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I just saw your profile picture and I must congratulate you for it, it's my favorite Ghibli movie :3
In response to my username: it's about as straightforward a name as "Cordelia Fox": the name is quite uncommon, the last name not so much, but you'll still have a relatively hard time finding either in a person who isn't a famous figure. Does it have any particular meaning? "AristÃ³crates" comes from the greek and is probably related to á¼€ÏÎ¹ÏƒÏ„Î¿ÎºÏÎ±Ï„Î¯Î± ("aristocracy"), seeing as "-es" is a common way to finish male greek names. As for "Carranza", I wouldn't know.
But the mysteriousness only leads to suspicion of such an act as leaving a slice of cake.
*Munches on cake*
This level of mysteriousness is most suited to a gift or present, where the actual object in question is hidden from sight, awaiting its unravelling.
So in saying that, there are two scenarios. I can only guess at the right one, but you know the answer.
Either there is something in this cake, be it an object or similar, or the cake is the present itself.
This is a funny place.
Handing out cake suspiciously is less suspicious than handing it out unsuspiciously.
But the unsuspicious suspiciousness of the unsuspicious handing out of free cake makes not only the ordeal of the cake handing-out seem suspicious in it's own right, but arouses suspicion like nothing else.