Burger and fries are amongst the most craved for fast foods throughout the world. And when they come together, it's like the more the merrier. Whether you decide to cook them by yourselves and have them at home or dine out- They compliment each other pretty well, which is why many restaurants' menu cards have meals in which both come together. That's not how everyone likes it though, since each person has their own taste and preferences.
There are many styles people choose to go with. Some like to have their fries all alone, with no burger or vice versa. Others dunk into their fries and come back to eating their burger after they have finished the fries. Mainly, there are three types that define how burger and fries are eaten. The 'isolationists' prefer having their fries or burger all alone without mixing them up, the 'mindchangers' tend to move back and forth, and the 'alternators' like to have both their burger and fries simultaneously.
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Also, there's a variation between the American and British style of eating fries and burger. British usually prefer not to mix their food or eat it simultaneously. They prefer getting finished with one edible item first and only then moving on to the next. To catch up on a few more interesting statistics according to age, gender and nationality, have a look at the infographic below.
Infographic by: The Restaurant Choice