The Queen Gave Gordon Ramsay 'A Handshake And A Polite F**k Off'
Usually if anyone is effing and jeffing its Gordon Ramsay. The last person you'd expect to be swearing is Her Majesty, The Queen.
In fact, this whole story came as Gordon Ramsay was promoting his latest series of The F Word on American TV programme, The Late Show.
The British chef, famed for his expletives, joked that he was awarded his OBE for services to swearing, and said that his bad language also rubbed off on Queen Liz.
Talking to host Stephen Colbert, he was asked if his ceremony was a 'sword situation', to which 50-year-old Ramsay replied: "No, that's when you get knighted.
"OBE is under that so it's sort of a little handshake and a polite fuck off.
"She sort of mutters it under her breath."
Colbert then revealed that he is not typically allowed to use the f-word on his show, but CBS made an exception for Ramsay, to which the chef replied: "At 11:35 at fucking night?"
Ramsay, then critiqued Colbert's attempt at making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The verdict? "That looks like a pile of shit."
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That poor meringue of Ruth's - it didn't look THAT bad.
People are loving his insults so much that they now put their food on Twitter for him to readily roast.
@GordonRamsay please rate my medu vada sambar and nariyal chutney pic.twitter.com/9dAcqI5kwD
- Rameez (@Sychlops) April 6, 2017
I didn't know you can tweet from prison https://t.co/rxrPPBonff
- Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) April 6, 2017
If Gordon himself may not have been a chef, he could have been a professional footballer, and was once on the books of Scottish side, Rangers. But a bad knee injury brought that career to an end.
He's since gone on to be awarded 16 Michelin stars in total - his signature restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, in Chelsea, London, has held three Michelin stars since 2001.
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