Japanese McDonald’s customers will have an easier time eating and driving starting on April 24 when the fast food giant will begin giving away the item shown above.
You’re seeing correctly, it’s an adapter to make eating french fries easier in the car. McDonald’s Japan calls it the “potato holder,” and wants customers to tweet potential alternative uses for the fried spud cradle.
So far, some of the suggestions include using it to carry an iPhone, pencils and even to tote fries in a bicycle bottle holder.
Unfortunately, the trans-fat shenanigans aren’t taking place on this side of the Pacific. Try hunting the Internet for one down the line if you’re really that serious about alternative storage for your fries.