Thursday, April 11, 2013

J is for Jelly

     I do not understand that phrase "Are you jelly?" Like... no. No, as a matter of fact, you are not jelly. You might be jealous of somebody but that does not make you a food product made from smashed up fruit. Unless you are made of smashed up fruit and could be considered jam, which goes with peanutbutter for sandwiches, you are not jelly.

     Do not even fucking start. You are not jelly.

12 comments:

  1. Ah, I hear all the tweenagers tossing this phrase around. I'd take the term "jelly" over YOLO, anyday though!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I dunno. YOLO is actually kind of funny. A couple of my friends like to use it ironically. But either way, if its being used seriously, somebody needs a dictionary thrown at them.

      Delete
  2. I never heard the 'jelly' phrase but I thought your post was funny and am now a follower. Good work!
    Shawn at Reading Practice

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! You're lucky you never have to hear that phrase. It gets really old, really fast.

      Delete
  3. I can't stand that phrase, either! I'm not a big slang user, but there are some that REALLy irk me, and that is one! I also can't stand, "totes" instead of totally. Why even change it???

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hate that one too! It makes me crazy. Jelly is worse though, in my opinion.

      Delete