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  • Does that clothes the subject?

    October 2, 2012

  • But how can that be? It's clear that yarb has been tagged as anti-swaddling.

    October 1, 2012

  • No, she's back today! I blame yarb. Which, come to think of it, is more or less my default position in life. Swaddling monster that he is.

    October 1, 2012

  • How come sionnach doesn't have to see it anymore, but I do? I blame the archaeologists.

    October 1, 2012

  • Hey, what happened to the creepy visual? Now yarb will stop clicking, jelly shoes will stop trending, and civilization (as we know it) will come to an end. I blame the Mayans.

    October 1, 2012

  • I've been away for a while. But it's a relief to see that jelly shoes is still trending.

    September 26, 2012

  • I've been away for a while. But it's a relief to see that jelly shoes is still trending.

    May 26, 2012

  • totally disagree

    November 23, 2011

  • Oh good, jelly shoes is trending again! All's well in the world.

    November 23, 2011

  • She doesn't look Belgian to me, in any case.

    What is that thing? She looks like she's about to hurl it at a politician.

    October 20, 2011

  • I think the reason that jelly shoes are always trending is that yarb keeps clicking on this page, lured back each time by the unerotic and slightly creepy visual. Maybe the woman, if that's what the creature is, is Belgian.

    Oops! I just clicked on the photo, to discover that, on closer inspection, it's a young girl. Which makes the part above creepily inappropriate. Sorry, yarb!

    October 20, 2011

  • Still trending, that's a relief. But it's gonna be hard to beat "cat".

    June 21, 2011

  • Jelly shoes or jellies are shoes made of PVC plastic. This material allows them to be made in a wide variety of colors and styles. Jelly shoes made by the Brazil-based company Grendene Shoes were introduced into the U.S. in the early 1980s.

    April 12, 2011