Can We All Agree That Wendy's Fries Should Only Be Eaten When Dipped in a Frosty?

I'm just going to come out and say it: I don't trust people who don't see what a delicacy it is to dip Wendy's fries in a Frosty. The fast-food chain's natural-cut fries have a little bit of the potato skin still on them and are carefully sprinkled with sea salt for the most delightful little salty and potato-y bite. And its Frosty is an ice cream treat that's a refreshing cup of chocolatey goodness. Both sound great, right? And they are! But the real magic happens when you combine the two to create the ultimate snack and dessert hybrid.

When you dip a Wendy's french fry into a Frosty, the sweetness of the chocolate makes the salt of the fry really sing. It's the classic sweet and salty mix, but when you also pair that with the hot and cold combo, it's like flavor overload. There's a specific method for eating these two things together, though. You can't let your Frosty melt too much, because the heat of the fries is already going to do that a little bit, so you have to start dipping immediately while the Frosty has some thickness. Whatever you do, don't freeze your Frosty and try to eat it later. That's just all wrong.

Truthfully, I'm not sure why Wendy's sells Frostys without the fries included, because I don't actually believe they should be eaten any other way. Separately, the french fries are just french fries and the Frosty is just chocolate ice cream. One without the other just doesn't make sense! Just like peanut butter and jelly or ketchup and mustard, the Wendy's Frosty and Wendy's french fries are a perfect pair. And I'm not the only one who thinks so! Keep reading to see a ton of other (normal) people enjoying their fries and Frosty the right way.