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!
The tittle on milk is nearly a heart. The tittles on high juice are just the start of circles. The tittles on Pinot Grigio are more fully formed. The tittle on veggie burgers is an ambitious galaxy of a swirl.
Why would you specify that the butter was for Pete and yourself?
Is this person Australian, abbreviating cabbage to ‘cabbo’? Kitchen roll shortened to kroll. Great shopping list.
Butter (Pete)(Me), toothpaste, sugar, tea, kitchen roll, juice, milk, fish x 2, cabbo, lettuce, spring onions.