I don't like canned frosting, so when time permits, I make my own. A couple weeks ago, I made a killer cream cheese frosting. Last week, I wanted to make an equally killer vanilla frosting. The recipe calls for extra milk to make the frosting more spreadable. I wanted to add a dash more vanilla.
Since I like to just eyeball my measure, I started to tip the bottle, I made my dash, went to tip the bottle up, and bumped my elbow. Lovely, just lovely, I now have something close to a drizzle but doesn't look nearly as appetizing. I am out of powedered sugar, so I finished mixing it, and put it in the fridge to thicken (hopefully) a little.
I frosted my cake, apologized to my guys for my mistake and said eat it or not.
They liked it, surprisingly me, not so much, but I am my own worst critic. The extra vanilla added a cinnamony flavor, which kind of made up for my mistake, kind of.