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Jelly is something that goes with peanut butter. It’s also like a jellyfish. Jellyfish are like jelly because they have a slippery, gooey, jiggly texture like jelly. If you tried to put peanut butter on a jellyfish, it would fail. It’d probably beach itself and die or something.
By Lily on 01.31.2011
i love to eat jelly in the morning while i brush my teeth. yes i brush my teeth with jelly. i rinse with peanut butter. sometimes jam is helpful but i always go back to the jelly.
By Emily on 01.31.2011
Mama used to make us peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
But now ma is gone.
She used to wake us up with kisses on the forehead and tickles,
But now ma is gone.
She’s drifted away with the Santa Ana winds..
By Sammy Marks URL on 01.31.2011
with peanut butter. they’re best friends, but only because they compliment each other so well.
sticky and sweet
brown and purple
they play well with others, and they love socializing, but they’ll always be true to each other.
By olivia on 01.31.2011
this is my second time to write about this page, since i stumbled upon it the first. now i have a better jist though i guess. it makes me think of the peanut butter jelly time song where the banana sings. then that makes me think of the family guy scene where the dog is wearing the suit. im glad i never got stung by a jelly fish.
By yaya URL on 01.31.2011
She don’t use jelly. That’s what the band says.
I’m not really sure which band, to be honest. I only ever listened to the live cover by Ben Folds Five.
I feel like that’s true of a lot of things in my life. I don’t know where they came from; I only have the memories of the second-rate copy.
By Matt on 01.31.2011
I prefer preserves to jelly. Or jam? Anything that has the actual fruit in it. Jelly is ok, but it’s definitely better with some fruit in there. “Knees turned to jelly.”
By Disorderly URL on 01.31.2011
“She don’t use jelly” is a song by the Flaming Lips. Phoebe Young loves that band, and I associate that song especially with her. It also makes me think of the pool hall, and the old days back at the beginning of last semester when the Core would all play pool together. Good old days. I miss them. Things seemed more open, and less open, back then.
By larisa owechko on 01.31.2011
Her legs felt like jelly as she drove home. They couldn’t move the pedals. It seemed as if the car drove itself and she was just a nonentity sitting there watching it curve around bends and brake at stoplights.
By R. URL on 01.31.2011
sticky and watery, a placenta or a simple childhood joy. Both at once, mother child, lover sister. Hair coated in that sweet red stuff, always the jelly, always your scarlet cheeks of teenage shame.
By Caitlin URL on 01.31.2011
Jelly…thick and wonderful. Jelly’s always one of those simple pleasures that makes you think back to home and simple times; back to homecooked meals; back to sitting at a table with family members gathered for breakfast.
By Jack on 01.31.2011
The ground underneath Gina was like jelly. It felt like that anyway. Although, she thought, that probably has something to do with my head. She’d been feeling… like jelly all day. It was hard to describe, and that’s why she never told anyone. Never told anyone, that is, except for Billy.
By Barry Scanlon on 01.31.2011
Jelly doesn’t spread right on my bread. Sometimes I wonder if other people notice the same things as me, or if there’s some quirk in my mind that makes me different from everyone else.
Truly, the terrible quality of some PB&J sandwiches can make me fall to my knees and scream for frustration.
By StripedEv URL on 01.31.2011
By Living Again on 01.31.2011
i’m not really a fan of jelly. i’ll take my toast with peanut butter, my peanut butter with honey, and my honey alone on my crackers. it’s too sticky, too sweet, and too difficult to neatly apply it to anything that you would eat. i don’t understand it. why, jelly, must you be so inconvenient?
By omahn URL on 01.31.2011
I remember when I was young, maybe 5 or 6, I was in a grocerie store with my mother. She was the strict type. I was looking at things and i wanted to touch everything, how you do when you are little, so curious. But i did, somehow, end up touching something, a jar of jelly. And then it came crashing down to the floor, glass shaddering, and for an instant I didn’t care that she was going to yell at me for my childish (questioning) because the glass had shaddered but the jelly stayed in a perfect jar shape.
By Jessica Hill on 01.31.2011
Is what I think of when I look at myself in the mirror. Everything wobbles – I can’t remember a time when it didn’t. I don’t ant to be like this but can’t seem to make myself change. I love jelly – why don’t I love me?
By JBX006 on 01.31.2011
It is cold and very funny looking… it came from his belly button.. i wondered what it would be called…. BELLY JELLY! I laughed at myself when I thought it.
By Zack URL on 01.31.2011
peanut butter and jelly is an american classic sandwich. Companied with a cold glass of milk makes it a great meal.
By Brooke Miller on 01.31.2011
..Once my cousin told me that she hates* jelly because in like kindergarden her friend sneezed some sort of snot that looked exactly like grape jelly.
By Paige URL on 01.31.2011
A glob of jelly shot out from the dough as Cynthia bit into it, the powdered sugar sticking to her red painted lips.
By Clara on 01.31.2011
Nemo and Dory ran into the jellyfish because Dory forgot.
By A Bananie URL on 01.31.2011
she realized that r.r. was probably turning into a bowl of jelly inside of her ex-body.any human brain was too complicated to control right away.it took babies years just to learn how to control when to poop.obsevation showed the body was going into shock.she had to act.
By The Fake Dann URL on 01.31.2011
“Jelly is a strange name for a peanut butter jar,” commented PBJ, the turkey sandwich.
“Well PBJ is a weird name for something with no peanut butter or jelly on it!” yelled Jelly, the peanut butter jar.
The End of the random sh*t.
By Kiga URL on 01.31.2011
Peanut butter and jelly! I miss peanut butter and jelly. I used to have PB&J all the time when I was a kid. Skippy’s chunky peanut butter and Welch’s grape jelly packed together between two pieces of Wonder white bread. I must have taken that for lunch everyday when I was in kindergarten.
By Kaci URL on 01.31.2011
I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Once, I ate one every single day for an entire week. And then I got sick of them.
My favorite type of jelly is probably strawberry. I also like grape.
My grandma makes the best homemade peach jam, which is different from jelly, but who cares? Anyway, then she freezes the jam and it is great on toast.
My sister in law also makes jam, except it is boysenberry flavored. I haven’t yet tasted hers.
By AG Stewart URL on 01.31.2011
Once there was a sandwich. He was lonely. Only peanut butter, but peanut butter was lonely too. He wanted to be in love more than anything else, but paired with nothing he needed a friend. He found jelly and they became inseparable. Love at first bite.
By Laura Gedrimas on 01.31.2011
Floating deep below our feet it spins out rays of never ending life that we can only dream of emulating. Its grace the perfect oxymoron to its defying image.
By Dylan Smith on 01.31.2011
i love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, especially with cinnamon sugar on it too. ethan taught me that. jelly is good on cookies too, the thumb print kind that my mom makes at christmas. christmas is my favorite holiday.
By Erin on 01.31.2011
Jelly is gross and I hate it. I don’t really understand the appeal of something with such a slimy slithery consistency. And it’s too sweet. The only cool thing you can do with it is cut it into little shapes with cookie cutters. And then throw them in the trash.
By Julia A. URL on 01.31.2011
Jelly. As in jellyfish. Or what jello is somewhat named after. Jelly is, true to its name, a gelatinous substance. That word is purple…Like grape Jello, right? So yeah, jelly is generally thought of to be quite squisy and such, and somewhat translucent. I’m done. 60 seconds is over. Bye now! :D
By AW on 01.31.2011
She smeared the jelly over the toast and then the peanut butter. It was easier to start with peanut butter but she liked a good challenge.
By Olesya URL on 01.31.2011
Jellyfish are nice. There is an immortal jellyfish, that can”turn back time” but what is time? you know. Some say it will take er the world. Also, grape jelly is delicious. It can turn back into a polyp is what they mean. How big is it? Imagine being able to be you forever. Imagine if something unattractive was considered attractive; like what if humans had no hair anywhere but a thick fur on our arms. Would that be attractive and would the style at some point be to shave it all off?
By Julius Caeser on 01.31.2011
peanut butter and jelly. i bet that’s what everyone writes about. but what about petroleum jelly? so underrated, but what would i do without it in the winter? my lips would be really chapped. life would suck. no one likes chapped lips.
By Alexis URL on 01.31.2011
green and gooey. slimy and sticky. bouncy and belly-filling. the perfect snack for the perfect day
By Darrah on 01.31.2011
Penut butter and jelly, the sandwich of generations. My grandmother ate it, my mom ate it, I ate it. A perfect snack food.
Jelly is something you eat. It comes in many colours and flavours. Red, green, purple and orange are just a few colours. Some flavours are lime, orange, grape and lemon. Jelly is loved and eaten by any ages, and is a big hit for kids. Jelly can be used as a desert, and is popular at partys.
By Jack Mooney URL on 01.31.2011
jellly wobbles and is slimy and tastes good. it can be green or opurple or red and bounces if you move it.
By jack URL on 01.31.2011
that’s what my legs are–
jelly jelly jelly–
shaking so much i can barely walk in a straight line.
i manage, though, and i walk
one step, then another, and another
and yet i’m not getting anywhere.
By M dlR URL on 01.31.2011
Jelly is good i like to put it on my toast but not too much because too much makes it taste like just jelly and then i can’t taste the toast which is very upsetting so i must always make sure to apply my jelly very specifically or my toast is ruined. but yeah i love jelly
By alyssa on 01.31.2011