Kenneth Boa, John Alan Turner, The Gospel According to the Da Vinci Code: The Truth Behind the Writings of Dan Brown (2006) p. 27:
Understanding the postmodernism that dominates our culture is about as easy as nailing Jell-O to a tree.
Corey Sandler, Janice Keefe Performance Appraisals That Work: Features 150 Samples for Every Situation (2005) p. 1:
In most situations, writing a performance appraisal is like nailing Jell-O to the wall.
Rick Moody, The Diviners: A Novel (2005) p. 448:
"It's what we've got for now" his mother observes. "You think the Pilgrims had Jell-O? They didn't have any Jell-O. They didn't have one piece of fruit or anything. Orange slices in that Jell-O? Oranges come from Florida, probably. Florida was a swamp back then. The Pilgrims all had scurvy. Their teeth were falling out, and they never flossed."
Sarah Andrews, Fault Line (2002), p. 1:
I was driving down the Fell Street ramp off Highway into San Francisco. It was like skiing down a mountain made of Jell-O.
Maryann Reid, Sex and the Single Sister: Five Novellas (2002) p. 96:
"Well, I don't want no man," says Nydia, while popping a screwdriver Jell-O shot in her mouth.
We all laugh as they simulate sex sounds while eating their Jell-O shots.
Craig Lesley, Winterkill (1997) p. 151:
Right now, the way the truck vibrates, your stomach shakes like Jell-O.
Gregg Sapp, Building a Popular Science Library Collection for High School to Adult Learners (1995) p. 40:
Poke a piece of Jell-O, and it will shake and roll in indignation. Imagine a very long piece of Jell-O. By poking and tapping the Jell-O at one end, you can send a wave of Jell-O vibration travelling down to the other end.
Richard Powers, Galatea 2.2 (1995)
They’re erratic. Trying to get them to potentiate is like writing in Jell-O.