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Gordon Ramsay Wants Daughters Only To Date Meat-Eating Boys!

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Give me my sword…it’s time for a knighting. By the power vested in me, I now knight Gordon Ramsay: Commander of Anti-Vegetarian Snarky Comments! Seriously, this dude just can’t stop blasting herbivores!

In a recent interview, Gordon said that he wouldn’t be domineering when his daughters begin dating, admitting: “I won’t mind my little girls dating boys as long as they don’t bring back a vegetarian.”

It’s safe to say that Gordon has a slight obsession with the prospect of a meat-eating son-in-law. Earlier this year, Ecorazzi reported that Paul McCartney and Gordon Ramsay weren’t playing nice after Gordon declared: ‘If my daughter ever grew up and married a vegetarian, I’d never forgive her.’ This of course was just prior to him ripping out the heart of a puffin and eating it raw. OMG!

What do you think about all this veggie-hating, Ecorazzi readers? Are Gordon’s comments justified? Chime in and tell us what you think!!!!

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