"A further disadvantage of current condiment application techniques is that it is difficult to use these techniques to apply a condiment to food items while driving. This is a common problem for individuals who order food items from a drive-through window, and then attempt to apply a condiment to the food items while driving. Using current techniques, the individual is presented with the food item (e.g., French fries, onion rings, hash browns, French toast sticks, or a soft pretzel) and several individual packets of condiment (e.g., ketchup or syrup) at a drive-through window. The user then opens the individual condiment packets, pours the contents of the packets onto a napkin or sandwich wrapper to form a condiment pool, dips the food items individually into the condiment pool, and eats the food items. This can be stressful, messy, and distracting to the driver."
A method of preparing a French fry by using an automated device to inject an already cooked French fry with a condiment (such as ketchup, cheese sauce, ranch dressing, or barbeque sauce) substantially without manual assistance from a user. »
What is the point? Wouldn't it be easier to just "manually" saucify your fry? How dare he render redundant the sin of double-dipping!