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25th February 1955: A sponge birthday cake has chocolate icing and five candles. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)

A woman in Georgia asked Dairy Queen to make a birthday cake for her 25-year-old daughter, who loves the Disney movie “Moana.”  But they thought she said marijuana.  So the cake had a big pot leaf on it, and a My Little Pony smoking a joint.  Luckily they thought it was funny.  The daughter thinks it happened because her mom has a thick southern accent.

“I guess when they said that I love cartoons, they were just like, ‘Let’s throw a little pony on there.’ It had red eyes. It was smoking a joint with a tramp stamp of a pot leaf on it’s bottom,” said Davis.

Davis did eat the cake but not before she posted the picture on Facebook. It went viral with more than 11,000 shares.

“I was very impressed by the artistic capabilities of them to be able to do the design that they did,” said Davis.

Milledgeville woman orders 'Moana' cake, gets marijuana design

A miscommunication resulted in an unusual birthday cake for a Milledgeville woman. Kensli Davis is a huge fan of Disney's animated movie, "Moana." When her mother ordered a cake for the celebration, they were surprised to see the cake decorated with marijuana.