We Are So Dumb, We Are Really Dumb, For Real
It took me a good ten minutes to figure out the definition of "French fried shrimp". I googled the phrase to only receive recipes. Pretty frightening when you ask Google a definition and there is no rich snippet. So I had to consult the tomb itself: the site of the Food Holiday Creator. It was there that I discovered French fried shrimp is fried shrimp; the Food Holiday Creator just decided to put the extra "French" stank on the name. I mean ... why? Yes, I'm very dumb for not realizing this, but also do we really need to call out the French for this one? Has no one else figured out frying? More on this rant in the next section.
The Next Section, Where The Rant Continues
Cool, now that the heading is out of the way we can get back to me complaining about something pointless. Referring to a fried food item as "french fried" is wild. It's not like fried oysters became need the official title of French fried oysters. That just sounds like some psycho chef infused the shellfish with potatoes. And on that note, should we really be calling French fries French fried French fries? Be like George W. Bush and try to get the French out of your food names. "Fries" is cool. It says enough. "French fries" is a weird exchange student. "Fried oysters" sounds tantalizing. "French fried oysters" sounds like you've been cucked.
Happy National French Fried Shrimp Day Video
In this video, we are celebrating French Fried Shrimp Day. This comedy video will be short, sweet, and most of all silly. It will celebrate all things French Fried Shrimp in a totally humorous way. Enjoy!
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