I love Jell-O day!

I’ve been a bit of a slacker when it comes to writing posts and responding to comments and whatnot. School can be quite evil to me. That’s probably the most overused blogging excuse in the book, but I don’t care. I’m using it anyways.

On a completely unrelated note, I would like to discuss something amazing with you. That amazing thing? Jell-O cups. Yes, Jell-O cups. They serve them about once a week in our cafeteria, and I wait for that day all week long. This week’s Jell-O cup day was yesterday, and I couldn’t be more thrilled about it. I can’t normally eat cafeteria food due to my allergies, so those little cups of awesome are really all I buy. They’re normally cherry-flavored and topped with a little dollop of whipped cream, and if you shake them just slightly they’ll do a little dance for you. Yes, that’s right. They dance.

Is there anything more awesome than Jell-O? It’s easy to make and incredibly fun to play with. I’ll sit at the lunch table and repeatedly poke my Jell-O cup just for the heck of it. Every time it jiggles oh-so slightly the whipped cream on top follows suit, and they unite in a happy dessert dance. Can you tell that I’m easily amused? In fact, I kind of feel sad when I finally eat it, almost like I’m eating a friend instead of a cup of gelatin. I mean, after playing with something for so long you’re bound to bond with it. Or, uh, maybe not. Maybe I’m just special in the sense that I make friends with my dessert (and then proceed to blog about it). Or… maybe I’m just special in general.

So, what’s your favorite cafeteria dessert? Usually mine just serves fruit in a cup, so I always look forward to Jell-O day. Why? Jell-O day owns. End of story.

That's actually a picture of a Jell-O shot. I promise my school doesn't serve those!! But the cup the Jell-O's in looks exactly like the ones in our cafeteria, so...

That's actually a picture of a Jell-O shot. I promise my school doesn't serve those!! But the cup the Jell-O's in looks exactly like the ones in our cafeteria, so...

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3 Responses

  1. Seeing what jello is made out of, gelliten, which is made out of some part of a cow or another, I don’t eat it. It is one thing I do miss though. I used to love to make it on lazy days.
    My favorite cafeteria dessert? Well I also don’t eat cafeteria food, but when I used to, at he highschool for Thanksgiving and Christmas time they would make apple crisp, and I really liked that! At the elementary school they used to have churros, which where amazing!

  2. Oh ew, caf food.
    I don’t really hang in the Caf all that much so none really.

    😀 Jello! Would you consider that your comfort food then?

  3. Yay!! You blogged about jello!! I didnt think you actually would. Well done!

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