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.
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.
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.
This shopping list owner likes detail, 2 bananas precisely, “Kellogg’s”cereal rather than just cereal, “Ryvita Rye Crispbreads” when Ryvita would have sufficed. In fact I think this list was written for somebody else to do the shopping, the numbers and brands are instructions.
Does whisky and American mean whisky and whiskey?
Tomatoes, Mediterranean vegetables x 1, strawberries, apples, bananas x 2, salmon x 1, sweet potatoes, milk, small red milk, bleach, rinse aid, kitchen rolls, bread, lime cordial, still water, Kellogg’s fruit and fibre (purple pack), Ryvita rye crispbreads, whisky + American.