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By Rachel Sykes on 06.06.2012
I keep getting jelly, I’m extremely sick of writing about jelly… Jelly is kind of gross, and worse for you than jam, I like jam.
By Nicole on 06.06.2012
Peanut Buter and jelly is something I’ve eaten or most every school day of my life. Every night before school, I’d take the jam out of teh frisdge, pul the peanut butter from the cupboard, and go to town on the bread.
By Jessica Kerby on 06.06.2012
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are one of my favorite things to eat. The Jelly is the best part! apple jelly is my favorite but grape is a close second Peanut BUTTER JELLY TIME PEANUT BUTTA JELLY TIME PEANUT BUTTA JELLY PEANUT BUTTA JELLY PEANUT BUTTA JELLY PEANUT BUTTA jELLY!
By Chrissie Sims on 06.06.2012
Sometimes i see jelly, jelly fishes of course, just landing arround, gathering, thinking about their next move, the are just brilliant, in a way that no other creature is, some day some say the will show you, amaze you and you will remember me, you will know what it is that i am talking right now, and return to this right moment
By julia URL on 06.06.2012
Mmh I love those colorful jellies. They are coated in sugar, but still they have magnificent colors. I take them and arrange them per color. Sometimes I am not satisfied with that and put them into patterns, before I slowly eat them!
By Proton on 06.06.2012
The first thing I think when I hear the word “jelly” is “Finding Nemo” – you know, the movie? It makes me think of Dory and how they have jellyfish races.
By katy on 06.06.2012
I am a wobbly blob of jelly.
At least, that’s what I wish I could be. :D
By ollie on 06.06.2012
I have NEVER had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I’ve had a peanut butter sandwich and I’ve had a jelly sandwich, but never together. Wait, I think it was a jam sandwich. But really, what is the difference? And plus, why would peanut butter and jelly even taste good together? Maybe I should add that to my bucket list, eat peanut butter and jelly. Want to know the best thing in the world? Peanut butter sandwich with banana and honey.
By Caroline on 06.06.2012
Something that goes with peanut butter. Squishy. Also a word used to apply to any situation where you mean to unjam something by using a thick, viscuous substace.
By Marcus on 06.06.2012
Jelly fish sting. Key West: Swimming in the ocean, I was a stung by a jelly fish. It burned like no other. More pain than I assumed a small creature could inflict. Cassie peed on it. It helped the pain, but my God. Curse the Jelly!!!
Peanut butter and Jelly? Curse that too. Sick.
By m on 06.06.2012
I absoultly love jelly but the other day I just found out that it has beef in it – and I’m a vegetarian – oh no! I seriously love this stuff so I have found myself to be in a bit of a situation. I guess I will have to find a brand of jelly that doesnt have beef in it :(
By Frances on 06.06.2012
jelly and jam are basically the same thing. what’s the difference anyway? i know i sure do like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. it’s peanut butter jelly time! what show is that from anyway? jelly, gross, kinda looks like lard when you think about it really. geez, jelly is really just like pectin and some sugar which is pretty stupid. i wish people made more jams because jams are where it’s at
By Lindsey on 06.06.2012
peanut butter and jelly is my favorite sandwich, I think. it reminds me of good times. being young. when i was a child i ate peanut butter and jelly, and then when i grew up a bit i started eating it again in the springtime. and i was called the god of peanut butter and jelly. i ate it every day and that’s why.
By Laurana on 06.06.2012
THe jelly was so terribly good. Toney took another sip of his juice before breaking into the jelly on the toast. Little did he know, the jelly was poisoned by his jealous wife, Kassondra. The times had gotten tough between them and Toney took to a mistress much to Kassondra’s despair.
By highcourtney on 06.06.2012
i like peanut butter and jelly its just really really good but it sucks because i always run out of it before i run out of peanut butter. And obviously you cant have peanut butter and jelly without that lovely grape jelly
By Elisa on 06.06.2012
I ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for school literally every day for the first few years of my school life, and since then, I don’t think I have really appreciated jelly. I prefer jam now, and I prefer it to be peanutbutterless. Yeah, that’s what I said.
By Hilda on 06.06.2012
DONT EAT THE JELLY!
I considered why I shouldn’t, it is poisonous? Will it kill me?.
“mum why shouldn’t I eat the jelly?
“because I havnt made it yet”
By Natchappin on 06.06.2012
yummy..tasty kids love it!!
i do not like it personally in taste but looks amazing
it can be of different colours which makes the looker happy
By zeba on 06.06.2012
I was in the midle of reading my favorite book, but i could not keep my mind off that jelly like feeling of what i had touched the night before. It was such a weird experience altogether i thought for a while i was dreaming, but the ufo burns in my forehead made it clear i was very much awake. The only thing i can make up for it doesnt come from what i touched, but from the feeling of wellbeing i had while i did.
By Patitas on 06.06.2012
Jelly is a part of my childhood. Specifically strawberry jelly, paired with crunchy peanut butter on wheat bread crimped without crusts. That is my childhood.
By Tori on 06.06.2012
Jelly is one of my favorite things to put on my toast. It can be sweet or sour, but it is almost always delicious. There are other ways people can use this word, like “You jelly?” as a shorter version of the word jealous.
By Denise on 06.06.2012
I look at my sandwich and ponder to myself if my mother has added jelly to the peanut butter. As I take the first, luscious bite, I let my teeth sink into the soft wheat bread and the peanut butter and jelly slowly entered my mouth complimenting each other like the yin and yang of sandwiches.
By Alexis Glori on 06.06.2012
Haha. This word is always coming out of my mouth. When I have something and my friend doesn’t have it i always say ” You jelly bro?” I remember one time i was really sick and all i could eat were liquids which included strawberry jello. Oh and I like Jelly on my toast:) It da bomb:3
By sorryimnotperfect on 06.06.2012
It was soft, and purple, and squishy.
It sat in the jar, just staring at her. The sun shone through the window, illuminating the soft brown wood of the table. The glass of the jar glistened as the breeze blew through the trees, blocking the light in the window. It was delicious, and she couldn’t have it.
Haley sat with her chin on the table, her spoon in her hand, a slice of bread sitting on her plate. Untouched. Her stomach growled. Humph.
By Jo on 06.07.2012
jelly jelly jealousy. does it jiggle? does it set? it sure as hell does. you think it’s fine and liquid and you can pour it down the drain but instead you put it in the fridge for safekeeping and before you know it it’s set. it’s stuck and you have no choice but to eat it and make it a part of you.
By Julia on 06.07.2012
is how i feel
when i hear about your life
my life is not
By channon on 06.07.2012
jelly is so cool that you can bounce off of it. JElly is the gayest thing that was created by man. Jelly is the delight of my belly. Jelly is squishy and mellow all over.Jelly reminds me of jam so yummy and goowy
By hg0 on 06.07.2012
My legs turned to jelly. At last I was going to meet my favourite celebrity. I wondered if he would too be nervous, not from meeting a normal person, but just because so many strangers wanted to see him. I would make me nervous
By kirsty booth URL on 06.07.2012
jelly jelly green in a bottle in a glass can toast you spead it with a knife on toast and its delicious theres rasbery and strawberry and blackberry. every berry you can think of there is a jelly of it. its so yumyi love to eat jelly
By danielle on 06.07.2012
i really don’t like jelly really. its kinda cool to look at but it doesnt taste all that great. somtimes i wish i could jump in a pool of it just to see what it’s like. would i sink or float? could i swim in it? would i eat it? Hmmmmm.
By jackie on 06.07.2012
i feel as though i’ve missed so much of my childhood when i hear this word, it was the thing that everyone was meant to have when they were young, but i feel that because i was brought up in poverty, i missed that part and can never repeat that part in my childhood.
By jeff on 06.07.2012
jelly because i am jelous of the colour of your jelly. it is good smooth jelly and it is timmy and cold.i love jelly, but i start to think that it is gelatine and it is pig fat and i should be a vegetarian but no. ilove my jelly, bitten
By reece on 06.07.2012
i wrote about this before. i hate jelly when it comes to cleaning the dish… because my family never cleans dishes, we did it one day, after the jelly remains had been sitting out for a while, and we couldn’t screape the jelly off so we ended up chucking the container out. thats my story.
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By Janice Chen on 06.07.2012
this reminds me of my grandfather. he loved jelly on his biscuits in the morning. it reminds me of home and the warmth of family. my grandparents made their own jelly. i am missing them right now as well as jelly on bread during early morning conversations . its a lesson in life that i hope i never forget. the importannce of sweet soft things that warm the heart, soul ad the belly.
By jasmine URL on 06.07.2012
squidgy liquid culminating in a fruity cluster of berrylike amazingness. Imagine jumping into a giant pool of it like a vast trampoline that shoots you into the sky
By Josh Clark on 06.07.2012
Jelly is somewhat of an oddity. It isn’t quite liquid, yet it slips down your throat easily without getting stuck. I’ve never quite found the appeal of it. As I watch it wabble cautiously on the plate in front of me, I can almost see it speculating about the oddities of humans too.
By Beth on 06.07.2012
Peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Every day for lunch. For a secong, you might think it’s Nutella or Fluff, but no. Jelly. “Jelly” is also slang online for “jealous”. Rather stupid, but we still use it ironically.
By April on 06.07.2012
Mmmmm Peanut butter and Jelly!! My favorite food. I could eat it everyday! I really wish I would have brought a pb&j for lunch today instead of a stupid salad!! :-(
By Hierlihy on 06.07.2012
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.