The American word for "Pommes Frites" - a Belgian side-dish consisting of deep-fried, finger-length pieces of potatoes, served hot and salted. Traditionally served to anything from Moule Marienere (clams) to Hamburgers.
Also known as chips
in Britain and Australia, Pommes Strips, Belgian Fries
, and more recently, Freedom Fries
You want some more grease on your French Fries?
the absolute love of my life.
I eat french fries for all 3 meals of the day.
one of many slangs in the south for XANEX due to its shape and sometimes color
"you got any french fry's", "want a french fry", " i just poped two french fry's"
In the term french fries (notice it's not capitalized), "french" refers to the way they're cut, NOT the country of origin (which happens to be Belgium
So, we can see how extremely dumb
it was to rename "french fries" "freedom fries," especially due to the fact that "french" does not refer to the country.
One of the two options one can take when making decisions, the other being pizza. Usually the right decision. Sometimes refers to the X and Triangle buttons on Sony PlayStation controllers.
"If you pizza
when you're supposed to french fry, you're gonna have a bad time!"
Street slang for the perscription mood-elevator, Xanax (Alprazolam). Alprazolam is indicated for the management of anxiety disorder. While the drug is available in .25, .5, 1 and 2 mg doses, it's the 2 mg doses that earned this controlled substance the street name, "French Fries."
The 2 mg tablets are white with three slices (3 scores) in the side, and the number "2" on one side and "Xanax" on the other side. These score-marks give the tablets a resemblance to crinkle-cut french fries, and allow the tablets to be broken into 4 equal parts of 0.5 mg.
You lookin' tense, bro'. You need a couple'a french fries... help chill yo' ass out.
1. A deep-fried food made with potato, and originated in Belgium. Bear in mind that the word "French" in the term is a verb, NOT noun.
2. What some ignorant like to call "Freedom Fries"
3. Others simply refer it as fries.
Want some french fries?