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Desc:Gordon Ramsay answers questions about his swearing
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:swearing, Gordon Ramsay
Submitted:glendower
Date:02/23/09
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Comment count is 19
Frank Rizzo - 2009-02-23
fuck
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-02-23
Gordon Ramsay is pretty much the antithesis to the self esteem centered "everyone is a winner" philosophy.
Aoi - 2009-02-23
Five stars because Gordon Ramsay is massively entertaining.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-23
I was disappointed to learn that Ramsay does not swear to offend children. The presumption that he did was the only reason I ever watched his shows.
Louis Armstrong - 2009-02-23
I suppose Ramsey doesn't either for the same reasons.

Jeff Fries - 2009-02-23
Aw I want to fuck the boss's wife
imairlax - 2009-02-23
five for "you hypocritical fuckers"
libby1217 - 2009-02-24
five just because he is fucking awesome yea
Prickly Pete - 2009-02-24
He had me at "It's not a crab cake. It's a crap cake."
boner - 2009-02-24
shit sandwich

robotkarateman - 2009-02-24
He has some very definite advice for anyone following in his footsteps:

"Yeah? Yeah. Do a lot of coke. Yeah? Works for me. Yeah."
Senator_Unger - 2009-02-24
He is a-dor-able.
StanleyPain - 2009-02-24
You know, I have kinda mixed feelings about Ramsay. On one hand I like some of his British shows and I've read two of his cookbooks. But, what kinda irks me about him is how he is always bringing up his childhood and his "working class" origins, yet no one from his working class origins could afford to eat at one of his restaurants. He spends his days wining and dining dipsy celebrities and engaging in the same kind of self-indulgent rockstar cook thing that he used to say is what initially drove him away from the French scene in his early years. I remember seeing an interview with him once at an opening at one of his restaurants where the reporter actually kind of pressed him on all this stuff and brought up how only the upper elite of the elite could get into his place, yet he bemoaned "stuffy, pretentious" restaurants and cooks. He just sort of laughed and danced around the question.

So...on one hand I like many aspects of what he's done as a chef, but on the other, he seems like he's kind of full of shit most of the time.
The Faghorn - 2009-02-24
A chef that's full of themselves? Why I never.

Modern Angel - 2009-02-24
God no. He was a success and got away from bumfuck Scotland? The horror

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-24
Every working class person's dream is to get as far away from the working class as possible.

fluffy - 2009-10-12
Having mostly seen him on American TV, it's strange to actually hear the cursing instead of a bunch of bleeps.
Lauritz Melchior - 2010-01-18
ENTERTAINMENT!
BorrowedSolution - 2010-04-08
Australians are such unknowing pussies. Kiwis, too.
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