This list was kindly donated back in November 2017, a long time ago. I am very sorry to say that the email address I use for shopping list donations has not been looked at for that long, as for some reason I could not log in to the account.
The issue has been fixed today!
Here is the text accompanying the donation:
I spotted this list on the floor of the newly renovated Coles supermarket in Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia. I didn’t hesitate a second to swoop on it.
The item “Listerine Tabs” intrigued me, I didn’t know Listerine came in tablets. When looking online to find out more about this, I found a report on a student’s project, to design travel packs of the tablets. I’d sure buy them!
I have no idea what Tomato-Corri could be, unless it’s 2 separate items, the second being Coriander.
Then, I noticed that the list was written on the back of a receipt from the only other supermarket in town, Foodworks. This shopper seems to be a good recycler!
This second photo shows what he/she bought at Foodworks, 4 days earlier.
Kindly donated by: https://ytaba.wordpress.com
Many thanks for the submission and sorry for the 2 year delay in posting.
2 thoughts on “The Day I Hit The Jackpot”
Hey, better late than never, eh?
I think I know what Listerine tabs are now. They’re little strips you tears off and put on your tongue so your breath is ready for … anything!
Ha, tabs, not tablets.