We're all suckers for a really good slice o' chocolate cake. We're thinking nice and moist, a chocolate fudge icing, plenty of it, swilled down with a glass of milk (full fat, obvs).
And for the ambience? We'd love it after a long, brisk walk that we took post-Sunday Lunch; hungry enough to eat it, stomach stretched enough to squeeze in a second slice.
Not everyone agrees with us, however, on how a choccy cake is best enjoyed. Some may say it's best on birthdays, others with earl grey at a tea garden, some even suggest it's best eaten opposite the President of China whilst missiles are homing in on the Middle East.
You read that right. Donald Trump has spilled the beans on where he was when his Syria-bound missiles were ready for the off.
If this wasn't tone-deaf enough (it is tone-deaf enough though... the missiles reportedly killed six Syrian soldiers and nine civilians, including four children) he also seemed to forget where the missiles were heading.
Yep, Trump, probably distracted by the thought of that delicious cake, misspoke and said the missiles were on their way to Iraq, and then the interviewer interjected to remind him about the whole Syria thing.
Remember Syria Donald? The place your daughter got upset about, so you bombed them? Yeah, that Syria.
And obviously the internet quickly stood in to make Marie Antoinette comparisons.
To complain about the image of Donald guzzling down death cake.
And plan their next move.
The upside for the Trump administration is that this cake gaff might distract everyone from that time when Sean Spicer thought that Hitler didn't use chemical weapons on his own people.