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Wed, Sep. 28th, 2011 | 12:18 pm  ⅊ 34.09438, -118.22762 slavezombie

Stuck for dialog for my next multi-panel cartoon. Visualize modern woman shaking some sense into an elderly man/woman. If it was up to me, and it is, I would just do a caption reading, "what were you thinking when you handed down such a legacy riddled economic French fry?"

There is no real point to what's going on here other than the elderly person being shaken by the shoulders.

Next panel: line formation at a deli.

Final panel, exterior view of same deli with passersby. One is a woman with infant, another is a male pedestrian just walking.

I could ready use the stuff from sites like overheard in NY. Hmm, wish I had a link to that right now.

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from: fluffyblanket
date: Thu, Sep. 29, 2011 01:20 am (UTC)

In American English are "french fies" what we English call "chips" and the French call "frites" ?

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from: slavezombie
date: Sun, Oct. 2, 2011 12:15 am (UTC)

Aw jeez, and I met an English guy today who I'm certain would've known the answer to this. I think chips, in the US are like the bagged ruffles potato chip, or pringles, also Lays. Some restaurants that serve fish n chips do indeed serve the chips as French fries. As far as the French, I haven't the foggiest idea. Although it sounds about right.

Edited at 2011-10-02 04:21 am (UTC)

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