how do you make a pbj sandwich
shayla, im a vegetarian now... again i cant even eat geletin i thing jelly might have that
Take a slice of bread, lay it down and grab a knife. Use the knife to take the peanut butter out of the jar and spread it evenly from the middle outward (so none comes out the edges).
Take the other slice and repeat with a clean knife with jelly.
Put the peanut butter side to the jelly side and you have a sandwich.
really? im a vegguie too!!
haha true love eh?
girl i miss you so much!
i always wannna call you but when i wannna call, your going to be in school or something.
and honey you just oput some pb on some bread and some jelly! lol
i love you and miss you so much!!!!!!!
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