'Husband-proof' grocery list goes viral, could save your relationship!

Who would have thought that a grocery list could cause trouble in paradise.

A women in India posted a “dummy-proof” shopping list on her Twitter account to aid her husband with their weekly online food shopping and has been dubbed the “perfect explanation” for amateur shoppers after it went viral.

On the shopping list, each item was listed along with a small drawing of the vegetable, including meticulous bullet points on what to look out for when picking it up in the supermarket.

This is Era Golwalkar grocery list

Turns out several other listeners have experienced similar issues involving grocery lists.

I shop better than my wife. When she does groceries we always run out mid month. When you go shopping with her you leave the house at eight in the morning and return at eight in the evening.

King, caller

When my husband gets time he'll go to a store and send me pictures of different types of cheese and ask me which ones do i want.

Fatima, caller

Listen to the rest of the open line in the clip below:


This article first appeared on 702 : 'Husband-proof' grocery list goes viral, could save your relationship!


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