The Internet Is Bullying Gordon Ramsay Over His Restaurant’s Burgers – Mashed September 1, 2022

I saw this recently on The Internet Is Bullying Gordon Ramsay Over His Restaurant’s Burgers – Mashed September 1, 2022: https://www.mashed.com/989920/the-internet-is-bullying-gordon-ramsay-over-his-restaurants-burgers/. Longer article.

BY MATT BYRNE September 1, 2022

The internet is a tough place for anyone. That includes the acerbic chef Gordon Ramsay, the star of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Kitchen Nightmares.” Ramsay is known for flying into a rage, abusing his staff, and spitting out such gems of hope as “I’ve never, ever, ever, ever, ever met someone I believe in as little as you,” and “Chefs are nutters. They’re all self-obsessed, delicate, dainty, insecure little souls, and absolute psychopaths,” (via Scary Mommy). Though, these days he’s on the receiving end of a lot of verbal punishment from those who are as disappointed in his food as he is in the meals his staff cooks up.

For as big as chef Ramsay can talk, even he can be laid low when going up against the combined baleful judgment that can come out of the world wide web. For as brutal as his critiques are, the meme maestros and the savage trolls that lurk around the fringes of the online world are crueler by far. They’ve now taken aim at a video he posted of a hamburger being made at one of his restaurants and the flame war has reached thermonuclear proportions.

When the fine denizens of the internet saw how the controversial cook Ramsay constructed a basic hamburger, they quickly became incensed. Though the burger Ramsay was making was a basic setup, using toppings like cheese, pickles, lettuce, onion, and tomato, people quickly found fault with how he was putting it together.

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