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1.
Non-Eastern Europeans;

When the sweep of immigrants from Italy, Hungary, Germany and many other European nations hit Canada, a lot of the men would go work on construction sites. They would work side-by-side with the well-established first, second and third generation Irish, Scottish and other Non-European Canadians. At lunch, the Europeans would take out the big honkin' sandwiches their mothers or wives made for them, while their Non-European counterparts took out their biscuits, muffins and little cakes. Therein followed lots of laughs and jests in foreign languages, and 'mangicake' was born: He Who Eats Cake.

"He EATS, but it's only cake". (emphasis on 'eat' spoken in italian, and 'cake' spoken in english).
(In Italian): "Look at the Mangicake, his wife sends him to work hungry! We should share our meals with him and make him strong!"
by Lexi O December 06, 2007
 
2.
Non-Eastern Europeans;

When the sweep of immigrants from Italy, Hungary, Germany and many other European nations hit Canada, a lot of the men would go work on construction sites. They would work side-by-side with the well-established first, second and third generation Irish, Scottish and other Non-European Canadians. At lunch, the Europeans would take out the big honkin' sandwiches their mothers or wives made for them, while their Non-European counterparts took out their biscuits, muffins and little cakes. Therein followed lots of laughs and jests in foreign languages, and 'mangicake' was born: He Who Eats Cake.

"He EATS, but it's only cake". (emphasis on 'eat' spoken in italian, and 'cake' spoken in english).
(In Italian): "Look at the Mangicake, his wife sends him to work hungry! We should share our meals with him and make him strong!"
by Lexi O December 06, 2007
 
3.
acting like you italian when your really not
sean mangicake connolly
by rochelle helmer October 31, 2010