Gordon Ramsay doesn’t care about your gender, race, or creed. All he cares about is that you can cook.The contestant, Christine, is blind, and he lets her know exactly what he thinks of her dish.
Unfortunately, this is a real restaurant and that is a real response. Their page was not hacked and thus trolled (that I know of). The owners are just really crazy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6LY7TJ16pg
holy FUCK watch that video
i just watched that video (and the part 2). unbelievable
I’m like 7 minutes in and jesus christ
HOLY BALLS, I SAW THE FULL EPISODE ABOUT THIS TRAIN-WRECK OF A RESTAURANT.
GORDON RAMSAY LEFT THE RESTAURANT WITHOUT CHANGING IT BECAUSE HE SAID HE WAS SCARED AND DISTURBED BY THE PLACE AND IT’S OWNERS.
LET ME REPEAT THAT.
GORDON FUCKING RAMSAY SAID HE WAS SCARED AND DISTURBED BY HOW VICIOUS THE OWNERS ARE.
OH MY GOD THE VIDEOFDKJBNGKFG
A scene that you wanted to be in the movies, but wasn’t.
“Sorrow compressed my heart, and I felt I would die, and then … Well, then I woke up.”
How many times do you think little Amelia Pond genuinely thought she was crazy? That she had created this entirely fictional person with a crack in her wall that spoke. Little Amelia Pond, they must have thought, broken with no parents. She must be disturbed. If people keep telling you that, you start to believe it, though. She didn’t have any reason not to. But he was real. She knew he was. Everyone knew in Eleventh Hour about her raggedy doctor and odd little Amelia Pond— except she wasn’t Amelia anymore. She was Amy. Had been for… how long?
Six months. ‘Why did you say six months?’
Is it at all possible that was the moment she broke, those six months ago. Did Amelia Pond, thinking herself mad, try to stop being Amelia Pond? Did she try to kill herself? Did she just decide to stop being a person?
Something happened six months before Eleventh Hour. Something happened that turned her from Amelia into Amy Pond.
If you don’t think this is adorable then you are wrong.
WHY IS IT NOT EXPLODING?
Because benedict cumberbatch that’s why