Cheees

Kim, the lovely lady who took great care of Minx and my home while I was in Italy, found this right Royal list for us to study. I don’t think I have ever seen a shopping list on a piece of official currency. I wonder if there’s a law against defacing legal tender?Β 

A List Kim

I liked the eccentric spelling of cheese, and have my thoughts about what BAC and Sp might be. Let’s see if you agree with my guesses.

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I don’t know why my font has suddenly shrunk. It can’t be from any moisture in the air, that’s for sure. We badly need rain in Australia, please would you all do a rain dance, and do it like no one is watching you!Β 

Huh, once I published this, the font suddenly went back to normal. WordPress, you are naughty some days!

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  1. How you doing this week?
    (((HUGS))) no bugs or slugs! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜› πŸ˜€

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  2. Maybe the person who did this to a $5 note knew it was an illegal act, hence the secret code writing. I have no idea what they were on about.

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  3. I bet she was gonna make a bacon, spinach and tomato sandwich! With Cheeeeees!!!!!!

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  4. Gosh, I’m coming to this late. I first thought tobacco for BAC, but bacon spinach cheese could be right.

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  5. HA! I want it to be bacon, cheese, tomatoes, and spinach for an omelette or a salad!
    But, I think Sue is right. And the notations are “in code” so only the writer of them understands what it means.
    I’ve been rain-dancing and praying and hoping and wishing for rain, for fires to end, for safety after the rain. (I’ve seen flooding here after fires. 😦 )
    I’ve had money pass through my hands that has been written on. 😦
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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    • HA back to you, I wanted it be all groceries, also, but it seems Sue is correct. Now, we need a code breaker to find out what this person was up to!

      Oh, how I wish all of your endeavours would bring rain to my corner of Australia. I envy the areas who have had drenching rains, but because the soil was so parched, a lot of that precious fluid ran away as flooding. Australia just can’t take a trick, it seems.

      Take care, lovely C, you are one in a million! xxxx ❀

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  6. And we can’t even blame predicted text!
    Maybe it’s not a shopping list, perhaps it’s a reminder of some sort. BAC – a financial transaction, a transfer of funds, so a reminder to call at the bank.
    Other than that, I have no idea. πŸ™‚

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  7. Yes, there is a law on defacing currency in India, and no, I am not impressed.

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  8. Bacon? SpinachI can’t read the third word on the list.

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  9. Between you all you have provided the quiche

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  10. I always use spinach in my lamb curry. Silver beet reminds me of migrant camps. That kind of vegetable and lots of slabs of devon was given to us. My dad went to bed after arrival.It was too much. Of course all came good later on when garlic made its entree and ‘real’ coffee.

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    • Those migrant camps must have really been a testing ground. I was sure we would land in one, and then I remembered we had paid our own way, and we had to find our own place to rest our heads.

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    • I went to High School opposite the Villawood Migrant Hostel. I used to be envious of the jam sandwiches and Madeira cake students were sent to school with. Go figure. Then again, my mum was the world’s worst cook. Only vegetables she ever served were over-boiled potatoes and with green beans one day, peas the next. Fresh uncooked peas were nice, though. Baked bean sandwiches were not. For starters, how do you get the beans to stay on the bread?

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  11. Bacon and Spinach I reckon. Her Majesty looks like she is not amused with this list, but once she gets a bit of bacon, cheese, tomato and spinach shoved into her mouth she might well begin to smile. I think it’s called a Meghan Hamburger.

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  12. Aaaaah, the workplace junior has been sent out for the lunches and he/she has written the order on each of the notes for payment. Bacon, cheese, tomato – sp. (but what is Sp?)
    And yes, it is illegal to “deface, disfigure, mutilate or destroy” current money. Also illegal to “sell” it i.e. pass it on. The Crimes (Currency) Act does not define “deface” or “disfigure”, but this would be an example.
    $5,000 or imprisonment for two years, or both!!!!

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