Koscinski complained and received a refund and a Publix gift card. From stealing the declaration of independence to transforming into a motorcycle-riding demon with a fire-engulfed skull, Nicolas Cage's starring roles have been…perplexing. His latest film, Grand Isle, doesn't appear to stray from that pattern.
His mom, Cara Koscinski planned a graduation party for her year-old son and ordered a cake from Publix for the big occasion. Koscinski ordered the cake online and provided the information she wanted on the cake. She wanted it to say "Congrats Jacob!
Graduating from high school is a notable achievement, and graduating with honors is even more of an accomplishment. But one student's family tried to celebrate his graduating with highest distinction, and ended up with a cake for the ages. The story should be straightforward: Ordering a grocery store cake isn't exactly a complicated process, and it's fair to think that supermarkets are probably making a ton of graduation cakes right now.
Saturday was Jacob Kosinski's big day. His whole family, many from out of town, saw the Charleston, South Carolina, student graduate from his Christian-based homeschool program with a 4. His mother, Cara Koscinski organized a graduation party for her year-old son.
Cara Koscinski just wanted a nice dessert for her son's graduation party. What she received was a cake that she says prompted "total embarrassment" and multiple conversations about the alternative meaning of the Latin word "cum. In a Facebook post shared Sunday, Koscinski of South Carolina shared photos of a cake she'd ordered from her local Publix supermarket.
A cake "correction" at a South Carolina Publix led to awkward conversations at a recent graduation party, a mother said. A South Carolina woman received a refund after the cake she ordered for her Summa Cum Laude graduate was censored by a Publix grocery store. Koscinski's son's grade point average was 4.
A "summa cum laude" cake ordered online by a proud Charleston, South Carolina, mom for her graduating son was delivered with part of the inscription censored after it was deemed a "profanity" by the cake maker. Cara Koscinski had organized a special party to celebrate that her son, Jacob Koscinski, had graduated summa cum laude from his Christian-based home-school with a 4. She wanted to mark the occasion with a cake featuring a custom message that read "Congrats Jacob!
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Cara says her son Jacob worked really hard for his 4. So I redid it because I didn't know what word would be censored. And it still didn't accept it because it had the three letters, C-U-M in it," Koscinski says.