Fries That Are A Footlong Exist, And All Is Right With The World
Fries make the world go round (or they should, am I right?). Any innovation in the land of fries is very important for civilization (and to think that people use the word potato as an insult). Well, guess what, Japan (the oracle of almost all cool/weird food trends) has footlong french fries, and never in my life have I ever been so jealous (okay, maybe like one other time).
In a video posted by Insider, they visit a restaurant in Australia called Harajuku Gyoza, which serves French fries that are over a foot long. In the video, the restaurant’s operation manager, Masa Endo, explains that long fries are extremely popular in Japan and that Harajuku Gyoza wanted to share that trend with Australians (just FYI, India’s just a hop, a skip, a jump, and a flight away, hint hint).
These are some loooong fries! pic.twitter.com/ghAQq39A5y
— INSIDER food (@InsiderFood) 10 November 2017
Of course, Twitter (being Twitter) had many thoughts:
— MM (@_Kfmf) 12 November 2017
— Don Clark (@djtheeditor) 11 November 2017
You know what to do. pic.twitter.com/86rGrJd8yK
— Troll Cat (@2p2TrollCat) 17 November 2017
— its the MF Pilot•|| (@300Twice__) 17 November 2017
Obviously, not everyone was one board.
Ewww, it’s not even real potatoes!
— Darnokthemage (@Darnokthemage1) 16 November 2017
I don’t want mushy potato shaped in a fry! I want a cut up potatoe fried! Stop changing things and calling them the same!!! 😳
— shine (@shine89k) 16 November 2017
Who knew fries could get people so divided?