Grocery omits Latin word due to its similarity to profanity

A family is moving on after an omission on a cake had them laughing during their son's graduation party.
1:39 | 05/22/18

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The signs of a graduation party are still left around the howls of the Kaczynski family. Jake and graduated Saturday with the highest honors from a Christian based home schooling program so his mom ordered a cake. He did not know we are getting a cake because he's not a big cake eater. So he we're off cleaning there to waiting to see it and when we opened it it was perhaps. Huge. Shocked. Care Kaczynski explained how she ordered the three quarter inch sheet cake on lying through public's. But when she requested the bay Cree include Jacobs honor. She was alerted propane or special character is more to lout. Kera clarified her request with special instructions. The bucks I think censored me. And this is the web's that you refer to for the Latin term for Zuma who lot which means with highest honors. Karen said when her husband to pick up the cake from public's on Savannah highway and main broad he didn't know the bakery omitted the middle Latin word. It was replaced with hyphen. It's the key experience was kind of frustrating humiliating because I had to explain to my friends and family. Like what that meant and they were giggling uncontrollably. It was my friends were. The Kaczynski said a manager from public's apologized. And offered a refund. For now they're nibbling on the left over dessert and looking forward to Jacobs freshman year at Wingate University. It's fine for us to be compensated for the cake we're just happy that our son graduated school in. Has a bright future.

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