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To ask if anyone has any interest in dissecting a discarded Aussie shopping list??

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WhereTheFuckIsMyFuckingCoat Mon 13-Mar-17 09:35:31

So, who wrote it? What were they prepping for? Any guesses as to the non U.K. Items? I have to admit to not recognising a couple of things. Anyone want to play??

TheStoic Mon 13-Mar-17 09:40:25

What don't you recognise?

AuntieStella Mon 13-Mar-17 09:43:06

I make it:

apple juice
uglies (the fruit, I guess)

plain chips (ie crisps)
shapes no BBQ (some sort of shaped potato snack bear ? or Pringle

fruit ???? (another snack?)

100%. ???
Scotch fingers (shortbread?)

?? stuff

Jiff (probably Cif or perhaps lemon juice)


Ham (naiceness not specified)


WhereTheFuckIsMyFuckingCoat Mon 13-Mar-17 09:43:30

Fruit ?

100% ?

? Stuff

Maybe I'm just crap at deciphering handwriting.

RedBullBlood Mon 13-Mar-17 09:43:50

Scotch fingers are shortbread biscuits.
Jiff is the same as Cif.

RedBullBlood Mon 13-Mar-17 09:44:52

Oh, and Shapes are small flavoured crackers in a box.

ChasingAPinkBall Mon 13-Mar-17 09:45:02

4th one down I read as 'vag lips'.
I now see it says 'Uglies' which I assume to be Ugly fruit?

Daysies Mon 13-Mar-17 09:45:57

Well, the BBQ shapes are the best kind so they clearly oughtn't be trusted with shopping! They are delicious baked snacks.

Llamacorn Mon 13-Mar-17 09:46:15

Looks all normal to me?

RedBullBlood Mon 13-Mar-17 09:46:46

And now I see you weren't looking for translations... doh!

TheStoic Mon 13-Mar-17 09:47:05

I think they might have a rat problem....rat stuff?

Goldenhandshake Mon 13-Mar-17 09:48:28

I make it:

apple juice
uglies (The fruit)
plain chips
shapes no bbq (I think there are crisps called shapes)
Fruit jellies???
100% fruit ?
Scotch fingers

Panty liners
rat stuff (poison I assume)

EpoxyResin Mon 13-Mar-17 09:49:18

Aww, I was thinking they had pet ratties!

WombattingFree Mon 13-Mar-17 09:49:23

BBQ shapes are the only shapes they should be buying!

Goldenhandshake Mon 13-Mar-17 09:49:50

I think prepping for a small kids party? Judging by all the crisps/biscuitty things...

nelipotter Mon 13-Mar-17 09:50:35

nope - an aussie here - what kind of a fruit is an 'uglies'????

MaitlandGirl Mon 13-Mar-17 09:50:36

Uglies are monster shaped cookies and BBQ shapes are only good if it's the old recipe, the new one is vile!

RedBullBlood Mon 13-Mar-17 09:54:02

Right, she's having a tea party and really hoping a rat doesn't appear in the kitchen. Also the liners and panadol indicate she's chosen a bad time for a tea party.

JerryFerry Mon 13-Mar-17 09:55:08

Hardly difficult

Apple juice
Uglies (actually I read this as vegetable something)
Plain chips
100% fruit scones
Scotch fingers
Panty liners
Rat stuff

Llamacorn Mon 13-Mar-17 09:59:40

I thought it said fruit tins?

Uglies either the fruit or the little crappy toy thing. (Made by moose toys, same as shopkins originated in aus afaik)

100% fruit juice.

I think it's written by a mum, sorting a packed lunch for the week with fruit and apple juice, plus bribery with the Oreos.

She's just finished af hence the pantyliners and she has a hormonal stress headache too so put panadol on the list.

Scones are for a sneaky mum treat.

Rat stuff is for pest control. I'm presuming in the bathroom (don't know why) That's what the jiffs for grin

(Does anyone else remember confused to be jiff? I still call it that)

WhereTheFuckIsMyFuckingCoat Mon 13-Mar-17 10:00:22

Right, ok, just realised that uglies are those horrid monster snacks. But what are 100% fruit scones?

Really didn't read it as rat stuff. Eew.

Llamacorn Mon 13-Mar-17 10:01:59

*it used.

WhereTheFuckIsMyFuckingCoat Mon 13-Mar-17 10:03:52


DJBaggySmalls Mon 13-Mar-17 10:05:56

Fruit Jews? Uglies? Rat stuff? Do they want to kill rats or do they keep pet ones? I'm so confused.

YetAnotherSpartacus Mon 13-Mar-17 10:07:09

Shouldn't it be 'naice ham'?

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