Left behind groceries at LIDL (Rousse)

A pile of groceries lay on the floor at the entrance to LIDL: a cabbage, a dozen potatoes, a few sprouts, and six tins of tomatoes. They’d been there for at least two days, but nobody knew the reason why. Perhaps somebody had forgotten their shopping? Or could this be a novel art installation?

When we passed it again – this time with GG on the way to see his new house and meet his fiancée – I was sorely tempted to pick everything up, take it home, and transform it into soup.

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