A birthday gift is about to become the talk of the internet.

A cake featuring Jojo, one of the most popular anime characters of all time, has become the toast of the social media world after it was featured on Facebook.

The cake was a collaboration between the Japanese social networking giant and the popular anime series, the company said.

Jojo’s Birthday Cake is a celebration of Jojo and his birthday, which is celebrated in the anime series.

“When I was a child, Jojo was my favourite character and my favourite part of my childhood.

He was a good guy, he was a tough guy and he was super sweet and he did things for everyone that you wouldn’t expect him to do,” said Ashley Glynn, one-third of the comedy duo the Glynn Twins, which has a popular Facebook page.

“We always tried to make a cake with as much heart as possible.”

The cake, which features Jojo as the cake bearer, is decorated with a Japanese maple leaf motif, a Japanese leaf embroidered on the cake, a rose and a Chinese lantern, and has a “love song” by a Japanese artist.

“This is a dream come true for me.

The whole world is talking about Jojo.

People are so excited to share their memories of the show,” said Glynn.

“It’s so amazing how many people are so inspired by the cake.”

A photo of the cake with the anime logo has more than 7,000 likes on Facebook and the group is now celebrating its launch.

“I’m super excited to be a part of it and it’s so good to see how many amazing people have been sharing the experience with us,” said Jen Farrar, who created the cake and is an animator.

“My only hope is that this is a big deal for anime fans worldwide.”

Jojo is a Japanese boy who is the main protagonist of the Japanese anime series Jojo (Jojo, The Boy Who Lived).

It was first broadcast in 1969, and is one of many popular anime shows.

“Jojo’s birthday cake is so good that I thought I’d share it with you,” said Farral.

“The cake itself is really cool, and it has been a great project for me to be part of.”

Farrary, who has been working on the series since 2011, says the cake has been receiving lots of love online.

“A lot of people have commented on the fact that it’s really popular online, and the people who have commented are all really into it,” she said.

“They’re very into the cake itself and they’re really excited to celebrate their favorite anime characters.”

The Glynn twins also collaborated with a group of Japanese artists to create the cake.

They’re using traditional Japanese craftsmanship and are hoping to sell it in Japan in the next few months.

“There’s definitely a lot of Japanese culture in it, and I think it’s great to have it brought to the world,” said Jens Farrars, who is a freelance cartoonist and animator, and who has also been working with the Glynns on the project.

“This is something really special for me and for the Glyns, and we’re really proud of it.”

“We’re so proud to have this cake to celebrate Jojo,” said one of Glynn’s partners, Kim Farras.

“If people want to buy it, we’ll do that.

We’re happy to make it available for everyone, but we just want it to be as big as possible for as many people as possible,” she added.

“People really want to celebrate and they love it.

They love the idea that this really cool thing can help a bunch of people celebrate their birthday.”

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