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Gordon Ramsay Threatens Kids with Electrocution if They Go Veg

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Parrish posted a quote from Paul McCartney last weekend that came in response to something utterly stupid that TV Chef Gordon Ramsay said recently. I didn’t really think anything of it until I read the full statement given during an interview with the UK Daily Mirror:

“My kids are very naughty. So when they don’t do their homework I take them out and put them on the electric fence I keep my two lambs in and give them a little jolt. It’s only a little tingle, they spell brilliantly now.”

“My biggest nightmare would be if my kids ever came up to me and said, ‘Dad, I’m a vegetarian’. Then I would sit them on the fence and electrocute them.”

Really? That’s your biggest nightmare?

We all know that Ramsay is a pretty giant tool, but his latest stunt on his show The F Word, was really low. On it, he persuaded 50 vegetarians to sample veal and told Girls Aloud’s Cheryl Cole “vegetarians aren’t welcome here”.

All-in-all, his reputation as an insensitive ass clown continues to grow.

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