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"I'm jelly" means "I'm jealous"
Do you use it?
Hi Yumi, why this question?
I heard this phrase.
but it isn't on my dictionary.
I personally don't use that. I think it is usually used on television in silly shows. It's not used very often in every day conversation, as far as I know.
Yes it does mean jealous, but people use it as a rhyme. It is proper to use with your friends, as of trying to make a joke. Lol
Right it means Jealous , but people use it for fun, or as a joke with friends ..
yes it belong to the word jealous
We say "jel" in Newcastle."Are you jel?"I'd only say it as a joke though.People also ask, "what's the gen?" which I assume means "general news".