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.
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.
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
Wow, where to begin? There is so much to say here. Please use the comments section freely to explain what this is all about.
Firstly, what are the numbers 124 and 485 relating to?
Is it Liah who provided £20, £40, £20 for Kentucky Fried Chicken? Is it actually Leah or have I misread this?
What are ‘true you test strips’?
WHAT IS A BEANIE FISH???
This list was written in two sittings.
125 £20, £40, £20 from Liah for KFC, sml milk | weetabix 485, 3 muller corners, bread, 2 macoroni cheese, jam, 2 irish stew, marmalade, 6 B Bars, sm mini choc rolls, true you test strips, 3 cheap gaviscon, not sure on the next bit, 1 basics orange juice, 2 cat treats, beanie fish, 2 drinks Lynne & me. £50.
Found Sainsbury’s, Calcot, Reading
26th September 2016
Apples, satsumas, salmon, lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, mint, orange, crisps, antiseptic wipes, surf, conditioner, blue milk, orange juice, fizzy, lemonade, eggs, bread, crusty bread, BBQ sauce, mustard, bleach, toilet roll, kitchen roll, benecol, yoghurts, extra ham, salami, steam fresh?, lollies, prawns.
This is a big weekly shop. Salad on the menu. Maybe children are involved as there are lollies listed.
What is steamfresh?
Found Tesco, Reading
9th August 2016
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:
Maybe the owner was trying to recreate:
Independent: Dog with ham on its face tricks people on Facebook into praying for ‘burns recovery’