Who doesn't like French fries? The answer is no one. Unless maybe you're a monster.
In what can only be described as the most important task of the day, we embarked on a journey to describe what your favorite type of French fry says about you. Our highly scientific approach ensures that there are no inaccuracies in our findings. If you're unhappy with your results, all we can say is -- don't hate the player, hate the game.
Curly Fries: You're a little picky, but for a good reason. You've tasted the good things in life and won't settle for anything less than the absolute best. Keep fighting the good fight.
Waffle fries: Like your life, your fry choice is full of holes. You don't know whether the glass if half-full or half-empty. You can be rather indecisive, but we have faith that one day, you'll figure it out and see the (curly fry) light.
Regular French fries: When it comes to food, you don't mess around. You always know what you're going to order at a restaurant before you even open the menu (hello, you research it beforehand) and you don't care for the extra frills in life. While you're open to trying something exotic like a truffle fry, the classic French fry will always have your heart.
Steak fries: OK, we're going to give it to you straight: You're bland. You would be well advised to spice up your fry choice and your life.
Sweet potato fries: To be honest, you're a little annoying. Sweet potato fries are the most high maintenance of all French fries. Also you're not fooling anyone, we all know that this is a lazy attempt at being healthy. Word to the wise: When you're eating fries, just go for it.
Cheese fries: If you like cheese fries, you're pretty much it. Everyone loves you and wants to be around you. Basically, you're squad goals.
Onion rings: Yes, we know these aren't fries. But they're often presented as a viable option. If you choose onion rings over fries, you're a little left of center. You march to the beat of your own drum, and you're a non-conformist. There is a high chance that one day, you'll take over the world.
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