Hmm, and here I just posted about the game in a separate topic... :D
I will still join your discussion as well.
I’ve been thinking about it and I think it’s actually a healthy thing that there are conversations about Cake on Cake.
In a way, we are following people on Cake. The way we get to know the characters in this forum is across a variety of different conversations. I’ve learned things about Steve Jobs from @Chris in a conversation that didn’t start out having anything to do with him. I found out today that @lidja and I have both worked in the nonprofit sector. But like a party filled with both familiar and strangers, there are going to be lulls in the conversation. So what do you when that happens at a party? Stare at your shoes for ten minutes? No, you avoid the awkward silence by quickly turning to a safe topic, one you can chat amicably about until a more interesting one comes to mind. Or the safe topic turns out to be of significant interest to the group so you enjoy the significant time spent discussing it. Either way, talking about 🎂 on 🎂 is a good thing.