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By Charles Schulz
Jun 26, 2013
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    grasshopper  over 4 years ago

    Awww…see Linus, she does love you…at least when you are gone…wait til you get back, then she turns into old Lucy…

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    simpsonfan2  over 4 years ago

    I had the newspaper comics mailed to me when I was at camp.

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    LEOKEV  over 4 years ago

    Must be a generational thing. When some of us were kids, it was normal to make jelly bread or mayonnaise sandwiches. It was quick, and required no cooking. Common among less wealthy families.

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    GROG GC Insider over 4 years ago

    It doesn’t take much to please Linus.

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    tsandl  over 4 years ago

    This is an American comic. Adjust your vocabulary accordingly.

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    hariseldon59  over 4 years ago

    Outside of Peanuts I’ve never heard anyone refer to it as a “jelly bread sandwich”. I’d just call it a jelly sandwich. The bread is implied.

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    Darryl Heine  over 4 years ago

    Is that healthy eating?

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    PatrickASL  over 4 years ago

    What’s a jelly bread sandwich?

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    mrsdonaldson  over 4 years ago

    Sweet intentions. They’re probably good and soggy now. Better grab a fork, Linus. :)

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    meihong  over 4 years ago

    She is so sweet!

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    defunctdoormat GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Soggy is right. I used to take PBJs to school on a rare occasion, and the side with jelly on it was always disgusting. After a week or even a few days, that can’t be good. Also, I’ve never put just jelly on bread before. It always had PB with it. And anyone doing so is just after the sugar anyway. Just teach your kids to go for the real thing. Sprinkle some sugar on bread and have at it. yum.

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    Aaron Saltzer  over 4 years ago

    Idk what those taste like. They don’t sounds appealing to me.

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    Doctor11 GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Proof that Lucy is missing her brother.

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    Number Three (Free Afficionado)  over 4 years ago

    Don’t fall for it, Linus!

    LOL xxx

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    boldyuma  over 4 years ago

    I normally fixed PBJ’s..but once in a while I would fix aWelch’s Concord Grape Jelly on Roman Meal bread with…wait for it…….REAL Butter!

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    cutiepie29  over 4 years ago

    For those who don’t know, “jelly” in the UK is essentially what those in the US know as gelatin, aka Jello [it’s a bit different, but close enough for comparison] while “jelly” in the US is a spread similar to jam except it is made from juice rather than fruit solids so it is transparent instead of opaque. Therefore, [in the US] you technically won’t be able to find strawberry and raspberry jellies or grape and apple jams, even if some refer to them that way. This has been your daily dose of [mostly] useless knowledge. =]

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    AmyGrantfan51774  over 4 years ago

    I have this comic also mmmmm jelly bread sandwiches!!!!!! only one problem where’s the peanut butter??!!!!!…. why didn’t she make peanut butter and jelly bread sandwiches?!!!!!

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