June 6th, 2012 | 330 Entries

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  1. I glared at it. A purple glob on the otherwise clean counter. This is what happens when little kids come over, I guess. I don’t eat jelly because it gets on my counters, which must always be clean. my nieces run through my neat house and mess everything up. My mom smiles at them, but I just glare. I’m the one who’s going to have to clean that up.

    By Emma Lisa URL on 06.06.2012

  2. I call the envious type, “jelly” because their jealous. I could get into detail on scenarios but I’d rather spread them on my bread, cover them up with my peanuts and eat them like the sandwich they’ve become.

    By Colby K URL on 06.06.2012

  3. So this can mean many thing. Jelly as in you’re jealous, right? You jelly? Or the delicious liquid-solid that takes much longer to make than it does to devour. Great for any season. You want jelly in the winter? Go ahead. Jelly in the summer? Yum. Let’s all eat jelly. I’ll make some. You jelly?

    By Farah on 06.06.2012

  4. Jelly goes on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches seem like simple things, but they’re not. It is hard to get the right portion of jelly to peanut butter. My mother is the only one who can make it exactly right. Even I can not make it right. I either put too much jelly or too much peanut butter. There are different kinds of jelly but they are all good to me. I think it’s because the texture is what really matters to me. Grape is the one I choose usually, but I love strawberry. It’s delicious. Peach is good too. Apricot jelly.

    By Heaven on 06.06.2012

  5. belly…bean…sandwich…

    By lewie on 06.06.2012

  6. The jelly was leaking into my lap from my sandwich AGAIN! I was SO annoyed. Why is the stupid jelly so infuriating?! It always has to slip out of my PBJ and get me covered in jelly.

    By Erin on 06.06.2012

  7. Jelly. It’s a weird thing. It’s thick, but it runs. It’s different than all other substances. It breaks the mold or what is usual.

    I am jelly. I am different than other. I am not “usual.” I am not “normal.”

    And, just like jelly, I’m really proud of it. Normal is overrated!

    By Steffie URL on 06.06.2012

  8. I love this jelly on my toast every morn.
    I feel like I am full of jelly after my grandchild comes to visit.
    I look at this jelly fish and I wonder.

    By teeda URL on 06.06.2012

  9. its squishy and colourfull! Many people dont like the texture but I am not one of those people!:)

    By Bonnie Havenga on 06.06.2012

  10. You jelly? A phrase that is completely and utterly ridiculous but has matriculated into the vocabulary of everyday for teenagers.

    “Oh look! I got a 90 on the test. You jelly?”

    “Oh hey, I’m dating that really cute guy over there. You jelly?”

    No, friend, I am not jelly. I am not a gelatinous treat made for children. I may be jealous. But not jelly.

    By elinmacrae on 06.06.2012

  11. i like jelly it wobbles on the plate and tastes like rasberries and summer time and ice cream. Jelly is like childhood, you can make it into shapes like bunnies. I wish I had a pool i could fill full of jelly and jump on.

    By Eimear on 06.06.2012

  12. Where had he gone? One moment he was in clear sight and then he had melted away. He had been a solid form, rather like an old sepia photograph, but with a clear, sharp shape and definition. As I came closer he become a shadow and blurred, as though viewed though a thick jelly, before he blended with the background and vanished.

    By Meredyth URL on 06.06.2012

  13. when he smiled
    she turned to jelly
    and when he took her hand
    she melted
    and when everyone saw them
    they said they went together like
    peanut butter
    and jelly
    when he threw her away and
    took her for granted
    the story ended
    and she disappeared
    and nobody remembered the ending

    By Kalina URL on 06.06.2012

  14. I liked peanuts when I was little just not Jelly. The way it moved the way it tasted on my tonunge.
    But as I grew the taste changed it tasted desirable and I liked it a bit.
    Now as an adult I hate jelly I say old habits don’t die hard.

    By Madison URL on 06.06.2012

  15. Jelly. You have a jelly heart. No, that is not a bad thing. But it is not good either. Some words can bounce right off, where other, if hard enough, can hurt it, and cause many scars. But also, once in there nothing ever leaves and it is always safe. You have a jelly heart.

    By Mckayla on 06.06.2012

  16. peanut better and jelly is quite a snack. I eat almost everyday. It brings joy to life and flows well with peanut butter. Jelly looks like jam and fells like fish. The jelly fish is in finding memo and dory gets stung by the jelly fish

    By Tommy on 06.06.2012

  17. omg, jelly. Jelly fish, pb and j (a sandwich that is rather difficult to type) and things feeling…squishy. its an all around good time. You cant go wrong with jell-o, jelly, gelatin, gelatinous things

    By Katarina URL on 06.06.2012

  18. is amazing and you put it on toast or you put it with peanut better in a sandwich because it is amazing and comes in different flavors mhhm yummy hahahahahha.

    By sam on 06.06.2012

  19. my legs are like jelly
    when I stand from the bed
    reaching for the robe
    my head spinning
    I stumble and giggle
    and reach out to steady myself

    By Domiknitrix URL on 06.06.2012

  20. jelly’s really good with peanut butter in sandwiches. I’ve gotten my friend hooked on it. It’s also good alone, but never mix it with medicine to “help it go down”. The texture is just eww on your tongue.

    By abir on 06.06.2012

  21. I wish I had grown some grapes this year because then I could have made homemade jelly. I also could make tomato jelly I guess but that sounds gross. I’d eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich but my mom bought the cheap kind which I don’t like. I think I like plum jelly best.

    By Kia on 06.06.2012

  22. Grape jelly was her favourite thing in the world. Grape jelly on toast. Her grandmother had introduced it to her when she was a child, and the taste, the smell, the texture always reminded her of Sunday afternoons. After church her family would visit her grandmother, and they would have a light lunch of soup, always followed by grape jelly on toast.

    By AL on 06.06.2012

  23. jam. spread on toast. in the morning. it’s nice and relaxing. it goes good with peanut butter. perfect actually. that is all. i mean the word jelly is pretty gross but jelly itself is good i guess like on biscuits or something

    By JASMINE on 06.06.2012

  24. Peanut butter and jelly tastes so good. I used to eat it all the time. Sometimes I only ate jelly on toast cause the peanut butter was too sticky. My parents used to tell me to eat jelly on toast to get over being sick.

    By Gabby on 06.06.2012

  25. I hate jelly. It is too delicious for me. I cannot stand its heavenly taste, its delightful color. It drove me crazy once, paired with peanut butter. Since then, I am done with it.

    By Katy on 06.06.2012

  26. Memories like petroleum jelly
    Oiling the crannies of the cerebrum
    with buttery adjectives.
    The sustenance, a whipped coating.

    By Jocelyn Meadows URL on 06.06.2012

  27. it is sweet and goes great with toast and bagels and muffins. I LOVE using it in the morning. But my favorite thing is PB&J. It’s the ALL American sandwich. And I am the sandwich KING!

    By Joe Simone on 06.06.2012

  28. I like jelly, but not with peanut butter. Not with any butter, actually. I remember once when I was very small, my father was set to the task of making me lunch, which he never did. He put butter under my jelly. I hid from him and cried, because I couldn’t possibly eat that, but I didn’t want to make him feel bad or make him feel bad about me, because of it. I remember hiding. Hiding and crying.

    By Eleano on 06.06.2012

  29. Jelly, I like to put it on my sandwhich. I don’t care if I spelled that wrong. Anyways, I only like CERTIAN kinds of jelly.
    Fuck you spell check.
    Again, anyways…ahem…
    I think I like strawberry jelly more than grape. Grape just does not taste good on wheat bread. Hardy harrrrr
    Hahaha I tricked this thing! I have 60sec.
    I like strawbery BECAUSE it’sbetter than grape.
    Melanie informed me that ET’s walk is the sound of Jelly…..smooshed jelly.
    Spongebob and Jellyfishing….I’ve always wanted to go.

    By molly&mel on 06.06.2012

  30. Jelly are delicious food that you can eat any time, even at a party, here you can make jell-o-shots, little cups of jelly with vodka or rum (rum is better) in it. There are lots of flavours, like strawberry, lemon, pinaple…

    By luiza URL on 06.06.2012

  31. wiggly jiggly
    red and yummy
    strawberry and yummy fruits
    easy to make and colorfull
    yummy with whipped cream
    jelly in my belly

    By yasmin URL on 06.06.2012

  32. and i am the colour of a raspberry jelly from embarrassment looking you in the eye across the room because you make me sick and i am unsure how i did it without closing my eyes and wincing as i relive the smell of your pungent breath similar to brighton beach or fish guts sometimes on a bad day rotting in the sun with my feelings.

    By Katia URL on 06.06.2012

  33. I ate a bowl of jelly one day, and choked. There she was, the girl of my dreams. She stood there, her blonde hair off to the side, her blue eyes twinkling, as she asked. “Can I have some jelly?” And that’s when our forever began… with a bowl of jelly.

    By Joanne on 06.06.2012

  34. peanut butter jelly time
    peanut butter jelly time
    peanut butter jelly
    peanut butter jelly
    peanut butter jelly
    peanut butter jelly
    and a baseball bat

    By char on 06.06.2012

  35. Wobble. Wobble. Wobble. It was hardly balancing on the plate. It then unexpectedly slipped off the plate and into my hair.

    By Chrissie :) URL on 06.06.2012

  36. colors delis yum imagination cake sweet tart like lost shake desert postre gelatinoso se mueve it moves delicioso diet dieta rico yummy colores pasteles postres its something you can eat when you’re sick and you have diarrea lol

    By Barbara on 06.06.2012

  37. fish swim i the ocan – they look harmless, but they can be dangerous. of course there is also the jelly you eat, but it’s made of horses hooves and who wants to each that! my mom makes a great jelly with raspberry jelly mixed with fresh raspberries, i’ve also heard of a various with whipped creme added – both sound really yummy tho i’ve never tasted either.

    By Vistara Sidebottom on 06.06.2012

  38. He makes me feel like jelly.
    He actually makes me feel like my own brand, not a ‘Jell-o’
    God Help me, Please.

    By Diamond URL on 06.06.2012

  39. Race you to the tree house.
    Under green leaves, change to gold, falling on us.
    Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches near the swing set.
    Running. Splashing.
    Playing pretend.
    A stolen kiss; a good laugh.
    That was us when we were younger.
    But everybody grows up.

    By Dulcie URL on 06.06.2012

  40. When I was a young girl, I hated peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. I hated their gooey, thick texture and their boring two-note flavor. I had them far too many times, yet now, I don’t mind them. I guess it takes about ten years to gain a better perspective of those things you used to hate.

    By Drew URL on 06.06.2012