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Posted:  |  Updated: 08/31/12 10:48 AM ET

Weird Mayo Concoctions: What Do You Put Mayo On?

Mayonnaise is one of those love-hate condiments, and it's amazing what people end up putting it on. While Americans might think it's weird put mayonnaise on fries, most Europeans consider it the norm. But that's just the beginning -- the foods that we've ended up putting mayo on turn far more bizarre than French fries (one editor's dad tops his cottage cheese with it).

We asked our Facebook fans to tell us what they put their mayo on. Some really surprised us (bananas!) and others seemed to make total sense (grilled cheese). Now we want to know what you, our readers, like to put mayo on! Let us know by submitting a photo to the slideshow.

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  • Peanut Butter And Bologna Sandwich

    "Pb and mayo sandwich." <strong>-- Sandy Mitchell via Facebook</strong> "Peanut butter (crunchy), mayo and bologna are my favorite sandwiches." <strong>-- Zissy Foy via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/trekkyandy/2267066225/" target="_hplink">trekkyandy, Flickr</a>.

  • Banana

    "[I put mayo on] bananas of course." <strong>-- Shari Smith via Facebook</strong> "My mom & I spread mayo on bananas & then roll in coconut...!" <strong>-- Natasha Wycheslavzoff Dekle</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/robin24/5129712590/" target="_hplink">robin_24, Flickr</a>.

  • Chocolate Cake

    <strong>Suri Sierra via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/fimbrethil/4425544414/" target="_hplink">Flickr</a>.

  • Saltines

    "Spread a little cream cheese on a saltine and top with a little mayo! Yum!!" <strong>-- Patti Cooper Colba via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/evocateur/3865544802/" target="_hplink">evocateur, Flickr</a>.

  • Artichokes

    "I love mayonnaise with my artichoke." <strong>-- Lesley Kay via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/ejchang/7164349334/" target="_hplink">sleepyneko, Flickr</a>.

  • Banana And Hard Boiled Egg Sandwich

    "[I put mayo on my] banana and hard boiled egg sandwich." <strong>-- Cindy Leslie via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/igboo/6972858700/" target="_hplink">.Larry Page, Flickr</a>.

  • Pinto Beans And Cornbread

    "[I put mayo on] pinto beans and cornbread." <strong>-- Mary Lou Jones via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreyww/6086526389/" target="_hplink">jeffreyw, Flickr</a>.

  • Cucumbers

    <strong>Gloria Herring via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/sandiwahl/3700347325/" target="_hplink">suzukiQ, Flickr</a>.

  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich

    "Grilled cheese sandwich. Nice & creamy." <strong>-- Christine Leadingham Schneider</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/mastermaq/4433496171/" target="_hplink">mastermaq, Flickr</a>.

  • Broccoli

    "[I put mayo] on steamed broccoli. [It] tastes like artichokes." -- Angie DeHoop via Facebook Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/hulagway/5941767410/" target="_hplink">whologwhy, Flickr</a>.

  • Chicken

    "[I put mayo on] skinless chicken breasts then [add] spices and wrap in foil ... bake till temp says done ... Mmmmm, [it's the] moistest chicken ever." <strong>-- Stephen Rose via Facebook</strong>

  • Tomatoes

    <strong>Sarah Vocelka Hendrickson via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/erinkohlenbergphoto/5362695710/" target="_hplink">{ErinKphoto} aka redcargurl, Flickr</a>.

  • Mixed With BBQ Sauce On Fries

    "French fries with mayo, and if I'm really energetic I'll mix mayo with chili sauce and voila Thousand Island on my fries." <strong>-- Wendy Gsell via Facebook</strong> "Mayo and BBQ sauce for fries.... YUM-O!" <strong>-- Jennifer Arnold via Facebook</strong> Photo from <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanready/2164277255/" target="_hplink">ruffin_ready, Flickr</a>.

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