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Periodic Table of Cupcakes

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Categorized into basics/fruit/nature/holiday/kids' faves.

Although it's really not periodic - the "table" appears to arranged for pleasing aesthetics, and fails to capitalize on any similarities on the vertical axis. I guess their art director didn't pay attention in basic chem. (Yeah, I have a similar criticism about the competing "beeriodic table" t-shirt designs, only one of which "gets it")

http://www.womansday.com/Articles/Food/Rec...f-Cupcakes.html

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Categorized into basics/fruit/nature/holiday/kids' faves.

Although it's really not periodic - the "table" appears to arranged for pleasing aesthetics, and fails to capitalize on any similarities on the vertical axis. I guess their art director didn't pay attention in basic chem. (Yeah, I have a similar criticism about the competing "beeriodic table" t-shirt designs, only one of which "gets it")

http://www.womansday.com/Articles/Food/Rec...f-Cupcakes.html

I know of only one person in this entire world who is capable of first finding a cupcake periodic table, and then dissecting its lack of scientific integrity.

Ladies and gentleman, allow me to introduce the one, the only...ol ironstomach!

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^ Come on. Everyone knows that the cupcakes grouped in the first column should all have had apples in them. :P

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The Periodic Table of Desserts seems to adhere a little more closely to periodicity of groups -- the sweeteners all in the first column, and dairy fats (plus some others) all in the noble gases column (are they stabilizers? not really ... hmmm ...)

I also enjoy the molecular structure diagrams of specific desserts, below the table. :(

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Categorized into basics/fruit/nature/holiday/kids' faves.

Although it's really not periodic - the "table" appears to arranged for pleasing aesthetics, and fails to capitalize on any similarities on the vertical axis. I guess their art director didn't pay attention in basic chem. (Yeah, I have a similar criticism about the competing "beeriodic table" t-shirt designs, only one of which "gets it")

http://www.womansday.com/Articles/Food/Rec...f-Cupcakes.html

Agreed. The elegance of the Periodic Table of Elements is the way that elements are grouped in both columns and rows by increasing atomic weight. I might put chocolate based products being placed on the metal side of the table, with vanilla on the nonmetal. Also, with increasing number on the table they might also do increasing "weight" or complexity.

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I know of only one person in this entire world who is capable of first finding a cupcake periodic table, and then dissecting its lack of scientific integrity.

Ladies and gentleman, allow me to introduce the one, the only...ol ironstomach!

Not Sigmund Freud?

Oh, sorry, that's the idiotic table.

If I have to explain this joke it won't be funny.

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