Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby TenaciousG » Wed Apr 15, 2009 10:48 pm

TheOne2Smooth wrote:
Cheese wrote:
absolutely_fabregas wrote:its amazing

he is a legend

best show on tv

Just because he's a Scott don't make him a legend.

The guy's a f***ing t**t. A funny t**t at times but still a t**t.



I like Gordan Ramsey but the fact remains he is a Chelsea Chav and I for that reason he is above stated a t**t a Chelsea t**t

I got offered a apprentice to work in one of Gordons Kitchens as a 16 year old, If I did take up the option rather than become a Scaffolder I may of been a TV chef to what with my charisma, Good Looks, Charm :redface: :arse fan:


It aint all it's cracked up to be working for Gordon Ramsay Holdings, 70+ hours a week for less than £10k a year,poor benefits, although at the same time it is very hard and competitive to get an apprentiship with them as they are very selective and the quality of the applicants is usually very high.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Wed Apr 15, 2009 11:24 pm

Get f***ing lives.

All these f***ing chefs runnin about like they're somebody, get fuckin real.

Bunch of c***, the lot of 'em.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby TenaciousG » Thu Apr 16, 2009 12:00 am

What do you do for a living then clever clogs? because you ain't no rocket scientist by the sounds of your post!your that clever that you couldnt even post without swearingthat's a lack of intelligence straight away.

I'd probably be bitter like you too, because if your a good enough chef you can earn well over the national average wage, good chefs are talented too which from reading some of your post's is something you seem to lack.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 12:32 pm

TenaciousG wrote:What do you do for a living then clever clogs? because you ain't no rocket scientist by the sounds of your post!your that clever that you couldnt even post without swearingthat's a lack of intelligence straight away.

I'd probably be bitter like you too, because if your a good enough chef you can earn well over the national average wage, good chefs are talented too which from reading some of your post's is something you seem to lack.


Do you want me to break your post down into "Ten Reasons Why You're A Massive Spastic?"

I'd be happy to.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby gzagee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 12:55 pm

TenaciousG wrote:What do you do for a living then clever clogs? because you ain't no rocket scientist by the sounds of your post!your that clever that you couldnt even post without swearingthat's a lack of intelligence straight away.

I'd probably be bitter like you too, because if your a good enough chef you can earn well over the national average wage, good chefs are talented too which from reading some of your post's is something you seem to lack.


Dude, whee's only giving his opinion. It's only a cookery programme. Everyone else who like the show has ignored his comments (I try to ignore him all the time).
No need to get passionate about it. :dontknow:
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:00 pm

gzagee wrote: It's only a cookery programme.


I get the feeling that comment alone is going to upset him more than I did mate.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby StLGooner » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:10 pm

TenaciousG wrote:What do you do for a living then clever clogs? because you ain't no rocket scientist by the sounds of your post!your that clever that you couldnt even post without swearingthat's a lack of intelligence straight away.

I'd probably be bitter like you too, because if your a good enough chef you can earn well over the national average wage, good chefs are talented too which from reading some of your post's is something you seem to lack.




:rofll:


I think whee struck a nerve there eh?!?! :rofll:
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby BennisBergkamp » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:49 pm

Having met whee, I can say that he is neither intelligent nor talented ;)

That said, having never met TenaciousG, I can still say he's a bit of a t**t
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:50 pm

BennisBergkamp wrote:Having met whee, I can say that he is neither intelligent nor talented ;)

That said, having never met TenaciousG, I can still say he's a bit of a t**t


:rofll: :rofll: :1970_two_smileys_drinking_beer_together.gif:
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby BennisBergkamp » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:52 pm

whee wrote:
BennisBergkamp wrote:Having met whee, I can say that he is neither intelligent nor talented ;)

That said, having never met TenaciousG, I can still say he's a bit of a t**t


:rofll: :rofll: :1970_two_smileys_drinking_beer_together.gif:

:lol: Though what you have against tv chefs, I'll never know. Did Jamie Oliver rape your mum?
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:55 pm

Jamie Oliver's a poxy t**t mate. Give the kid's burger's I say. If school's actually let them run around, then weight wouldn't be a problem.

Ramsey's just a tit.

The idea of cookery programmes, that aren't Ready...Steady...Cook just f**k me off.

Who honestly wants to watch some jumped up idiot barking orders at some spotty teenager?

The same people who watch Big Brother religiously, that's who.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby StLGooner » Thu Apr 16, 2009 2:00 pm

whee wrote:Jamie Oliver's a poxy t**t mate. Give the kid's burger's I say. If school's actually let them run around, then weight wouldn't be a problem.

Ramsey's just a tit.

The idea of cookery programmes, that aren't Ready...Steady...Cook just f**k me off.

Who honestly wants to watch some jumped up idiot barking orders at some spotty teenager?

The same people who watch Big Brother religiously, that's who.




Well said!! :clap:


Cooking shows just make me f***ing hungry, and when I try to cook like them it never works. :disgust:
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby whee » Thu Apr 16, 2009 2:09 pm

I'm not sure what Tenacious has got his nickers in a twist about to be honest.

I've not questioned the talent of top chefs. There's no question that to get to the top of a chain, that is as reliant on good reviews by some very 'hard to please' critics, is one hell of an achievement. But does it really justify endless hours of coverage of what have become Z-List celebrity chefs, being W****rs in the kitchen?

They're just chefs.

They don't save lives. They don't do much really do they.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby TheLittleMozart » Thu Apr 16, 2009 4:41 pm

Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares, is a top class show.
Albeit almost all the episodes are the same,you can't not like watching him tear those idiotic resturaunt owners a new one...

Absolutle class 'cooking' show!
But any other show that involves cooking,I wouldnt so much as give it two minutes of my time becuase there all mind-numbling boring.
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Re: Ramseys Kitchen Nightmares (USA)

Postby absolutely_fabregas » Thu Apr 16, 2009 4:44 pm

ive posted my view on jamie oliver in another thread that was deleted

haha


i like ramsay though, hes got a set of bollocks
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