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Jelly in the states is Jam only using the juice and not the pulp, Jam is the use of both pulp and juice to make preserves..Stuart will you give UK translation?
Quote from: Karen W. on 09/07/2007 15:03:18Jelly in the states is Jam only using the juice and not the pulp, Jam is the use of both pulp and juice to make preserves..Stuart will you give UK translation?er, jam in the UK is "jam". When it's made of oranges, it becomes marmalade. I have absolutely no idea why though......What did the chick say when the hen layed an orange? Look what mama laid.
jolly-jelly & jello are in the opening gambit!
That is also true of jam here also , Jam is also as in backed up traffic! JAm!
Same here for door Jam.. LOL
spelling same here I am lousy speller. It is also the pillar of an oar or paddle for a boat!
Paul What a cool school ! I loved the mini Gardens etc.. How cool is that!
It says it is primary school! did you give me the right link! LOL
Quote from: Karen W. on 09/07/2007 16:15:05It says it is primary school! did you give me the right link! LOLyou are right, it does. the school is actually miles away from the centre, i wonder if the school has a kind of lease on the land?they are, or atleast were not connected! 
can you remember anything else we've run across?
What is it that we call our bottoms...LOL behind, Tush, derriere, butt, A** and bottom etc.. can't think of any others! LOL oh rump! LOL
bottom = Ass = donkey
FANNY Brice?? What does it mean there?
Quote from: Karen W. on 10/07/2007 08:17:27FANNY Brice?? What does it mean there?It does mean bottom here also! I had forgotten about that one!Chicken! PM me
im not saying, Stuart will.