All right, I have a very important topic to discuss. As you may or may not know, the Dutch are best known for their fries... well, almost (after all, we have a province called Friesland). Though Belgium and France are pulling some weight too My girlfriend and me were having a conversation of what kind of sauce people like with their fries. Most Dutch like mayonaise, as do the Belgians. But today at the dinner table we looked at a new sauce bottle we bought, which says "American fries sauce, the real one'. A Dutch product by the way. So I thought: this must've come from somewhere; there must be a lot of Americans who like this sauce, which is very much like mayonaise, with their fries. Or else they wouldn't have called it "American fries sauce". And they wouldn't sell this stuff at every MacDonalds around here. My girlfriend argues with me: "Nah, they don't eat that kind of stuff. The American just don't have that habit of drenching their fries in mayonaise or this stuff". Then I said: I'm willing to bet that there are more Americans than Dutch who eat mayonaise-like sauce with their fries. Who's right....?