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Seven Amy's Baking Company Parodies in Video, Gifs, Memes and a Song (NSFW)

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We were there with front-row seats when all the drama began back in 2010. Since that time, when a local business owner totally flipped her shit over a negative Yelp review, the Amy's Baking Company drama has combusted and set off a national media firestorm.

See also: - Amy's Baking Company - A History of Kitchen Nightmares

And as with all human train wrecks that garner such large-scale attention, people have taken to the Internet to put their own spin on things. So now we present: seven Amy's Baking Company parodies in various social media and multimedia forms -- and unless you're allowed to drop f-bombs and make death threats at your place of employment, this is definitely not suitable for work.

Amy's Baking Company Parody Commercial

Quote: "Yelp shit, Reddit shit, every shit, come to here, I will f---ing show you all."

Crazy Amy's Baking Company Twitter account

"I AM WONDER WOMAN. I AM A GREAT CHEF, A GREAT WIFE, AND A GREAT MOM TO MY KIDS." Mee-yow!

and speaking of cats...

Amy Meow Mix Remix

Amy's "Real" Identity...


Crazy Amy's Baking Company Facebook

"I've always wanted my own slogan that best represents my restaurant. And I finally thought of one. Please tell me what you think: 'Amy's Baking Company, I take pride in ressling.'"

Sarah Palin's Take on Things:

Baking Bad meme

You can also hear an Amy's Baking Company dubstep remix with quotes taken from the show at this website.

If you haven't witnessed the insanity of the Amy's Baking Company Kitchen Nightmares episode, you can watch it (for now) below. And to get the entirety of Amy's Baking Company story you can read all of Chow Bella's coverage here.

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