I'm not a fan of wine. I can tolerate white, but red is just like drinking perfume. With whiskey, I want to like it so much, but I just can't get into the taste. Like even having a sip of blue label, the taste was clear, and there was 0 alcohol burn. That's awesome. But the flavor is just something I can't get into.
But getting into condiment discourse here. So fries and ketchup (or ketchup in general) is mostly an American thing. Most other places from what I've heard use mayonnaise. With some spices, I totally get this. Like going to get a cheeky Nandos with the lads and getting the chips and mayo is so good. But just plain mayo? One that really struck me was mayo on hotdogs. Why? You can barely even taste it? Why would you put a salty condiment on a salty meat? My friend Italy says the opposite. She says that's exactly why they do it. She asks, "why would you put something sweet on salty?" That's a flavor combination that apparently they don't do there. (Also yes, I know. Ketchup on a hotdog is a sin, mustard is better, I agree.)