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Discussion in 'History, Travel, and Culture' started by JamieUK92, Apr 13, 2019.
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Jelly is so much harder to spread. It tears the bread up. It isn't smooth because of all that gelatin/pectin.
I’m severely outnumbered here... @Hostarius help a brother out
Oh my mayonnaise. That's effing gross. Lol.
Oh man... We shall prepare to be schooled.
On that note: what's your favorite flavor jam? (Everyone)?
Hahahahahaha! I kid I kid Preservatives it is! XD
No one can save you from mayonnaise
We wrote the first book on jam making! We know what jam is bruh
Crack in a jar
Undecided between grape and raspberry! Strawberry is okay!
Peach and Cherry are mine. ☆☆☆
You and your citrus.
Karl benz invented the first automobile but he doesn't know shit about cars
Right! ...cause, you were obviously in distress.
Well, as a fellow Jamie, and thus having been called 'Jammie' for half of my life, I can tell you that the answer to this question is remarkably important to both my and Jamie's self worth and intrinsic value as human beings. Henceforth, when the word 'jam' is invoked, we are all to immediately bring to mind the following image: A jar, lovingly sealed with one of those red and white cloths, and a metal lid, enclosing a sweetened preserve of European summer fruits, stored in an oak-lined pantry in a cottage nestled in the lightly wooded, rolling green hills of somewhere in England or France. Somewhere else in this cottage are the people who made this jar of wondrous delight - probably an elderly couple who are still as in love now as they were sixty years ago on their wedding night, and several years before that when they met at the local town fayre. They still hold hands when they sit together in their cozy living room, admiring how content their loyal border collie looks as he sleeps off the day beside a coal-fed fire. That's jam. I don't know what the fuck 'jelly' is supposed to be.