- An unnamed netizen messaged Bunny Baker on Facebook asking for a cake for her debut if she gets a certain amount of likes and comments
- Bunny Baker said no and shared a message on Facebook on why they did it
- This new fad has been going on in the Philippines, in exchange for dates and other goods
Bunny Baker in Quezon City has become famous online for their distinct bunny-designed pastries. This place is the dreamland of all little girls and even grown-ups because everything squeals cuteness from the little pastel bunny macaroon, latte with bunny art, and bunny chairs.
The entire ambiance is very sweet, light, and very homey. Being in there is like walking in a pink cloud with bouncing bunnies and a haven for all sweet-tooth guys out there.
Little did we know, that this simple and endearing local bakery and restaurant is a bad-ass online!
Recently, many Filipinos online have used the fad or scheme of getting things you can’t have or afford by using social media to their advantage. First, the person has to challenge someone on social media that if he gets a certain quota of likes, shares, and comments; he would get what he is asking for.
Next step is the person or entity being challenged must agree to the terms. If they agree, the person would seek help from his friends on social media posting a screenshot of their agreement. Normally, it would go viral to be able to reach the quota.
It has worked for people who wanted to score a date with their online crushes, for getting unlimited food for a day, and many more.
When Bunny Baker was asked by a netizen that if she gets 500 likes and 50 comments for a cake for her debut, the bakery replied with a shocking answer.
This may be the first time we’re seeing someone saying no outright to this kind of challenge. Bunny Baker shared it on their page and explained why they declined it.
According to them, making a custom cake takes “time and resources” that cannot be bought with “likes and shares” because they are of zero value.
They also said that they’re still a business and likes and shares cannot be converted to cash.