"Exercise? I thought you said extra fries” is a jocular saying that has been printed on T-shirts and posters. “I keep getting exercise and extra fries mixed up” was cited on Twitter on October 25, 2011.
“Exercise? I thought you said extra fries” was cited on Twitter on December 6, 2012.
4 November 2002, Star-Tribune (Minneapolis, MN), “Musings; Getting there; Sometimes the journey is as satisfying as arriving at the destination” by Jim Foti, Pg. 12E:
Extra? Extra what, I asked, and he repeated it several times. It sounded like “extra fries,” but he hadn’t ordered any fries. Eyes? I felt terrible for not understanding.
Then the light bulb clicked on: exercise. He was proud, for perhaps the first time in his life, that he’d gotten so much exercise.
I keep getting exercise and extra fries mixed up #FGP
9:12 PM - 25 Oct 2011
New York (NY) Times
The Haves’ Children Are Healthier Than the Have-Nots’
By KATHARINE MIESZKOWSKI DEC. 24, 2011
Robert O’Brien, Sycamore Valley’s physical education specialist, who favors shorts even when the temperature dips into the 40s, is fond of slogans like “exercise, not extra fries.”
yyeehaw: exercise? more like extra fries. http://tmblr.co/ZUXW5xSSorcq
6:03 PM - 30 Aug 2012
3:13 PM - 7 Nov 2012
Kailin: Exercise? I thought you said extra fries. I got excited.
1:12 PM - 6 Dec 2012
4:56 PM - 9 Apr 2013
Oh EXERCISE?! I thought you said extra fries…
9:34 PM - 9 Apr 2013
“Exercise? I thought you said extra fries.” 😂 #haha #fitfunny #instafit #fitness #health… http://instagram.com/p/gg32PDRarX/
6:15 PM - 9 Nov 2013
Exercise? Oh, I thought you said extra fries! No, I’m good.
April 10, 2015
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