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48 comments to “Paris Hilton's Stolen Birthday Cake Donated To Homeless Shelter!”



  1. 1

    My thoughts? YurAhomo!



  2. 2

    Qu'ils mangent du GATEAU (cake)
    Brioche = Bun (e.g. cinnamon bun)



  3. 3

    ha, cool, that's action-art!



  4. 4

    perez i love you to death but it wasn't marie antoinette who said it! It was Mme. Pompadour !



  5. 5

    nice! good on him

  6. Sam90 says – reply to this


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    hello, I dont really care for Paris, I just wanted to point out that in reality Marie-Antoinette never said these words, wich could be translated to 'let them eat cake', whenn talking about the hungry paysans who were protesting, its a completely false story.
    Anyways, in anothger subject Perez, I would be happy if you NEVER again post stuff about politics, this used to be exclusevly about Gossip and thats why your web site is a…guilty pleasure. Plus, PLEASE stop posting so much about Gaga. Thank you in advance.



  7. 7

    Yes sirr! Love you Paz :)



  8. 8

    That is so awesome. It probably made the homeless people's day. Also, why is anyone even talking about Paris? She doesn't contribute anything of substance to hollywood.



  9. 9

    how about, let's eat the rich?!



  10. 10

    a cake and a bun are two very diferent things! (regarding the translation you decided to use in frnech) so pless stop perpetrating the myth Marie Antionette said let them eat cake!!!!



  11. 11

    I can't get enough of this whole stolen cake story.
    Paz rocks!



  12. 12

    good those homeless people deserve it more than that skank spoiled rich girl name paris hilton.

  13. sanaa says – reply to this


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    A true modern day Robin Hood!



  14. 14

    um, there was absinthe in the batter….great thing to feed homeless people



  15. 15

    Because it's so entirely appropriate to give a stolen cake to a homeless shelter. Especially one made with alcohol.



  16. 16

    she never said that. the end.



  17. 17

    #1 You stole my line.
    #2 in the hands of ms. hilton this cake would have never ended up feeding anyone .
    #3 there is no way Paris paid for this cake, not one dime. it was donated for pr, or bought by some fool who thought, foolishly, that she was impressable. no one lost, in fact the cake more than served it's intended purpose, ie, bring more attention to itself. I say bravo paz.



  18. 18

    The problem is, this is a homeless shelter! They don't allow the drunks to come in with booze because they are drunks~!

    That cake was loadedddddddd with good ole' BOOZE!!



  19. 19

    Talk about a "Let Them Eat Cake" moment.

    this story is both annoying and vulgar.



  20. 20

    Next it will be "EAT THE RICH."



  21. 21

    LMAO Robin Hood



  22. 22

    Very cool



  23. 23

    AAAAARRRRRGGGGG!!!! I FREAKING LOVE IT….This is the best story that I have heard in a good while.



  24. 24

    Even though stealing is wrong, that's awesome with what he did with it. Lets face it, Paris is rich and can afford luxeries like this. Those people who actually got to eat the cake don't.



  25. 25

    Marie Antoinette never said "let them eat cake". It was all a rumor to make the women who were protesting her make them look better.



  26. 26

    That's wonderful!

    Sad that they had to steal it from that spoiled princess for it to be used for something good like this. It's been reported that she planned to simply throw it away.



  27. 27

    I think it is amazing!! Nothing like steeling from the rich and giving to the poor!! I'm sure Paris Hilton would agree too!! Good on you Paz



  28. 28

    Amazing!! love, love, love it!! Good for you Paz!!



  29. 29

    is it still okie to eat the cake afer so many days???
    just wondering



  30. 30

    cake=gateau



  31. 31

    I love it — I wonder if Paris realizes just how privileged and spoiled she is.



  32. 32

    KUDOS FOR THE CREATIVE P.R. TALE…



  33. 33

    Um… wasn't this cake make with absynthe?



  34. 34

    Because alcohol never cooks out of anything, which is why you get wrecked from eating penne a la vodka. (the reason rum cake gets you drunk is because it is soaked in rum, not that there's rum in the batter. 32 comments and no one cooks!)



  35. 35

    thats good. paris wouldnt give a nickel to the homeless.



  36. 36

    Funny how you thought this was despicable now you think its hilarious.



  37. 37

    Qu'ils mangent du gâteau is correct for the saying "Let them eat cake" which was NOT said by Marie Antoinette.



  38. 38

    i,m sure paris does realise how priviledged she is. i.m priviledged too and get reminded constantly.



  39. 39

    YAY!! Good for PAZ!!



  40. 40

    marie antoinette never said "let them eat cake"!!



  41. 41

    Re: missadrii23 – true it was not Marie Antionette who said it, however nor was it Jeanne Antionette Poisson (Mme Pompadour), actually I'm sure it wasnt ever even atrributed to her seeing as the rumor in its day atrributed it to "a great princess"about 100 years before Marie's time also a bit too long to be Mme Pompadour wouldnt you say? however the only direct accout attributing the phrase to anyone put it to Marie Therese - Louis the XIV's spanish wife.
    amoung other subsequent women to be accused of say it were 2 of the Mesdames Tantes (louis the XVI's aunts) Sophie & Victoire

  42. @v@ says – reply to this


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    I hope the homeless enjoyed their $100.00 bucks a piece cake, considering they priced the thing at 3400.00, lol. This is fitting.

  43. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: razzlebazzle – Antoinette's reputation as an indulgent socialite is difficult to shake, but it appears to be unwarranted and is a reminder that history is written by the victors. There's no evidence of any kind that Marie-Antoinette ever uttered those words or anything like them, and
    the phrase, in as much as it can be shown to be associated with the French nobility, can be interpreted in other ways, for example, it could have either ironic or even a genuine attempt to offer cake to the poor as an alternative to the bread that they couldn't afford. She was known to have said "It is quite certain that in seeing the people who treat us so well despite their own misfortune, we are more obliged than ever to work hard for their happiness". Nevertheless, the French revolutionaries thought even less of her than we do today and she was guillotined to death in 1793 for the crime of treason. (-The Phrase Finder)



  44. 44

    NICE!!!!!!
    i bet Paris will have him arrested and they'll throw him in jail for years.
    Paris does coke, and a whole bunch of other stupid things and she gets NOTHING. Super!



  45. 45

    Re: Christina Polo
    Doesn't the alcohol content dissapear once the batter cooks?



  46. 46

    Re: Emilie13 – thank you I thought I wasn't translating correctly. I love brioche and I have never referred to it as " cake".



  47. 47

    Re: Zoey75 – I thought absinthe ( the real stuff) was illegal in the states and couldnt really be found….. not that I'd drink the stuff… I like my eyesight just fine the way it is….



  48. 48

    That is just the best story ever. Paris better not throw a hissy about it, because if I was her this would give me a serious reason to rethink what I do with my life, so I hope it does the same to her :)