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Supermarket customer writes shopping lists in a specific order - and hits the nerve of many people

2024-02-21T04:23:13.228Z

Highlights: Supermarket customer writes shopping lists in a specific order - and hits the nerve of many people. X user from an unspecified place of residence has proven that this idea is not as utopian as it sounds. “I even order from the butcher so that you only have to go in one direction behind the counter,” comments one user with a wink. Another user: “At home I think to myself: Where is the snack? Ah, still in store.” Meanwhile, a Lidl customer recently found a five-page shopping list and calculated the total price of the XXL purchase.



As of: February 21, 2024, 5:10 a.m

By: Philipp Bräuner

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Saving time is possible everywhere, not least when shopping, as one X user proves.

Some others have a clear opinion on their strategy.

Munich – How nice would it be to simply walk through when shopping in a supermarket or discount store and put away the products left and right?

And that without having to think too much about their location?

An X user from an unspecified place of residence has proven that this idea is not as utopian as it sounds.

She obviously struck a chord with many people.

Like recently, perhaps the most amazing shopping list of all time.

Shopping list strategy for supermarket revealed – “Of course in the direction of travel”

The photo that the user posted on the topic initially seems rather unspectacular.

What you can see: A handwritten shopping list with some everyday items on it, especially groceries.

But the note apparently follows a meticulous system, the user comments.

“I've been busy and written a shopping list for this afternoon, of course in the direction of the products,” she explains.

“That’s what you do, right?”

It's not so clear at first glance whether other users see it the same way.

“I even order from the butcher so that you only have to go in one direction behind the counter,” comments one user with a wink.

“It’s effective,” the creator of the post directly explains her approach, “then you don’t have to run all over the place.”

The other user cannot object to this either.

Some people take a similar approach when writing a shopping list

Another user jumps straight into the strategy.

“I, too, always write my shopping list in the order in which I go,” she explains.

However, she has another trick for a more efficient shopping experience: “I leave space for additions on the sheet between the areas.”

For others, the X-user's confession triggers real euphoria.

“Finally someone who understands,” commented one follower.

But it's not just when she's shopping that she seems to value order: "And please say that you sort the dishes in the dishwasher." The user is obviously hitting the creator's door open.

“Of course I sort the dishes in the dishwasher,” she replies decisively, garnished with a suspicious emoji.

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Order on the shopping list: “Basically truck GPS route plan”

One can quickly make assumptions about where the user's love of order might come from.

In her profile description she lets it be known that she works for a shipping company.

Accordingly, one user writes about her shopping list: “Quite like a truck GPS route plan.” This obviously hits the mark.

“Yes, exactly,” replies the creator: “The training has to achieve something.”

A special shopping list variant caused a stir on X.

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But she ultimately admits that this efficiency can also have its disadvantages.

Because every now and then the fun literally seems to fall by the wayside when she stoically follows her plan: “At home I think to myself: Where is the snack?

Ah, still in store.” Meanwhile, a Lidl customer recently found a five-page shopping list - and calculated the total price of the XXL purchase.

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Source: merkur

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