A sweet tooth that itches, needs to be scratched right now.
With so many bakeries of choice, depending upon where you live, you can get your needs fulfilled immediately.
After watching Cutie Pie, otherwise known as Candy Cartwright wrestle, it’s easy to come to the conclusion that she is so sweet and tasty that only her brand of entertainment can satisfy your wrestling sweet tooth.
She says so herself.
Her biography is found at nefemalewrestling.com and there she smiles, sugar sweet, “My name is Candy Cartwright and I’m the cutest, sweetest, funniest, best, and most adorable wrestler ever!!! My in ring style and my attitude can be described as adorably aggressive.
My hobbies include eating ice cream cones, collecting bunny stickers, playing hopscotch and taking naps while cuddling with my favorite teddy bear Mr. Cuddly Cakes. Oh and of course, beating the stuffing out of the people who get in my way. I ALWAYS get what I want. Got it?”
Yes, we get it.
“There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner: that, in the dinner, the sweets come last.”……… Robert Louis Stevenson
Watching her wrestle Renee Michelle reminds you of how the Indie games is filled with beautiful young girls who spell SWEET in caps. You get tons of screaming, a super aerial show and effective back flips off the ropes.
Her signature moves are the Cartwright-wheels elbow drop, snickerdoodle suplex (snap suplex), fruit roll up (fireman’s carry rollup), butterscotch lock (rolling butterfly lock), Bow and arrow,
bulldog and northern lights.
Please don’t say that with a mouth full of candy.
Especially after watching her very rough and tumble match with Tina San Antonio, a strong shapely blonde who can roughen things up with the best of them.
Candy proved she can rough things up a little better.
Then in front of one of her largest audiences, she takes on Reby Sky.
The new world of the young Indie wrestlers is tasty as a Cutie Pie.
Candy made her first in-ring debut in FTW on November 29 at FTW An Act Of Violence, defeating Mel Sanchez.
Outside of her work in FTW, Candy appeared on New England Female Wrestling in 2010. Cartwright made her wrestling debut in Delaware for 1CW where she lost to Aida Marie. She worked a match for WrestleJam, appearing at WrestleJam9 on September 8, 2012 losing to Rosita. Most recently Candy competed in the first female Women’s Super 8 Chickfight tournament for ECWA on October 11, 2014.
Candy is original from Ronkonkoma, New York.
How sweet it would be to travel there.
The population of the CDP was 19,082 at the 2010 census.
Very important is that there is a wonderful bakery nearby to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Have you heard of The Alpine Pastry Shop? You’ll love it. We’re certain Candy would. Let’s please have them introduce themselves at alpinepastryshop.com.
“The Alpine Pastry Shop has been one of Long Island’s most well-known bakeries for over the last 30 years. We are family owned and operated. For over 30 years the Cuccia family has been baking the finest Italian cakes & pastries on Long Island and have been in the Smithtown location for over 25 years.
Using the finest and freshest ingredients to ensure the quality is second to none. The Alpine Pastry Shoppe prides itself on customer satisfaction, whether you are planning a small birthday party or Gala wedding, you’ll find the experienced sale staff to be helpful and courteous with one of the family members always present to give you that personal touch.
Anthony Cuccia is the founder of Alpine Pastry Shoppe in Smithtown Long Island. Tony has been baking for over 45 years, and it was Tony’s dream to open a bakery in Long Island that would allow people to find all the Italian specialties that they could find in the city. On the holidays, you’ll find specialty holiday cakes, pastries, and cookies for every holiday. To keep the Italian family traditions alive, take one trip to the Alpine Pastry Shop and you’ll know why.”
When you look at some of the mouth-watering sweet delicacies that they have to offer, you almost want to eat the pictures.
Here is what two reviewers at yelp.com had to say. “This bakery puts others to shame. I know many people who go out of their way to go here passing many bakeries along the way. Worth the drive for their unique desserts boasting with flavor. The things they do with Cannoli make me amazed that it even exists.”
“Alpine once again has outdone themselves! They made our gender reveal cake for this past weekend and it was absolutely beautiful… And delicious!!!! We will never go anywhere else for a cake, not to mention everything else they have is delicious! Thank you Alpine family for making our day that much more special!!”
Candy is mouth-watering as well.
What Femcompetitor Magazine loves about the new world of the Indie wrestler is that they are young, beautiful, athletic, and clearly have raised the bar in terms of their entertainment value.
They love what they do and are actually making money at it.
In an interview at junkiesv4.iphpbb3.com, Candy speaks to this subject. She related that she works for different wrestling companies and how there is actual money in it. She also loves to bake, bake and bake some more. She bakes cup cakes, pies and even sells some of them at her wrestling shows.
Understandably the fans love them!
Candy was raised in a very nice village and it’s evident in her persona and the supreme effort that she puts into her matches.
She proves that sweet girls named Candy are sugar and spice and everything nice.
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GREAT OPENING PHOTO VISIT http://rebysky.com/
Her shop is http://shoprebysky.com/
Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.