At the Station

Found on the ground outside the waiting room at Reading Station.

The list reads:

Peppers

Parsnips?

Onions

Courgettes?

Broccoli

Milk

V. Parmesan

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Butter?

The list has been walked on as has the indication of sole prints upon it. The person is buying no meat or carbohydrates. Spelling not perfect.

A top up shop. Likely from a town centre shop rather than a supermarket.

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Lager lager

This is a man’s list alright!

Beer, battered chicken, 2 meat feast pizzas, baked beans, cheese, toilet roll and one tomato.

Aldi 8th June 2017

W’ U Liquid

Normal list, tea, milk, washing up liquid, salad, fruit, sauce….  but wait a second, what are coatings?

I like the flair on the dot on the i in liquid.  And I like the apostrophe in the abbreviation of washing to ‘w’.

Interesting person.  Good work.

Aldi Reading – 8th June 2017

Angela Snacks

 

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1 Milk is added twice.  Is this 2 Milks or did the person forgot that by the time they reached item 9 that item 2 was milk?

Other questions include, what is Cat – met?

Also, what is A/M?

This is not a main shop but rather a mid sized top up visit to the supermarket.  There was Scampi, chips and peas on the menu that night for sure.

 

 

 

Bannans

Kindly dontated by Andy.  This shopping list was found in a Sainsbury’s in Oxfordshire. This is a bit traditional with lard, sprouts and tinned fruit but the item to note is the Bannans [sic].

 

19th November 2016

Sainsbury’s Didcot, Oxforshire

Pen and Pencil


There are two lists here, one in pencil and then a later addition in pen.

In Pencil: Soup, courgettes, salad, croutons, milk, nappies, tea bags

In Pen: bread, olive oil, balsamic

Starters with a cup of tea and nappies.

Found Aldi, Didcot

29th September 2016

Split Peas


What are these numbers?  This list was found by Steve and he thinks they could be a running total of the prices.

What else do we know?  This list was taken from a spiral bound notepad which has been cut vertically.  The list was written by more that one person, compare BLACK BAGS with Bananas, not only capitalisation but also a difference in the Bs.

This person is a crosser offer.  They have bought no meat, a vegetarian?  Actually there is some ham near the end.

The addition of the newspaper on the list suggest a weekly newspaper rather than a daily.  This fits as Steve found the list on a Sunday

Milk, choc spread, sweet pots, pots, frozen fruit, fruit, toms, orange juice, newspaper, black bags, bananas, rice, shampoo, sensodyne, shower gel, cheese, ham, split peas, shampoo.

Found by Steve in Sainsbury’s in Tadley.

23rd October 2016