May 8, 2008
The MSM can't get enough of Gordon Ramsay.
Actually, they think too much of Ramsay is a bad thing and they can't stop writing about him.
Screeds and screeds and screeds, week after week after week.
Many forests have fallen in the name of little Aussie journalists pontificating, aimlessly, with all the banality they can muster, not about Ramsay, per se, it's all about ƒυςќ, and Ramsay's vigorous use of it as a verb, noun, adjective, modifying dangler, or in place of a sigh of relief, expression of despair, or exclamation of delirious happiness.
No matter the occasion, ƒυςќ serves him well - or serves him, period - and our journo's and random social commentators are carrying on as if they've been collectively turkey-slapped.
One wonders how just many pages can be written about someone's use of the word ƒυςќ - lots, it would seem - despite no-one having anything to say.
Lots of words - and I read them - then I get to the end and all I think is: "what the ƒυςќ was that about".
Disclaimer: The Princess and her Prince have recently bought a puppy, christened Ramsay, in honor of Gordon Ramsay.