Did we mention it's nearly two and a half pounds?

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While nothing seems guaranteed this year, it's more likely than not that the holidays will be upon us soon enough. The logistics of this usually merry season could be more complicated than normal, but the good news is that we can still stuff our faces with all sorts of delightfully decadent treats that you probably couldn't get away with during the rest of the year. 

Case in point: Sam's Club is selling a Member's Mark brand Tuxedo Cake that sure looks like a big ol' hunk of heavenly chocolate goodness. Featuring rich, complex layers of chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, and a dark chocolate ganache, this elegant-looking rectangular cake is everything you need to entertain guests at your classy Christmas-themed affair. 

Oh, did I forget to mention that this particular ready-to-eat tuxedo cake weighs in at a whopping 39 ounces (nearly two and a half pounds)? Because that's how much tuxedo cake you're getting from Sam's Club for $15. 

With the challenges of a pandemic likely dampening the holiday spirit a bit (or at least changing how you might plan to shop), the good news is that Walmart has digitally recreated the Griswold house from "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" to create a unique online shopping experience. You can click your way through the Griswold grounds, and purchase actual Sam's Club products. Best of all, Randy Quaid won't be there to bring down the vibes. 

Of course, you can skip all that and buy a Member's Mark tuxedo cake through more normal means if you'd prefer. Just know that your Christmas spirit could get called into question.