Torn piece of note paper, turned, with blue biro. I am not sure I can read all of these words. My best guess is:
- Chocolate almond
- Cashew x 1
- Orange juice
A lot of nuts, or very few is the lack of plurals is to be considered seriously.
Interestingly, this list has two sides. What are we to make of this?
Sainsbury’s, Reading, 18th May 2022
A list on A4 lined and punched paper pulled from a pad. Written in biro by two people. The first in capitals, the second amending in what looks to be an older style in lower case.
Ordinary tea suggests that other types of tea are sometimes purchased. Quite a healthy list, no meat, low fat.
Sainsbury’s, Reading 3rd August 2021
This is all perfectly clear, the list reads: Soup, fogultunt?, cereal, pomegranate, bhasumiss?, rocket, rinpoos?, kitchen roll, cats, boats?, crisps/nuts.
They say that the most intelligent have hard to read hand writing, for example doctors, and indeed Einstein:
This list was donated by John.
To be used at Sainsbury’s, Wantage.
1st September 2016
Great list, couple with children and a friend called Miguel who is celebrating a birthday.
Em and Neil Dinner, sushi stuff, milk, pizza and bits for boys, washing up liquid, cereals, nuts, Miguel birthday present, popcorn, eggs, bacon, night cream.
Donated by Neil
Sainsbury’s Richmond, London
6th April 2016
Glu cos?, milk, potatoes, butter x 3, eggs, meat, greens, ham, 1 pk b/beans, crisps, nuts, bacon, cuscus, unsure. [sic]
The purchased items have been diligently crossed off. It is a shame there were no nuts. And also no sign of Glu cos?
Found Aldi, Reading.
20th April 2013