Jenny in MD wanted to see the whole list from this post. I think if you click on it you can see it larger.
Some of the weirder things on the list are household words for things. We call ground turkey "turko," for example, and I'd be hard-pressed to tell you why. And "petted eggs" means the ones from "cage-free certified humane" chickens, because we picture the chickens being loved and petted (NO ONE NEED DISILLUSION ME ON THIS) and so of course the eggs would also be loved and petted. "LH" is Paul's nickname for me, so "LH milk" is skim milk. "Baby milk" and "baby yogurt" just means "the kind the kids drink/eat." "Pink cereal" is what the kids call strawberry shredded wheat.
I would like to point out that when he put guacamole-mix powder on the list over in Produce, he wrote it as "pow." So I was even less open to the argument that "Lysol disinfecting wipes, 80 ct, on sale for $2.99 - get 2" was INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION for him to come home with the correct item.
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...