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Retro: Gordan Ramsey talks about munching down on a hairy French delicacy
March 28th, 2018 under Gordon Ramsay, Graham Norton, Retro. [ Comments: none ]

Graham Norton posted an oldie but goodie interview with baddie Gordon Ramsay. I say baddie because the BBC host made the mistake of asking him about his French girlfriend.

You see she taught, the then 23-year-old, French and Frenching. Not the upper lips, but the others one. There was only one thing, he says, “It’s difficult down there.” Then he explained that her “funny” started around her belly button and it was very hairy. Adding, “They don’t do bikini waxes in France.” Total baddie right. Plus, he looked like a little mischievous boy has shared this information.

Think it cannot get worst? Graham tried to change the subject to French food and told Ramsay said that he cannot make peace with French women by saying their food sounds sexier because they are already insulted. Then the Chef said, “I did not insult them, I just said they were bushy.” This is when it gets bad, he asked French actress Juliette Binoche, who was sitting next to him, “Do you wax?” Her face says it all.

Think his goose has finally been cooked? Far from it because he then asked the host if he waxes his crack. Why? Because Ramsay thought it was quite common for him and friends to do that. This is when Norton’s face says it all.

When it comes to if Ramsay takes the crust off of his Beef Wellington, he does not.

This interview is such a classic because you just do not expect him to be so naughty and look so devilish as talks about such things. I wish he would let loose on American TV like he did there. I just got a huge thrill of watching him be a naughty, naughty boy. One you want to take back to the red room and punish!

He needs to do a Fifty Shades like cookbook. One where he has to do a lot of feather plucking and removing peels. If you get what I mean?


Retro: The first video ever posted to YouTube!
July 8th, 2011 under Retro. [ Comments: none ]

I have always wondered what was the first video that was ever posted on YouTube and now thanks to OMG Facts I know and you can know too. Here is what co-founder Jawed Karim said with it, “The first video on YouTube, uploaded at 8:27PM on Saturday April 23rd, 2005. The video was shot by Yakov Lapitsky at the San Diego Zoo.”
It is amazing how far YouTube has come in just six years. Especially after watching that video that was only :18 long. In Hebrew 18 is chai which means life and it is amazing the video was that length because YouTube has definitely taken on a life of its own.


Retro: The first McDonalds ad!!!
December 28th, 2010 under Ads, Fast Food, Retro. [ Comments: none ]

For some reason the first McDonalds ad was on the front of page of YouTube, so I had to check it out. What I saw from the ad that made its debut on June 27, 1962 shocked me. Seriously it is amazing that the fast food restaurant is as huge as it is after that ad. I even think that that version of Ronald McDonald is scarier than the newest version of the Burger King King and I never that would be possible.


Retro: Family Ties Season 3 Bloopers
December 29th, 2009 under Retro. [ Comments: none ]

It is a painfully slow day today, so I decided to post this gag reel from the third season of Family Tie. I hope they made you smile as much as it did me. Watching these bloopers reminded me of what an awesome show Family Ties was, too bad they don’t make them like this show anymore.


Retro: Most Haunted…Mary Loves Dick
September 3rd, 2008 under Retro, Travel Channel. [ Comments: none ]

One of my guilty pleasure shows is Most Haunted that airs here in The States on the Travel Channel, but one of the things that I hated about the show is David Acorah. There is something about him that seemed so fake when he would get possessed by one of the spirits at the places that they were investigating. So today when I saw this video of him tapping into the spirit saying Mary Loves Dick and the whole crew losing it as soon as they were done with their segment was something I had to share with y’all. Seriously how classic was it what the spirits were telling him to say!
While it is obvious this show is fake, what I love about Most Haunted are the locations that they go to. Some of them have been around for over 1,000 years and others have been places that royalty stayed at like King Henry VIII. It is worth watching just for all the architecture from centuries past!


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