French fries are the latest example of a popular food that’s about to get more expensive, according to an expert.
Having grown up in a city devoid of 'Mac-D', where only the rich kids could bring back Happy Meal toys and day-old burgers from another city, the recent opening of a McDonald's seems to say we're finally cool.
Plus, even the LA Times thinks In-N-Out's fries are bad.
This is a personal attack.
Antoine-Augustin Parmentier was the potato's ultimate hype man, who legend credits as the originator of the French fry.
They're tacky, ostentatious, impractical and, reader, I want one.
"[W]e really cannot be fighting or throat-punching people over our differences, or the differences between straight and crinkle-cut."
“It’s like the World Cup of taste. We’re from a small country, but our strikers ‘fries and mayo’ are doing really well. We are ready to go all the way.”
We will never again eat McDonald's fries without thinking about patchy-ass mice.
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