Does anyone in this country have a tomato sauce bottle that ISN’T clogged?
A half-used jar of curry paste in the back of the fridge.
A jar of Milo that’s somehow compacted and is hard as a rock.
Some kind of Arnott’s biscuit, but more likely just a sad leftover collection of Kingstons because no one wanted to eat them from the assorted pack.
A jar of Moccona instant coffee for when grandma comes over.
A jar of Vegemite that has maybe half a serving left in it.
A block of Cadbury chocolate.
And a blue ice cream tub in the freezer.
Tomato sauce with a partially clogged nozzle so the sauce squirts out at weird angles.
A giant can of tuna from when it was on special at Coles because your mum thought she’d make tuna mornay or something, but then forgot about it.
Birthday candles that are half-burnt, but could totally be reused one day.
Some kind of packet pasta for emergencies.
A bag of frozen veggies that’s been there since you were in primary school.
A half-drunk bottle of Bundaberg Rum. Even if they don’t drink it for fun, it’s used in tea for sore throats.
A packet of Cup A Soup.
A box of Weet-Bix.
A packet of Red Rock Deli chips, Twisties, Burger Rings, or Smith’s — depending on what was on sale that week.
A can of beetroot.
A bottle of Vanilla Essence.
And finally, a random assortment of spices that have been used once or twice.