What side is your bread buttered on?

Ok… you are making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich… are you one of those kind of people who spread the peanut butter on one side and the jelly on the other…then squish them together… or do you put them both on the same side??? this thread is open to variations on a theme

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I make toast, spread the jelly on one side, wipe off the knife on the other slice, spread the peanut butter, then squish 'em.

You say “cheesy” like that’s a BAD thing.

Well as you know my favourite whore… I dont eat peanut butter… only for the fear of death… but…i think i would be a squisher for sure… there’s nothing like a good squishy sammy!!!

We are, each of us angels with only one wing;
and we can only fly by
embracing one another

I like jelly and butter sandwiches, and also peanut butter and sprout!

I like to put the peanutbutter on one slice and jelly on the other, then i put a little jelly on the peanut butter side and vice versa and then squish… with a huge glass of milk.

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peanut butter and sprout???

We are, each of us angels with only one wing;
and we can only fly by
embracing one another

I do not like Peanur Butter & Jelly sandwches, so it’s unlikely I will be making one any time soon.

Yer pal,

I have eaten PB & J for breakfast. PB on one slice, J on the other. Hate it when the J drips out the bottom. Also tried PB & strawberry preserves. (Assume that J refers to grape.)

Those who do not learn from the past are condemned to relive it. Georges Santayana

I "rediscovered " PB&J when I was 28 and let me tell you, it’s great for the sweet tooth.

The best is to get the Goober Grape stuff from the store. That is PB and Grape Jelly mixed already.

To put a twist on the thread, what kind of jelly do you guys use? I pretty much only like grape.

Toast. Peanut butter on one side. Grape jelly on the other. Vidalia onion slices in the middle. Yes, really.

Usually strawberry or raspberry

Magnificent to behold - Greatly to be praised.

I guess mentioning Marmite / Vegemite at this point isn’t a good idea…?

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The Legend Of PigeonMan

Oh:Crunchy peanut butter.

On those rare occasions I feel the need to reconnect with my childhood, I’ll put peanut butter on one side, jelly (preferably seedless blackberry) on the other, put the two together and apply butter to the outside before setting the whole thing on the griddle.

Grilled pbj. It’s not nearly as bad as it sounds.


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Each new day brings with it the opportunity to sew by
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Let us choose our colors with care.

I used to love peanut butter, plain on a knife, or in a sandwich with strawberry/raspberry preserves. Then I began to suspect that I was allergic to peanut butter. Now I just look longingly at all the peanut butter jars on the shelves.

  • Sad former squisher.

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Peanut butter first, then jelly on the same side. Peanut butter only on the other side.

Also works if you replace “jelly” with “jalepenos”. It was a weird craving, okay?

Jonathan David Palinor—what is up with SEEDLESS blackberry jam??? This is blasphemy!! I cannot imagine what kind of insane, maniacal, drug-addicted, denture-wearing, inhumane, psychotic freak invented this monstrosity!!! AAARRRGGGHHHH!

(See thread about things you would never admit to IRL to discover my seed fetish)

Born O.K. the first time…

If you are born again, do you have two belly buttons?

Lightly toasted Cape Cod White Bread.
Creamy Peanut Butter on one side, slices of grilled Cajun Bacon on the other.
Mush together.
Be still my beating heart.

Lex Non Favet Delictorum Votis

You put the bread down, two pieces stacked exactly as they were in the loaf. You open them up like a book, so they are geometrically similar on the surfaces to be covered. First spread the jelly, or jam, edge to edge, all the way across, thick enough to completely cover the bread. Wipe the spoon gently on the inner face of the other piece. Then spread the peanut butter, evenly, not quite to the edge, with several “S” curved swirls, along the face of the bread. Don’t wipe the knife on the outside of the sandwich, or everyone will know that you were poorly raised, and think ill of your mother. When no peanut butter is desired, the second piece of bread is optional, and the resulting preparation is referred to as a jelly bread, whether or not the second piece of bread is included.

Some matters are simply too important to be left to chance. When you open the new jar of peanut butter, or of jam, you write peanut butter, or jam on the shopping list immediately. Better safe, than sorry.

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I had to read this twice before I got past the image of pb on one side of a slice of bread and jelly on the opposite side of the same slice.