Sharing isn't such a hassle when each guest is assured their very own Kit Kats with their slice of cake. No fighting, except maybe over the spilled m&ms skittering off the table.
As an American, I'm not super familiar with the traditional high tea ritual. Once for a bachelorette party I had tea at the Bellagio with a bunch of fancy ladies. We had champagne and lots of tiny delicious foods. This cake would have been a gaudy yet not unwelcome addition.
The most uncomfortable throne ever, made into the least cake-like cake I've ever seen. In a way, it all comes together to be one of the coolest cakes I've seen in a while. And it makes me want to go home and read and drink tea because I'm only about 200 pages into "A Clash of Kings" and need some serious time with the Starks and Lannisters.
Do you miss your bear neighbors while they hibernate? I know it would be nice to have them around all the time, but we need to let their sweet faces sleep. We can bide the time by making foods in their likeness. There, don't you feel better?