What is the function of [color=darkred]‘but’ in the sentence ? How would you interpret the part following the ‘but’?
Thank you.

Ah, here you are: "Everyday, you get home from the shops with a bag of cat food and bin-liners and realise that, yet again, you failed to have cosmetic surgery, book a cheap weekend in Paris, change your name to something more glamorous, but the fifth series of The Sopranos, divorce your spouse, sell up and move to Devon, or adopt a child from Guatemala.”

typo - should be ‘buy’.

That’s my guess, anyway!