Here's my grocery list from shopping today before a couple Public Holidays in short order maybe mess up my routine:
- Two 1.5-Liter bottles, Coke Light with Lemon. (This is Diet Coke with Lemon in the US, and it's about the only regionalism that I forget to avoid back home, amusing my parents so much it's worth doing it on purpose.)
- One 1.5-Liter bottle, 7-Up Ice. (It's kind of a more minty 7-Up.)
- One jar Creamy Peter Pan Peanut Butter. (Deep down I don't understand people who get chunky, much less super chunky.)
- One jar Smuckers blueberry jam. (Note: Not blubbery jam.)
- Four toaster oven pizzas, assorted. (The sorts are Hawaiian -- with pineapple; Italian -- with olives; Beef rendang; Chicken tandoori.)
- One loaf, California Raisin bread. (It's good for sandwiches.)
- One package, vanilla wafers. (What can I say? It may not be much, but I like it.)
- One tin, Copenhagen butter cookies. (It's been years.)
- One bathroom scrub brush. (I no longer trust my bubbles to do my scrubbing for me.)
Somewhere out there a data miner is wondering how a sitcom bachelor's data got in the working set. But it comes from the fact I can go several hawker centers or restaurants most reasonable hours, so my only need is to cover midnight snacks, or not wanting to leave the house weekend mornings. Since I don't have a stove or microwave, just a toaster oven, that drives me to maintenance-free foods. At most I have to plan that in the worst case, where I feel too sick to leave the house and don't have the cash for delivery, that I won't go hungry for a few days, and this sort of grocery list plus the pack of Lenders bagels I had guarantee I won't be that badly off.
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