‘Sounds like a cry for help’

Though there’s nothing wrong with adding personal touches to your wedding decor, this cake may have been a bit too realistic. 

TikToker @leosometimes shared footage of an unconventional cake topper that has social media users wondering what the newlyweds were thinking when they selected it.

Atop the gorgeous, pristinely decorated white cake sat a figure of the groom hunched over in a chair playing video games. Behind him, a figure of the bride looked on — fancy white dress and all. 

According to Newsweek, the game is Call of Duty: Warzone.

It’s not exactly the portrait of romance that wedding guests might expect at this kind of event. The husband’s figurine captured a carefree vibe slouched in his chair, while the wife’s figurine glared at him, presumably annoyed.

Though many of the comments on the TikTok post are in Spanish, the video also racked up tons of comments on Instagram two weeks later. 

“Imagine embarrassing yourself in front of all your guests with that,” one user wrote.

“Saddest wedding cake I’ve ever seen,” another said.

“Seems like a cry for help to me,” a third replied.

Is the cake proof of a good sense of humor, or is it a depressing reflection on the state of the couple’s relationship? Only the newlyweds know for sure.

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