cake, fresh cream, amazing caramel icing. This was my birthday cake a few years ago. It costs like £2.50 for an entire cake but now the bakers has closed and we can never have it again 😭
  2. Strawberry Shortcake, Osaka (Japan)
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    I shared this with my sister, which was stupid as it's the lightest cake ever.
  3. Easter Cake, Elgin (Scotland)
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    It had bunnies on it! And KitKats all round the side.
  4. Coconut Lime cake, Ulva (Scotland)
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    Two of my favourite flavours but mostly memorable because we'd spent the last hour following my dad on "a short walk around the island" that turned into a panicky LOST-style jungle chase with the ever-growing fear of missing the ferry back. But we made it with just enough time for cake on the seafront.
  5. Raspberry Chocolate brownie, Helensburgh (UK)
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    They sell these gigantic things a 2 minute walk from my house. I try not to think about it too often.