Lying in the Sun

The Baker Man

The Baker Man


Straight man Mr A. walks into my bakery shop:


Pat a Cake Pat a Cake baker's man.
Bake me a cake as fast as you can,
Pat it and prick and mark it with a 'K' & a 'G'
Then write on it, that you believe,
Kate, Gerry, and Clarence... the big Pink C.



Gay man Mr B walks into my bakery shop:


Pat a Cake Pat a Cake baker's man
Bake me a cake as fast as you can,
Pat it and prick it and mark it with a 'K' & a 'G'
Then write on it, that you believe,
Kate, Gerry, and Clarence...the big Pink C.


Would I write that message on a cake or elsewhere for Mr A or Mr B?

Not a snowball's chance in hell, would I, for either of them!

My refusal to make such a cake would not lie with the sexual orientation of clients, A or B

Live and let live, whatever rocks your socks, as far as I'm concerned as long as it isn't harming anyone...

The problem lies in the message - in the K, in the G, and the big Pink C!

No brainer for me this one.  

Danny our baker in question, has every right for whatever reason to refuse to decorate a cake in ways he does not agree with/wish to. 

He is not refusing to serve the client, nor refusing to bake a cake for the client...like all businesses, there is however a limit to the services which he is willing/able to provide.

To have met half way..?

Did the client get another bakery I wonder to meet his requirements?

Time to lighten the mood...great tune...great video...something for everyone, beefcake (if Sinatra can be referred to as such ) and if the old crooner doesn't blow your skirt up, doesn't flip your pancake, sure I spotted a bit of Rock cake in there...that might peel your banana!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1wEVPqFFCg



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19th May 2015
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