Save the Condor? Save the French Fry!

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Condor, with a very long wait ahead of him at a bakery

[Granted, condors are in danger of extinction.  But, which is more beneficial to us:  The condor or the french fry?  I delve into this question in the stunning expose below]

Condors have a six foot wing span. French fries don’t have a wing span at all. Which is going to be easier to get through your bathroom door? Which are you more likely to WANT in your bathroom?

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Condors can do a lot of damage to a human if teased or cornered. If you teased a cornered French fry, the worst it could do is raise your glucose level.

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Condors do not reproduce well in captivity. French fries can be created by the sackful provided you keep an eye on the fryer’s thermostat and don’t brown them too much.

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You can take French fries onto a commercial flight; however, the only way you can get a condor on a commercial flight is to convince someone that it is a service animal… which is difficult because it is still mad at you for teasing and cornering it.

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Condors are protected by conservation laws. You cannot molest a condor outside of cornering it and teasing it; but, if you are having a bad day, you can slap a French fry around all you want.

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Condors range up and down the western coast of North and South America. You can get French fries all over the world.

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Dip a French fry in ketchup and you’ve got a mouth-watering treat. Dip a condor in ketchup and all you’ve got is a condor that looks as if it’s had a severe concussion.

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Condors primarily consume dead rotting meat. I don’t think that French fries do that, but I can’t watch them twenty-four hours a day.

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There are two species of condor. There are three species of French fry, if you count chili fries, cheese fries and chili cheese fries as two species and a hybrid.

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Condors come from as far back as the Pleistocene era; French fries, on the other hand, came to the Americas from Asia via the land bridge across the Bering Strait.

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15 thoughts on “Save the Condor? Save the French Fry!

  1. “If you teased a cornered French fry, the worst it could do is raise your glucose level.” and “I don’t think that French fries do that, but I can’t watch them twenty-four hours a day.” made really chuckle although it was all funny. Side note – I caught my teenager coming out of the bathroom eating French fries once – this post brought back that gross memory 🙂

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  2. Condors: you can’t eat just one.
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    Freedom condors sounds really stupid.
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    French fries look like condoms, condors only sound like them.
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    French Fries can fit in your nostrils if you need to hide them in a hurry.
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