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I don’t watch American cooking shows because 1. I’m a television snob who refuses to watch commercials and 2. They’re overdramatized. Therefore, my exposure to Gordon Ramsay has been quite limited outside of knowing that he’s a well-known television personality who makes some great tutorial videos and occasionally flies off the handle at men, women, and children alike.
Little did I know, he’s also just out here roasting people on Twitter for how shitty they are at cooking meals. Seriously. I just followed him two days ago and ever since my feed has been filled with him just dumping on people’s dreams of becoming celebrity chefs just like himself. I mean, just since I started following him, he’s put numerous people into the ground.
Celeste is just trying to show you her deconstructed tuna salad and you’re going to tell her it looks like her cat got sick? Have a heart, man.
Honestly, he crushed that wordplay. Good on him.
We’ve got Lisa trying to show off her acai bowl and then we’ve got Gordon saying it’s literal shit.
Some of the best garlic bread is cardboard-y, Gordon. Ever been to Pizza Hut?
Did he just compare this dude’s homemade Lebanese meat stick to a…?
Why are you like this, Gordon? And that’s not even the half of it. I could scroll for days (if not months) on his timeline and just find him going scorched earth on innocent people who are pretty much begging to get put on blast.
I’m going to start forwarding him the meals my girlfriend makes in hopes of her getting flamed. Sure, I’ll be cooking my own meals for the next month or so but it’ll be worth it for that brief moment of time.
Or, you know, maybe I’ll just stay to myself and keep watching The Great British Baking Show. That’s probably the more prudent path to take. .
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