The only difference between fries and chips are their shape, amirite?

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And the fact that they're cook in two completely different ways…

contextrips avatar contextrip Yeah You Are +9Reply

And thickness.

KilljoyXs avatar KilljoyX Yeah You Are +8Reply

Not in England

Mrtechnohawks avatar Mrtechnohawk Yeah You Are +6Reply
@Mrtechnohawk Not in England

I was thinking "yeah I guess because fries are just kind of skinny chips aren't they?"

Then I realised that's not what they meant lol

JimKBs avatar JimKB Yeah You Are +6Reply


Openeyess avatar Openeyes Yeah You Are +5Reply

Also flavour. You normally eat tomato, onion or pepper chips, but who the hell eats onion fries?

That's like saying that bread and crackers are the same. Fries are warm, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Chips are sliced thin and completely crunchy all the way through with no soft/mushy part at all.

EmigrandEs avatar EmigrandE Yeah You Are +2Reply
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