Gordon Ramsay is better known for his foul mouth as opposed to his actual job of being a TV chef. The brutal Brit is never too far from the headlines because of his unapologetic ways of dealing with people.
I say "unapologetic", when what I really mean is that he's a bit of a d**k to people, who don't deserve it most of the time.
And this incident is no different. Recently, he's been absolutely blasted for his "cruel stunt" on his new TV show. Some people think it's funny, but others have taken offense to his way of experiencing local delicacies. Is this meant to be a middle finger to the vegans or are they just taking it a little close to heart? Have a look and see what you think!
Gordon Ramsey is known for his "interesting" way of dealing with people...
via: Getty ImagesSometimes it's funny, sometimes it's too hard to watch. Keep scrolling to see some of his most savage insults ever!
10. "It's a kitchen, you doughnut!"To me and you, a doughnut is a sweet-treat used to satisfy an unhealthy craving, but to Ramsay, it can be used to describe someone who only has a limited number of brain cells.
9. "You're so in denial, you need therapy."My feelings are a little hurt right now.
8. "Brick chicken."I really wouldn't want Ramsay to be judging anything I've cooked...
7. "You are a basket case."To be honest, this one is one of his tamer ones...
6. "This looks like camel turd."It seems as if Ramsey has a habit of comparing people's food to sh*t.
5. "You're cooking like a donkey!"Can donkeys even cook? That's the real question.
4. "You deserve a kick in the nuts."Ouch.
3. "You stupid, thick, bi*ch."I'd rather be a doughnut than something like this...
2. "Get in the oven..."Here's a piece of advice that no one should ever follow.
1. "An idiot sandwich."And obviously, we had to end it with a good ol' classic.
I don't know about you, but I'm feeling a little attacked after all that.But there's no one feeling more victimized than these people...
Gordan Ramsay's new show on NatGeo "Uncharted" has recently hit our screens.And people aren't too happy with what it has to offer.
The show follows Ramsay as he travels around the world, trying native cuisines.He goes to remote locations where he takes his love of "eating animals" to a whole new level.
It's not exactly a secret that the TV chef isn't a fan of the "vegan" lifestyle...On multiple occasions, he has insulted the way of living. He has even gone as far as mocking PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), a global charity that aims to prevent cruelty to animals by saying he's a fan of his own PETA: "People Eating Tasty Animals." Yikes.
Obviously, for some, this sparked an immense backlash.
via: YouTubeBut Ramsay isn't done just yet. On his new show, he can be seen chomping away on dead animals, including goats and guinea pigs. A food source for some, a problem for others.
In a recent episode, this happened!
via: YouTubeRamsay headed to New Zealand’s South Island to try out some traditional Maori delicacies. During the adventure, he goes up into the hills, where he shoots a goat and carries it down to cook. Keep scrolling to see the video - unless you're vegan, then I would advise you don't.
He marinated the goat meat for over six hours...
Marinated for at least six hours and garnished with a colorful berry chutney, this New Zealand favorite makes an im… https://t.co/YsOdgVIP2X— National Geographic TV (@National Geographic TV)1564329600.0
However, some viewers weren't too pleased...
@GordonRamsay @NatGeoChannel This show is the worst thing @NatGeo has ever done. #natgeosoldout @NatGeoChannel #EndViolence— Jokes McGee (@Jokes McGee)1564468093.0