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When you have too much to do and little or no chance of ever being able to do it I find that it is always go back to doing what you do best – ie posting a discarded shopping list.
Today’s shopping list was found cast aside in the courgettes.
An older person I think. It shows that as a rule, the elderly start the day with porridge, then exist mainly on salad and tiramisu.
The again perhaps the top items suggests that this is not a shopping list, but rather a list of priorities.
Questions for study groups.
1. Don’t bother with the study today. Drink some tea and chat for a bit.
Posted by Dave at 7:23 pm on December 5, 2010 and filed under shopping lists.
This blog post does not merit being called anything.
I was out and about in the neighbourhood, scouring the empty shopping trolleys for completed cartoons that I could post on my blog or send to ecclesiastical newspapers. Once again I found nothing, so this will have to do:
This note was discarded, one assumes, by a chef purchasing essentials for some of the local delicacies. Note ‘Sasuages’, which are a form of sausages, but posher.
Questions for study groups
1) What did the author intend to write for item 6, before deciding upon ‘drinks’?
2) That’s an awfully thick pen for a shopping list, don’t you think?
3) Spend some time wandering off the topic for a bit.
Posted by Dave at 7:07 pm on November 7, 2010 and filed under Mundane, Utter nonsense, shopping lists.
It has been quite a weekend. First of all on Friday evening the Christian Blog (and other internet things) Awards, where I was awarded a ‘joint second best Christian blog’ certificate, with which I am very happy. I have to say that it was a rather impossible category to judge given the very different nature and purposes of the finalists’ blogs, all of which are good in their own ways. Congratulations to Jenny Baker of the Sophia Network who was the blogging winner.
Then yesterday to the internet conference, where I mingled with interesting people, gained inspiration of various kinds, chatted with friends and went to the pub. I’ll perhaps post some reflections about things I learnt through the mediums of rambling and diagrams at some future point.
Back to the awards: I’d like to say thank you to all readers for the 110% efforts that you have been putting in over the last six weeks. But now that we’re not trying to win an award I think it is time to declare an ‘era of slackness’, where the following are permitted:
- Ill thought out-comments, perhaps with occasional lapses in grammar and spelling
- The posting of comments whilst wearing gardening attire or a ratty old bathrobe (thanks Anne for the latter suggestion)
- Content that doesn’t really mention Christianity
- Whilst I, as blogger, pledge to continue to post regularly, occasional lapses in quality will be permitted. For instance, I may post shopping lists found in my supermarket trolley for collective analysis.
Shopping list found in my supermarket trolley
This has been posted for collective analysis.
Questions for study groups
What is ‘cross’
The apple puree. For a child, or pork?
The list writer. Male or female?
Yes, I do deliberately choose shopping trolleys that have other people’s shopping lists left in them.
Posted by Dave at 8:16 pm on October 17, 2010 and filed under Blogging, Utter nonsense, shopping lists.
I’ve got all sort of exciting things to post here before too long, but I thought I’d get back into the way of things by borrowing an idea from a talk I attended by the Illustrationist David Shrigley, that of posting shopping lists found lying around in and around the supermarket.
I thought it might be interesting to discuss and analyse this first list, found at about 7.30pm today in the car park of Tesco, Langdon Hills, Essex.
I am particularly interested to know what SK is, and what the lacquer was for, and whether ‘tenna’ was a cashback reminder.
If this goes well I will encourage the further posting of found shopping lists.
Posted by Dave at 11:31 pm on November 3, 2009 and filed under shopping lists.