Terms which are different in different parts of the world and drive you mad, anyone? Today its about potatoes.
The cold packet ones - In New Zealand usually chips; In the UK, crisps; in Canada, chips.
The hot ones - In NZ Hot Chips; in the UK, Chips; in Canada, Fries.
In our house, to save the confusion and my potato sanity, we use the term Crisps to mean the packaged thin, maybe crinkled, cold, generally a snack, things, and Fries to mean the hot, deep fried or baked to go with dinner things. Avoiding the whole "chip" thing completely.
What about you??