Trolling is a trend that people of the Twitterverse thrive on. It’s their life-blood and people on the receiving end also somehow learn to live with the hazards of being active on social media. But what happens when people ask to be trolled by someone who has been known as the insult king of television? Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, whose creative insults on his reality TV shows, gave rise to a whole new genre of jokes and memes on the internet, was asked by several Twitterati to review their dishes and he, of course, pulled no punches. Also Read - Information Technology Rules, 2021: Govt Announces Guidelines to Regulate Social Media, OTT Platforms | Key Points
Ramsay had a field day on Twitter, trolling people left, right and center for their dishes, most of which by the way, were no gourmet dishes we are used to feasting our eyes on, his shows. A lot of novices and amateur cooks looking for their five minutes of fame on the internet and also, of course, a good laugh at their own expense, tweeted pictures of their dishes and Gordon the-meme-slayer Ramsay gave them what they wanted in the most beautiful, creative, colourful and profane way. ALSO READ: Bengaluru just got India’s first BBQ food bike and it’s serving grilled goodies off a Royal Enfield! Also Read - Facebook, Google, Microsoft, TikTok Adopt Australian Misinformation Code to Address Spread of Fake News
The way he tore apart each dish on the public forum, made us all reminisce his harsh criticisms on his TV shows aptly named Hell’s Kitchen and Gordon Ramsay’s Cooking Nightmares. Here are some of Ramsay’s most brutal tweets for comic relief and also to make you feel good about the fact that at least your boss is not as creative at insulting your work, as this guy is. ALSO READ: Italy comes to Delhi with Shangri-La’s authentic Italian food spread curated by a Michelin star Chef Also Read - Bigg Boss 14 Winner Rubina Dilaik's Hubby Abhinav Shukla, Rashami Desai And Her Fans Give Big Shout Out To Her
Ramsay’s caustic remarks on Twitter might have caused a few hundred severe burns to people, but the chef comes off as really gentle and patient judge on Master Chef Junior. But that gentleness is reserved only for kids, and Ramsay more than makes up for that on his other shows. When he isn’t busy insulting people in the most colourful ways imaginable, Ramsay is busy earning the Michelin Stars that are reserved for only the crème de la crème of the culinary world. Ramsay has won a total of 16 Michelin stars and is in the same league of chefs as Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson. Over the years, Ramsay has come to be recognized the world over, for his fiery temper, strict demeanour, and use of expletives, that is most often on display on his reality cooking shows.