Split Peas


What are these numbers?  This list was found by Steve and he thinks they could be a running total of the prices.

What else do we know?  This list was taken from a spiral bound notepad which has been cut vertically.  The list was written by more that one person, compare BLACK BAGS with Bananas, not only capitalisation but also a difference in the Bs.

This person is a crosser offer.  They have bought no meat, a vegetarian?  Actually there is some ham near the end.

The addition of the newspaper on the list suggest a weekly newspaper rather than a daily.  This fits as Steve found the list on a Sunday

Milk, choc spread, sweet pots, pots, frozen fruit, fruit, toms, orange juice, newspaper, black bags, bananas, rice, shampoo, sensodyne, shower gel, cheese, ham, split peas, shampoo.

Found by Steve in Sainsbury’s in Tadley.

23rd October 2016

Blue Sugar Cubes

This could be a classic tagine, any cooks out there, please correct me if I am mistaken.

Tomatoes, chicken thighs, sugar cubes, chicken (coacoo)?, salad, toms, Avacado, mixed herbs, paprika, honey, ground cumin, onions, apricot.

Found by John in Sainsbury’s, Newbury

Date unknown.

Knight Frank

I guess this person works for Knight Frank or they are buying or selling a house with them.

Cat owner. What is Nub?

Rice krispies, shreddies, cat food x 2, coffee 37 x 3, veg, yoghurt, lacto free (not sure what), nub, bananas and kiwis, bread.

Found by Angela, Waitrose, Basingstoke.

Date unsure.

 

Joey Bags

Another kind contribution from Southampton Old Lady, she says:

I went to Bristol at the week-end and found this colourful list on some street art (viewed from the bridge on Park Street towards the Hatchet Inn) – don’t know if its within your rules, but I would love to know more about the person who wrote it.


I don’t know what Joey Bags are – on a Google search they could be 1. handy-sized plastic skips, 2. man-bags aka Joey from Friends or 3. recycled tweed bags designed by Joey D – 4. It could be the slang name for artist himself. Although I think that he is Silent Hobo (one of three Indigo Babies pictured – probably the one in the hat).

Southampton Old Lady (Sol)

Eggs, milk, joey bags

Found in Bristol, 15th October 2016

Kitchen Soap

This person is a crosser-offer, it seems all items were obtained bar the first two.  

No vegetables on this shopping list but plenty of fruit.
The usual staples procured, bread, cheese, milk, eggs. Pizza and curry on the menu. 

Male or female?

Toilet paper, tomato sauce, curry, milk, potatoes, fruit, bananas, apples, grapes, bread, ham, eggs, sausages, butter, ice creams, pizza, cream cheese, tena 40, kitchen soap, squash.

Found Aldi, Reading.

27th August 2016

Coke, Deoderant, Tonight’s Dinner

Another classic from Sol – Southampton Old Lady 

She says she found this list on a passenger walkway at the Port of Southampton.  I wonder if this person worked there and was going to do some grocery shopping on the way home but lost the list?

The list does seem to be heavily beverage focused.

What is wine number 1?

Coke, deodorant, tonight’s dinner, wine #1, beer, orange squash, blackcurrent, bread, ham (freezer?).

 

Southampton Old Lady!

Gratefully found and contributed by Southampton Old Lady.  She does not mention where the list comes from but she says:

Someone is about to do some seasonal cleaning as these are mainly cleaning items: Mr Muscle sink unblocker, Viakal limescale (remover), soap powder, Flash bathroom cleaner, muffins, butter, milk 2pt (2 pint size), toilet rolls, kitchen rolls.

 

Many thanks!!!

 

 

Lucky Dog

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The one thing that is essential, and should be put on the list first, is a sieving spoon. Second priority is some executive food for the dog.  Once everything has been purchased, Hello magazine and a lottery ticket should be bought.

There are a few items here which are unclear.  Any help is appreciated.

Sieving spoon, dog paté, dog mince, cheese, yoghurts, veg all, T bags, lemonade, cereal bars, ?, gress?, tomatoes, potatoes, frozen mixed veg, frozen fish, bread, Hello, lottery.

Found Morrisons, Reading
29th September 2016

Three Cucumbers!

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Three cucumbers!  Nobody buys three cucumbers!  Maybe this hard working mum is also catering for the local cricket club and making sandwiches for the home and away teams.  That may explain why 3 loaves of bread and 9 bottles of squash are required. Actually the cricket season has finished here so there must be something else going on.

Lots of fruit and veg which is good to see but also lots of kiddie friendly meat products, chicken fingers, hot dog sausages, burgers and of course who could ignore the turkey jetti:

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Lettuce, tomatoes, veg, mushrooms, apples, peppers, spring onions, cucumber x 3, bread x 3, squash x 9, noodles, chili sauce, paste, peas, gravy, hot dog sausages, milk, chick ham, butter, yoghurt, nappies, washing up liquid, crisps, water x 2, kids cartons, biscuits, crackers, deorant, shampoo, buble bath, burgers (kids), chick fingers, turkey jetti, belly pork, mince, roast meat, 4 meals.

Found Morrisons, Reading

29th September 2016