Charleston, South Carolina mom Cara Koscinski posted this photo on her Facebook page of a cake she ordered from Publix for her son's graduation party on May 19, 2018. The cake was supposed to include the Latin phrase "Summa Cum Laude" to represent "with the greatest distinction." But cake makers dashed out the Latin preposition for "with" because it appeared on a list of prohibited words.
Charleston, South Carolina mom Cara Koscinski posted this photo on her Facebook page of a cake she ordered from Publix for her son's graduation party on May 19, 2018. The cake was supposed to include the Latin phrase "Summa Cum Laude" to represent "with the greatest distinction." But cake makers dashed out the Latin preposition for "with" because it appeared on a list of prohibited words. Cara Koscinski Facebook
Charleston, South Carolina mom Cara Koscinski posted this photo on her Facebook page of a cake she ordered from Publix for her son's graduation party on May 19, 2018. The cake was supposed to include the Latin phrase "Summa Cum Laude" to represent "with the greatest distinction." But cake makers dashed out the Latin preposition for "with" because it appeared on a list of prohibited words. Cara Koscinski Facebook

Publix censors a smart word on a cake — because it looked dirty

May 22, 2018 09:42 AM