Cereal Offender

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.

Location and date found not recorded.

P&G

This appears to be shopping for two people in two hands with two pens.

They are working age dog and cat owners with no children.

On P’s side of the list we have chicken, weetabix, French fries, custard creams, cokes and tissues. On G’s side we have duck in plum, chick/mushrooms, cold puds (eclair), trifle, lattes, cookies and chocs.

Some items have been crossed off, some have been circled. Some items in capitals and some in lower case. Notice the change of pen between hand wash and pads/pants.

Sainsbury’s, Reading. 3rd August 2021

School Blouses 

A simple list appropriate for the time of year when it is the school Summer holiday but the Autumn term comes inevitably closer.

I would suggest that the owner of this list intended to visit one of the larger super markets which sells clothes, household goods and food.  Alternatively this was a list for a visit to ‘town’ where multiple shops were to be visited.  I don’t see many of those lists.

Whoever the owner is, she has a sweet tooth and so do her friends.  The owner is female.

Interesting curve on the top of the capitalised letter F.  Normally this is more of a 90 degree angle.

 

Mum, I Snapped Your Hairbrush

Here’s a good one.  The front of the list is great, strange use of ‘z’ for plurals and a few unknowns but it is the back of the list that stands out – scroll down!


How nice.  I hope Mum was happy with the replacement and the kind note.

Salad, fruit, veg, pots, onions, cereal, rice krispies, cheese, ham, t bags, cake, crisps, choc bars, bread, ???, mayo, ???, tuna tinned?, tinned beanz?, tinned toms, eggs, passatta, cheese sauce, bubble bath, golden syrup, juice, butter, t rolls, k rolls, pasta, kidney beanz, stock pots, plenty of ale?

Sainsbury’s, Calcot, Reading

October 2016

Dog ham?

Makeup remover pads, gaviscon, crisps, egg fried rice x 2, chocolate, linguine, prawn crackers, Bombay potatoes, chicken, cereal bars, rolls, bread, white wine, eggs, yoghurts, cold meat, dog ham, orange juice, grated cheese, sausage rolls, chicken, cucumber, bananas, fruit, mushrooms, jackets, ice creams, garlic bread, chair, chocs for Ruth.

Note how Rob gets four of his own yoghurts and Ruth is going to get some chocolates.  12 eggs is rather a lot and what is dog ham?

This is a useful reference on the subject:

canigivemydog.com/ham

Maybe the owner was trying to recreate:

Independent: Dog with ham on its face tricks people on Facebook into praying for ‘burns recovery’

 

 

Good Luck Isaac


Make a bread, chicken chunks?, potatoes, salade, cucumber, carrots, onions, tomatoes, juice, bbq coal, cake, ice, sausage, eggs, olives, crisps, lemonad, cocolate, water, larger, sausage 13^, salmen fish.


A poignant message from Isaac on the rear.

Unknown location and date. Probably Spring/Summer 2013.

Lunch Stuff


Bread, crumpets, milk, crisps, chocs, lunch stuff, peas, cokes, meals – pizza etc, cheese, new potatoes, biscuits.

Note the apostrophes in the plurals. Also a mixture of capitals and lower case.

Found Morrisons, Reading.

8th April 2013

Angela’s Beef Wellington


Olive oil, red wine vinegar, mushrooms, thyme, pastry, Parma ham, eggs, shallots, bay leaves, beef stock, potatoes, veg, chicken, lemon, butter, cream, chocolate.

From Angela, Waitrose, Basingstoke.

30th July 2016