In case you are somehow unaware of Gordon Ramsay’s Twitter exploits, allow me to give you a brief recap.
I doubt very much that Gordon Ramsay was ever the shy and retiring type. The wildly successful celebrity chef has earned his millions – not to mention his fame and notoriety – by becoming the veritable antithesis of those traits; brash, loud, rude and above all gloriously unapologetic. There is something rather therapeutic about settling down to watch one of Ramsay’s bonkers television shows during which he unleashes his trademark savage attacks on the hapless participants.
Ramsay though, never one to sit still in time, has been developing his theme of culinary savagery farther still than the long reach of cable television. Recently the impresario chef has turned to Twitter to rate his followers’ ostensibly comestible efforts in the kitchen, and the results have been wondrous to behold.
The chef’s voracious appetite for savagery has been particularly marked over the last few days, as Ramsay has come up with such gems as this
And this piece of wonderful venom
Not forgetting old favourites like this one
And my personal favourite
You get the idea, it is, to all intents and purposes, an unattainable goal to get anything remotely resembling a compliment from the stoic chef. Admittedly some of the monstrosities that his followers tweet to him are fully deserving of Ramsay’s ire, although some relatively decent looking efforts have also felt the cruel lash of his whip.
Stop the presses, though, because it seems that, finally, against all odds, one Twitter user might have finally achieved what was presumed unimaginable.
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