To Yankee. What does "I for one" mean?

Yankee wrote:
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I for one never stopped using the term ‘french fries’. And I’ve never heard anyone I know over here use anything else – other than shortening the expression ‘french fries’ to ‘fries’. That shortened form has probably been in use for decades over here.
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What does “I for one” mean?


It means ‘as for me’, ‘as far as I’m concerned’, ‘if you ask me’…

https://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/i-for-one