Those of you who saw that post (and about a million people did; it was quite popular) saw it as being from Cake Wrecks' official page - my personal avatar is only up there because CW has more than one Page Admin.
So at least one of those million people saw the post and flagged it for nudity, because, as we all know, turkey cakes are naked. Except for the frosting feathers. They like the feel of the wind in their wattles, IF you knowwaddamean. [WINKWINK.]
[quickly googles "wattles" to make sure it means what I think it means. Yes? Phew! Ok, carry on.]
We've had cakes taken down on FB before for "nudity," and if memory serves they've always been turkey cakes, so maybe bakeries should take THAT as a hint. However, this was the first time I also got this notice when I tried to write something on my personal page:
Yep, I've been banned from posting ANYWHERE on Facebook for 24 hours - including Epbot. I also can't "like" or comment on anyone else's posts. It's like Facebook is making me stand in the corner as punishment. Over a Thanksgiving cake.
The extra stressful part, though, was that FB also oh-so-helpfully messaged all 4 of our Page Admins, told them how naughty I was, and then asked if they wanted FB to remove the Cake Wrecks Facebook page. So with a single "yes" click, any of us could have accidentally unpublished the page and lost over seven years' worth of work and followers. Over a Thanksgiving cake.
Actual conversation between John and one of our Page Admins:
Admin: "Hey, I've got this notice here... so should I unpublish the page like it wants?"
Then, after we each told Facebook that no, we did NOT want to delete the Cake Wrecks page, it got positively sulky (for a web program) and asked if it could at least delete our photos.
Facebook: "C'mon, just a couple photos. You won't even miss them! Maybe the ones with more 'nudity'? Eh? EH? OH COME ON THROW ME A BONE HERE."
So here I sit, banned, scolded, and relieved that the FB overlords have deigned to let me keep my livelihood and nearly eight long years' work for another day... starting tomorrow.
Say it with me now: Over a Thanksgiving cake.