Gordon Ramsay is actually an incredibly kind and helpful person, but he won't put up with "top level chefs" cooking like shjt.
@Summerwolves, For real. Just look at when he works with child chefs, he's got a heart of gold.
@Anonymous Jack III, yeah, it was really cool to see the photos of that. My favorite all time insult of his though is the skilled vet one.
@Summerwolves, his daughter has her own cooking show on kids TV and he often helps her in the kitchen and it is amazing because he does get sheepish and slightly scared of the fact that she can be just like him in these sorts of situations
@Patishlebish, God, I bet. I mean, nothing against his daughter having a backbone of her own, but seeing that part of you in someone you’re trying to bring up better than you is always a hard blow.
@Berntley, his son is the same, I remember a post on here a while ago with an interview with him and his son and the interviewer asked his son what he thought of his dad and his son asked if he could swear and Gordon just looked so pleased and slightly ashamed that his son was acting like he would
@Patishlebish, Haha, wow. At least he asked. I used to ask, as well, when I was little. Mainly in the context of a particular movie quote that tickled me endlessly. My daughter knows when a word is bad, and knows not to use it, even when I do. She’ll even go so far as to chastise people on tv for using bad language. I think I’m doing alright.
@Berntley, from the sounds of it you are doing better than most parents seem to!
@Patishlebish, So far, so good, but she’s only four, so only time will tell.
Looking at some squid on a plate... That squid is so under cooked, I can still hear it yelling at Spongebob.
That last one got a good chuckle
That was really weird, because I just had Under the Sea stuck in my head as I pulled this up.
DO I NEED TO DIG UP HITLER TO SHOW YOU HOW TO USE AN OVEN?