Strawberry Shortcake is a famous cartoon character projected since 1981 smash hit Strawberry Shortcake in Big Apple City. It’s what made a lot of girls gay back then. Strawberry Shortcake hopped aboard a butterfly and made the trip to Big Apple City to face off in a televised bake off in Times Pear against the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak. The Purple Pieman employed various nefarious machinations to sabotage our sweet heroine’s chances at victory, but ultimately she emerged victorious through the power of friendship and fresh produce! It’s actually a romantic comedy celebrating the love between Strawberry Shortcake and Orange Blossom, whose first encounter in Sentimental Park rivals the New York City rom-com meet-cute gold standards perpetually set forth by by Meg Ryan. An earnest country girl struggles to find her way in the big city until she meets a Spinach Village artist who teaches her to believe in the power of her dreams, they take a turn about the park singing, “What’s your name / How’d you do? / You’re alone / I am too.” Strawberry Shortcake and Orange Blossom clasp hands and declare, “From now on, we’re a we.”

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