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View Poll Results: On a small order of McDonald's fries, I will use the following amount of ketchup.
None. Ketchup destroys the body and subtle undertones of the fries. 24 32.00%
1 packet. It's a garnish. 2 2.67%
2 packets. 8 10.67%
3 packets. 10 13.33%
4 packets. 10 13.33%
5 packets. 3 4.00%
6 packets. 1 1.33%
7 packets. 1 1.33%
8 or more packets. The french fries are just a vehicle for the ketchup. 10 13.33%
I don't know what McDonald's is. 3 4.00%
I don't know what ketchup is. 2 2.67%
I don't know what french fries are. 0 0%
I don't know some combination of two or more of McDonald's, ketchup, or french fries. 1 1.33%
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Old 03-01-2013, 01:23 PM   Topic Starter
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Is my ketchup use on french fries out of control?

I'm having lunch now, and I've got an order of steak fries. They're pretty good, and there's probably 20 or so fries in the batch.

Now, this restaurant serves ketchup in those little packets. You know, like McDonalds. They gave me three little packets for my 20+ steak fries. So I asked for more, and they brought me four more.

Now, I would estimate that I probably use 0.6 to 0.8 packets of ketchup on a normal steak fry. I just run a line of ketchup along the length of the fry, and it sums up to that usage. That would mean that I need 12 to 16 packets of ketchup for this particular meal. I'm embarrassed to ask for more, but these fries are really gonna start making me thirsty if I don't have ketchup.

It doesn't seem to me that my use is excessive, but I'll also note that I never, ever get enough ketchup at a restaurant if I order fries and can't grab the ketchup myself. Am I an outlier here, or do others have this problem too?

A poll will be coming, but very slowly and then it'll glop into the thread all at once.

For poll purposes I will make the poll universal and use a small order of McDonald's fries as the measure.
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