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Two bakers from Oregon are attempting to avoid paying pay court-ordered damages to a lesbian couple that they discriminated against almost three years ago. That sounds way more stressful than just baking a wedding cake, but OK.

The Guardian reports that Sweet Cakes by Melissa owners Melissa and Aaron Klein refused to provide service to Laurel and Rachel Bowman-Cryer in January 2013, citing religious objections to their same-sex union.

A state labor commissioner ordered the Kleins—who recently made headlines for mailing "hate cakes" and copies of a short film about adults being homophobic babies to LGBTQ organizations—to pay $135,000 in damages to the Bowman-Cryers for emotional suffering and violating their civil rights under Oregon law.

Dark green states ensure public accommodations to residents regardless of sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Light green states only protect residents on the basis of sexual orientation. (Map via the Human Rights Campaign)

But the Kim Davis aspirants are refusing to pay the $135,000 because why stop refusing things now? It should be noted that crowd-funding efforts have raised $500,000 on behalf of the Kleins.

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"It's difficult to understand the Kleins' unwillingness to pay the debt when they have, very publicly, raised nearly a half million dollars," labor bureau spokesman Charlie Burr told The Oregonian. "They are entitled to a full and fair review of the case, but do not have the right to disregard a legally binding order."

They probably shoulda baked that cake.

In barely related news, here are some amazing photos of Fran Drescher eating cupcakes at a gay wedding she officiated that I stumbled upon while searching for "gay wedding cakes" on Getty Images.

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Fran Drescher poses with Georgetown cupcakes at Fran Drescher Officiates “Love Is Love” Gay Wedding at XL Nightclub on March 6, 2012, in New York, N.Y. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Flying Television)

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