I get asked this question a lot for some reason. When you go out to a fast food chain or even at home making a homemade meal. Do you eat your French fries first or your burger first?
As for me I always eat my French fries first, then I eat the main course.
depends on where I get my fries...
McDonald's...mmm, fries first!
back in the day, Roy Rogers...burger first!
I don't eat all of one or the other first. I'd probably take a bite of my veggie burger then try a fry or two
Your fries will get cold, I eat mine hot, so they come first, for the most part.
Actually for me its french fries with burger. really cant miss on anyone of them
i like to enjoy my fries first, then my burger, sometimes i like to stuff some fries into my burgers.. but it all depends on where i get my burgers from. However, most of the time I prefer fries first.
A few fries before the burger, a few fries on the burger, and i usually have a few fries left over after the burger.
I'm weird I like to eat my frys IN my burger and eat both at the same time
if I use the drive-thru, I end up eating the fries on the way home
BOTH!! Bite out of my burger then afew fries....bite from my burger....afew fries...well you get the idea and yes i am greedy
I have to eat the fries first, else i'm too full by the time i get to them, after the burger. I hardly ever eat junk food though. I'm no health freak, i just prefer vegies and fruit, and they keep my skin in good condition.
now that I think about it. fries first. hmmmmmmmm wonder why?
by jaydawg808 4 years ago
Do you eat your French Fries before your burger?I have a friend who eat all of his french fries before he eats his burger. His reason is that the fries don't taste as good and gets cold fast, thus, he eats the fries first. I personally need to have the fries with my burger.
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