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Kevin Spacey Embarrasses Gordon Ramsay With His Foul Mouth [WATCH]

Gordon Ramsay is usually in the driver’s seat when it comes to the cursing on his TV shows, but the legendary actor Kevin Spacey hijacked the sneak peek for the new, American version of Ramsay’s cult favorite F Word show.

Spacey basically dropped an F-bomb in every sentence he spoke, and did so flawlessly, sounding like a pissed off New York Yankees fan after taking a loss to the Red Sox.

Even Gordon Ramsay was surprised, saying at the end of the clip, “Damn, I’ve been out-‘Fucked.'”

It takes a lot to make Ramsay feel sheepish, but Spacey managed to do it with his sailor’s mouth.

Think about it, Spacey put this guy to shame with his cursing (NSFW):

Spacey will be the first celebrity guest on the F Word when it premieres live, May 31 at 9/8c, 6 p.m. PT.

As if watching Ramsay on TV isn’t entertaining enough, Spacey seems like he could take this episode to another level, and I’m into it.

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Gordon Ramsay’s Hit Show ‘The F Word’ Is FINALLY Coming to The US


Photo: The World of Csoresz

Gordon Ramsay’s claim to fame in the United States has always been Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares, two hit reality TV shows that showcase the hardass side of the Michelin-star chef – but also shows a softer, more personable side.

The Gordon Ramsay we all know and love originated in the UK with a massive hit series called The F Word. Many of his most viral clips come from that show, like the time he got blasted by a chef while making Pad Thai, or when he showed us how to cook the perfect steak.

Many Gordon Ramsay fans have hoped that The F Word would eventually make it to the United States. Their wish is officially coming true this summer – and it’s going to be the most extravagant and fun show that Gordon Ramsay has done in the United States.

Chef Ramsay posted a video to his Facebook page along with the announcement that FOX would begin airing the show sometime this summer. According to an official release from FOX, the show will consist of hour-long episodes that feature a live culinary competition between two teams of four amateur “foodie families”. During the competition, Gordon will also be interviewing surprise guests in the dining room, showcasing food-related adventures he goes on around the U.S., and hosting live remote sessions with people from across the country.

Basically, it’s just like The F Word in the UK, but featuring home cooks and foodie lovers rather than chef brigades.

Teams that win the competition get a big cash prize, and can consist of anybody over 18 years old, according to the official casting call for the show (which is open NOW). If you wanted the chance to get your foodie team together to kick ass in a cooking competition, this would be the chance to do it.

If you choose to compete or not, the show will still be fun of Ramsay-inspired laughs, swearing, adventures, and plenty of delicious food.

And in case you were wondering…


Photo: Gordon Ramsay

The F stands for FOOD, you donkey!


Starbucks Sends Cease and Desist Letter to Bar for Using ‘F Word.’ This is the Owner’s Hilarious Response


When Jeff Britton at Exit 6 Brewery in Missouri got a cease and desist letter from Starbucks, he knew there was only one way to respond: be as scathingly hilarious as possible.  Britton was served the letter due of his use of the word “Frappiccino” to describe one of the stouts served at Exist 6.

Apparently this was too close to “Frappucino” for Starbuck’s comfort. Their reasoning?  The name might cause patrons to “mistakenly believe that Exit 6 or this beer product is affiliated with or licensed by Starbucks Coffee Co., when they are not.”

Britton responded with this gem:

We never thought that our beer drinking customers would have thought that the alcoholic beverage coming out of the tap would have actually been coffee from one of the many, many, many stores located a few blocks away. I guess that with there being a Starbucks on every corner of every block in every city that some people may think they could get a Starbucks at a local bar. So that was our mistake.

He also changes the name of the beer to the “F word” and goes on to express his remorse, stating that “Exit 6 and the three customers that [drank] the beer known as the F word feel just awful about calling the beer the F word.  We are bad people. We feel shame.”

While Britton “doesn’t blame Starbucks,” his sense of humor at the situation is  spot on.  He even went so far as to enclose $6 in his letter, the profits he made from the beer, and claims that “Us small business owners need to stick together.” And the brew is now selling more than ever. Well played sir, we applaud you.

Check out Britton’s full response to Starbucks below:


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