Chicago Bakery Offers Custom Toilet Paper Cakes Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The toilet paper cake comes wrapped like a roll of real TP with a custom message.


Celebrating a birthday or anniversary while self-quarantined amid the coronavirus outbreak? There's a Chicago bakery that wants to help your cake truly commemorate the occasion.

TipsySpace, a bakery in Chicago's West Town neighborhood, offers custom cakes in the shape of toilet paper rolls that feed 10 to 15 people.

With a price tag of $100, the cake comes wrapped like a roll of TP with a custom message.

Dr. Emily Landon is the chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medicine, who moments after Pritzker issued the ordinance to take effect Saturday evening, took to the stand with a 7-minute-long speech that went viral after striking a chord for many individuals.

Choose from five types of cake -- Vanilla Cake Dense and Rich, Vanilla Cake Fluffy, Portilliosesque Chocolate Cake, Lemon Cake and Confetti Cake -- and three filling flavors -- Italian Buttercream, Chocolate Ganache and Cream Cheese Frosting.

Available for delivery or curbside pickup, the cake also comes with a complimentary roll of real toilet paper.

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