Cake is particularly awesome when it’s decorated all fancy-shmancy, because it adds an extra oomph to any event.

It turns out there are tons of celebratory jokesters who enjoy turning special occasions into entertaining hooplas with a simple yet extremely effective tactic–cakes of the hilarious variety.

It might be a total appetite-killer, but the stuff is straight up funny (and sort of weird).

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  • Samoas Or Caramel deLites

    Samoas have been offered since the mid-1970s. They are the second most-popular Girl Scout cookie, no doubt thanks to the caramel-coconut-chocolate triple threat.

  • Do-Si-Dos Or Peanut Butter Sandwich

    Do-Si-Dos have an oatmeal cookie outside with a peanut butter inside. At Little Brownie Bakers, peanut butter cream is deposited on the Do-Si-Dos at the rate of 2,800 per minute.

  • Tagalongs Or Peanut Butter Patties

    Tagalongs are the third most popular cookie, and another one that has been around for many decades. They are among the top 10 best selling cookies in America. Tagalongs have a chocolate outside with a layer of peanut butter on the inside.

  • Thank U Berry Munch

    Thank U Berry Munch was a new cookie in 2010. Cranberries provide some tartness while white fudge chips add sweetness.

  • Lemonades

    Lemonades were introduced in 2006; they are a shortbread cookie with lemon icing.

  • Dulce De Leche

    The Dulce De Leche cookie has milk caramel chips. Dulce de leche, a popular Latin American dessert, is made by <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulce_de_leche" target="_hplink">heating sweetened milk</a>.

  • Savannah Smiles

    These lemony half-moons are dusted with a healthy helping of powdered sugar. Savannah Smiles are <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/09/savannah-smiles-girl-scout-cookies_n_1194158.html" target="_hplink">new for 2012</a>, but are very similar to Lemon Coolers, a retired cookie.

  • Thanks-A-Lot

    The Thanks-A-Lot cookies "speak" five different languages: English, French, Chinese, Swahili or Spanish. There is a layer of fudge at the bottom of this shortbread cookie; the cookies were introduced in 2006.

  • Trefoils Or Shortbread

    This shortbread cookie is shaped like the Girl Scouts' trefoil. Fancy that.

  • Shout Outs!

    Nothing like biting down on a Belgian-style caramelized cookie with encouraging words. These cookies were introduced last year and bear the words: Lead, Believe, Create, Build, Learn, Act, Change or Inspire.

  • Thin Mints

    Thin Mints are the top selling Girl Scout cookie. During peak baking times, Little Brownie Bakers bakes over 4.5 million Thin Mints per day.