A5 Lined note paper with blue biro. Consistent use of the grocer’s apostrophe.
A grocer’s apostrophe is a spelling mistake caused by placing an apostrophe before the s of a plural word. In English, the plural form of a word is most commonly shown by adding an s to the end (e.g., “cats,” “bananas,” “pictures”). Don’t add your own apostrophe!
A family of four with a toddler and a cat demand a lot of shopping.
This list looks to be shopping for a week with main meals consisting of sausages, fish cakes, mince and chicken served with sweet corn and chips and potato waffles.
Desserts include muffins, crumpets, cakes, yoghurts, custard and cereal bars.
Snacks encompass a number of types of crisps together with chocolates, Jaffa cakes, raisins and Baby Bels.
Breakfast will be well catered for with a number of types of cereal. These are Krave (HN), cinnamon, HN Clusters and something abbreviated to BG. I am not sure what BG is but I am guessing the HN stands for Honey Nut. This is quite an array of sweet choices.
Donated by a generous benefactor, this list has 11 items excluding mysterious line 8 which has been crossed out. I believe it may say ‘ice cre’ but I may be mistaken.
I would suggest the list was written in three sections at different times. Down to Evian is all capitalised, then comes the crossed off item in what looks to be lower case and then there is the third contribution in different pen.
This list is very Summery, you will not see these items listed in a few months time (unless you are in the southern hemisphere).