(Photo credit: Cara Koscinski Facebook Post)
In a Facebook post shared Sunday, Cara Koscinski of South Carolina shared photos of a cake she'd ordered from her local Publix supermarket.
Though the cake was meant to read, "Congrats Jacob! Summa Cum Laude class of 2018," she was surprised to see the word "Cum" — Latin for "with"; slang for... (you know) — replaced with dashes.
Her post also shows a photo of the online order form where Publix determined her use of "cum" counted as "profane" language. She even made comments to explain the word in the special instructions section, but whoever iced the cake didn't get the message.