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Apr 12 2011

"Of course I'm fucking civilized, you septic gash. I use mayonnaise on my chips!"

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Don't forget, yanks, chips = fries. In some European countries, it is customary to dip fries/chips in mayo rather than ketchup. Speaking for myself, I dip mine in a mixture of the two.
"I've got so much love, and so little time to share it. So hard."
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Wow, how very sensitive of STM. And what a pathetic tone. Almost makes you sad for him, to think that any of his love might be wasted.
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Merch update: After loads of requests, I have added "You're like a slinky" to the shops. I struggled with whether to do so, because it turns out that STM was plagiarizing. But, I figured, I'd put it in there, and let you guys make your own choice.

By the way, this is not the first time that Adam has said something in his sleep that he heard somewhere. The bizarre part is that Adam has no recollection of having heard it. He was as surprised as I was to learn that it wasn't original!


25 comments:

  1. Those of us who grew up in Southeast Idaho call the mixture of ketchup and mayo Fry Sauce. I didn't know until I was almost a teenager that people outside the area had never heard of it. Fry Sauce is the best! When I was growing up it was a condiment offered just like ketchup, mayo or mustard. McDonalds fry sauce was the best.

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  2. Here in PA, we dip french fries in gravy -it's a PA Dutch thing.

    And "so much love"? Really? He sure has a funny way of showing it.

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  3. I like the "septic gash" insult, actually. Never heard that one before.

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  4. I am sure septic refers to americans in this case. Septic tank = yank

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  5. Septic gash is quite a foul insult!! Even for STM, lol! Gash in the uk is a word for vagina.

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  6. In Utah, a mixture of ketchup and mayo is called "Fry Sauce". (Note to Rebecca, they have it in Souteast Idaho cuz it moved up there from Utah.)

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  7. I eat my fries the usual way with ketchup. However we have a pizza restaurant where everyone uses the "House" french salad dressing to dip the pizza as you eat it. It's good!

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  8. Oh, that wasn't very clear as to meaning. The pizza place is in the town where I live, not that I have any affilliation with it. I suppose people dip their fries in the french dressing too, although I never have.

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  9. Somewhere in Canada12 April 2011 at 16:31

    Strange Canadians that we are coat our fries with beef gravey and cheese curds, then some people add ketchup and lots of pepper. It looks quite discusting and even worse is called Poutine (poo-tean). Alas my daughter is a true Yukon-er and uses mayo if she can get it from McDonalds with out paying for it.

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  10. My sister-in-law and her daughter dip their fries in ranch dressing. And once when I was a child at Wendy's I saw a guy dipping his into his Frosty.

    I prefer ketchup. Mayo is strictly for chicken sandwiches.

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  11. Well if Adam didn't hear it maybe he read the slinky saying. Also I enjoy ketchup & mustard combo, ketchup & ranch combo, just plain ketchup, mustard, ranch, or bar-b-q sauce to dip my fries into as well as a Wendy's Frosty (in my opinion chocolate Frosty & salty fries are the best combo to have, but you gotta make sure that the fries are warm they don't go well with the Frosty when there cold.)

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  12. the original Dutch and Belgian Fries (for whatever reason they are called French Fries in English! I never got that) are always eaten with mayo. In the US I always got weird stares when I ordered them like that :D

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  13. Ive been using the mayo and ketchup combo for years, thought I invented it haha. Lived in Germany and mayo was the common condiment for fries(usually sprinkled with paprika).

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  14. Fries with sour cream and fresh pico . . . yum . . .

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  15. Mixture of ketchup & mayo = Fancy Sauce.

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  16. I'm in Mississippi and use mayo with strange looks. I got it from my father who got it, I think, when he traveled in Europe. Vinegar or vinegar diluted as Italian dressing is pretty good too. Nothing beats mayo though.

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  17. I've never had fries with mayo, but it sounds good!

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  18. Courtesy of wikipedia:

    The Utah-based Arctic Circle restaurant chain claims to have invented fry sauce around 1948.[1] However, a recipe for Thousand Island dressing dating from 1900 has mayonnaise and ketchup as the only ingredients, albeit in a 1:1 ratio.[2] Admittedly, this would not have been 'Fry Sauce' because French Fries were not known in the United States at that time. French Fries were introduced into common culture by American soldiers returning from service in the French speaking part of Belgium in World War I. Arctic Circle serves fry sauce in its restaurants in the western United States. Many other fast-food restaurants and family restaurants in the region, such as Carl's Jr, Crown Burgers, Apollo Burger, and Hires Big H, also offer their own versions of the sauce. Some variations include chopped pickles, chopped onions, and shredded cabbage. Utah franchise locations of McDonald's also carried fry sauce until 1997. Many other national fast food restaurants in Utah and nearby states serve fry sauce.

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  19. Am I the only one who uses a mayo and mustard mix on my fries? I will say that Fries (definitely warm!) with chocolate Wendy's frosty is amazing as well!

    And it's so nice to hear STM actually say something nice for a change ... well, for him one of two in a night is saying something. :o)

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  20. Fries and tartar sauce ftw!!! Nothing better.

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  21. Here in Uruguay that mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise is called Salsa Golf (Golf Sauce). But I dip mine in mayo, just like STM :D

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  22. I like dipping my fries in mayo. I like dipping my fries in ketchup. Yet for some reason I find the idea of mixing the two for dipping to be revolting.

    And yet I'll put both on a hamburger without batting an eye.

    Strange.

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  23. I'm american, and i LOVE eating fries w/ mayonaisse. People look at me weird, but american's are stupid. Screw ketchup, mayo is the stuff to eat !

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