Georgetown, the capital's capital for all things cupcake, never fails to deliver varied and amusing scenes. Today, Baked and Wired asserted on their storefront placard that "Cupcakes are God." Overstated maybe, but, insightful, right? Not for one passerby--seemingly not 100% with it--who took extreme umbrage to this theological assertion. Yelling to no one and everyone as he walked up and down the street, this gentleman exclaimed that cupcakes may be "good - G - O - O - D, but they ain't God." To bolster his argument, he stated that he had taken communion at the cathedral this morning and it was not in the form of a cupcake. His rant, repeated multiple times, ended with an emphatic "HA!"
But might he be onto something? Never have I found my master's in theological studies a useful tool for my food blogging, but given the ever-increasing lines at the cupcake shops in Georgetown and the myriad of churches in the neighborhood that go half full each Sunday, perhaps dolling out cupcakes (mini ones to be economical of course) could be a win-win for filling empty pews? Sacrilege, I know, but frankly, not a bad idea.
In other news, Baked and Wired is offering "Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes" in celebration of St. Patrick's Day on March 17th. But if you can't wait until then, Sprinkles brings more sweetness to the Georgetown cupcake madness on March 3rd. So, HA!