Myrtleford, Australia!

This is a fun, fresh blog that I follow. Maybe we can find world-wide shopping lists for Paul to share.

Do visit his blog, it’s interesting to see what he finds, and what he interprets about the people who wrote the lists.

Paul would love to receive lists from around the globe, so if you feel like being part of that, here is his email address:

Hi, Please send any lists to addresstogiveaway@gmail.com saying where and when you found the lists and I will post them on the blog. Many thanks!

The Shopping Lists - A Collection of Found Shopping Lists


The international debut for http://www.theshoppinglists.com

This list was VERY kindly supplied by Yvonne, she says:

“I found this list in the Coles Supermarket, Myrtleford, Victoria, Australia on 22 September. Looks like some hearty pea and ham soup is going to be on the menu!”

Cheese, cream, apples, veg’s, dinner, ham hock, split peas.

Thanks Yvonne, if you find any more lists, please keep them coming!

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  1. Andante

    Used to use “Alilaguna”, but tend now to find ‘bus from Marco Polo and then vap to nearest stop (very near) on Grand Canal the easiest. Only a short case-trundle then. Glad “they” have upgraded the Airport end for boats – it was a long downhill to a quite chilly stop at the waterside, wasn’t it?
    Now: does that mean we are a large part of the horde – or than we are a benevolent portion of the horde??

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  2. Andante

    Really missing your Venice Pictures … so much that we’ll be there ourselves in a week or two!

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    • Have a good time, try to avoid the never-ending tourist crush.

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      • Andante

        That’s most of the reason why we never go in “the Season” – happier with wellies than a sun-block, too. We do try our best to avoid the hordes … but I suppose we’re (gulp) part of them! Oh dear…..

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        • “The Season” seems endless in Venice now.😦 You’re a good part of the horde.

          Do you come into Venice via water (or bus to Piazzale Roma)? The upgrade at the docking area of the airport has been finished, very posh it looks!

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  3. I am a bit worried. Have you stopped blogging or what?

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  4. How are you doing?
    Hope all is well!
    (((HUGS))) and can you believe it’s almost November?!?!🙂

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  5. Liz

    I agree absolutely. They were not sure whether to serve it for dinner or not!

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  6. Such a clever, clever idea. So glad I popped in and saw it. Thanks, Yvonne.

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  7. What a fun creative cool idea!
    Ham and split peas…yum!
    Stopping by with some (((HUGS)))🙂

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  8. What a great idea
    the foods from across
    The world
    What other common denominator
    Is there but food
    Great post
    Excellent find

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  9. This is an original idea that can allow to perceive various aspects of civilization and especially the diets in the world through the shopping lists. if I found such a list I may send it to the the author of this site .
    Love❤
    Michel

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  10. That was very distracting… I went to the website. How can I possibly be interested in whether a stranger wants spagbol sauce or pink biscuits? Humans are funny.

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  11. How fun is that? Perhaps i could send him a list of mine where I can no longer understand what it is I wrote in the first place!

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  12. I now have a dedicated email address for shopping list submissions to Theshoppinglists.com TheListCollector@gmail.com Please feel free to use it to send me shopping lists. If you can note where and when the list was used/found it would be much appreciated. Many thanks!

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  13. I christen this obsession listomania! (Not to be confused with Lisztomania, the 19C adulation of Franz Liszt and a curious 60s film if the same name!)

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  14. What a great find. Thanks for the list and the link.

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  15. My ex-husband used to add things to my lists, intending to amuse me. One of the most memorable additions was, “bolts for neck” (referring to Dr. Frankenstein’s monster whose head was attached with bolts, in case you grew up in a vacuum). I still miss that man ~sigh~

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  16. Hi, Please send any lists to addresstogiveaway@gmail.com saying where and when you found the lists and I will post them on the blog. Many thanks!

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  17. Great fun, Yvonne! I went to check out the site. It certainly appeals to our universal nosiness and wonderment about other people’s private lives…..

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  18. Such neat handwriting. Now we should guess the writer’s age.Love the question mark on the list- some random shopping about to occur for dinner.

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  19. A great list. I love finding shopping lists and always study them closely. Keep them coming.

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    • I’ll ask Paul if I can post his email address, then you can send him images of shopping lists, with or without comments. He has a most original blog, who would have thought the lowly shopping lists could be so interesting!

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  20. Thanks for this Yvonne – I have a list to send in!

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