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(Huffington Post)   Restaurant owners claim their Facebook account was "hacked" to explain the torrent of ALL CAPS posts defending themselves from "haters" and "trolls" after appearing on Kitchen Nightmares. Don't worry, the internet totally buys your story   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 500
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2013-05-15 02:58:35 PM
I'm watching the episode from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnJFH8wgegI

I just hit the 7:30 mark and holy shiat... that outburst would've made me leave even if I wasn't the one being yelled at.
 
2013-05-15 03:02:32 PM
Also, a pack of wild dogs could take over that place and it would be much more successful
 
2013-05-15 03:04:31 PM

PsyLord: Maybe I have ADHD, but I can only take watching the episode in 2 minute intervals.


I'm on five minute intervals myself.
 
2013-05-15 03:04:44 PM

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


They are ALL fake on some level.  Restaurants (both seating and kitchen) are generally not bright enough for TV cameras.  The lighting and camera guys already know in advance where they're going to be shooting.

/I know a guy
 
2013-05-15 03:05:11 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Guys! Someone hacked my pants and shat them! Totes not me!


i.imgur.com
 
2013-05-15 03:07:12 PM

CrazyCracka420: This kids, is why you don't stick your dick in crazy.


I would... right in her pooper... then wipe it on the curtains just to see her flip out.
 
2013-05-15 03:09:33 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: namegoeshere: Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.

...and cackle "Meow, meow, meow" as she did it.



3.bp.blogspot.com

Approves.
 
2013-05-15 03:09:57 PM

RevMark: CrazyCracka420: This kids, is why you don't stick your dick in crazy.

I would... right in her pooper... then wipe it on the curtains just to see her flip out.


Go on...
 
2013-05-15 03:10:10 PM

KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.


Perhaps that's where they live?

"The hacking was coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!!"
 
2013-05-15 03:11:21 PM
Glad we didn't tell them about the dirty knife.
 
2013-05-15 03:11:42 PM
i.imgur.com

i.imgur.com
 
2013-05-15 03:13:18 PM

Waldo Pepper: someone left this comment on the companies fb page

If you sold a grilled cheese called Amy and Samy's meltdown, it would be epic!


Yeah that was amazing, so was one of the replies: "They should buy it from Walmart and say that it was baked fresh daily."
 
2013-05-15 03:13:47 PM

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


I like them both and see them as completely different shows.  The British version seems to usually be more about the restaurant and the food, and the American version seems to be more about the farked up people running their restaurants into the ground.

Both are good shows, but for different reasons.
 
2013-05-15 03:13:56 PM
Daffydil:
CrazyCracka420: I echo the sentiments of a youtube comment...they kept flashing past the knives on the wall and I kept thinking "this could end very badly".  I wish I could be more like Gordon, he's a f*cking awesome, awesome person.

F*CK OFF


Yes Chef!
 
2013-05-15 03:14:34 PM
It's probably already posted here or in the other thread but here it is anyways...

Crazy woman was once busted for stealing and using someones SS#...

http://http://www.findforms.com/pdf_files/azd/20255/86-1.pdf
 
2013-05-15 03:15:31 PM

WinoRhino: Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).

I just heard from someone that they both have criminal records-- Amy apparently was involved with some sort of loan fraud with stolen social security numbers. I haven't been able to substantiate that, I'm just getting into this whole sage fairly late.


She applied for & got a line of credit using someone else's Social Security number. IIRC she ended up getting sentenced to a year in prison (bank fraud) plus the court ordered her to pay restitution. She appealed and lost.
 
2013-05-15 03:16:52 PM

NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
[weknowmemes.com image 550x407]



I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?

(You're choice of spelling, btw, has my mind hillariously jumping back and forth between allusions to Islam and H.P. Lovecraft.)

Anyway, super entertaining episode.
 
2013-05-15 03:16:53 PM
Sometimes I hate people. You know the end of this story, right?

Here's a couple, sodelusional, soself-centered, so evil and SO deserving of a beat-down... what's going to happen to them?

a. Closetheirrestaurant, live like hermits
b. Seekcounselling, ask for forgiveness and become better people
c. Be rewarded with a new reality show, adding to their delusional mind set, narcissism and sense of self worth?


Either way, it's gonna end badly for these two, they are the very definition of bat shiat crazy.
 
2013-05-15 03:19:48 PM
Best part?  She has done this way before Kitchen Nightmares.


Here is a clip from a local tv station on her getting mad at a Yelp review
 
2013-05-15 03:21:56 PM

Endive Wombat: KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.

Perhaps that's where they live?

"The hacking was coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!!"


I somehow doubt those two would consider living anywhere outside Snobsdale.  :D
 
2013-05-15 03:22:11 PM

Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?


Facebook Freakout

Gordon Ramsay quit for the first time ever in the show's 82-episode history
 
2013-05-15 03:22:24 PM
What a fun place to eat, as long as you don't put their food in your mouth.

I'd go just to get into it with that tip stealing sAmy, whut fun!
 
2013-05-15 03:24:33 PM
I do enjoy how even in the face of comically minor criticism, this crazy woman melts down into full-blown victim mode.

I imagine a lot of this:
"Did you change your hair?"
"That's it!  I'm closing for today.  Why would you say that about my hair?  What is wrong with you?  I should have you killed, you bastard!  I'm doing the best I can.  YOU'RE NOT MY REAL MOM!"

Both of these people are frauds and sociopaths.  And, they will go to great lengths to blame everyone else for their troubles in order to maintain the fragile facade they've worked very hard to create so as to hide the people they really are.
 
2013-05-15 03:24:34 PM

Thorndyke Barnhard: NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
[weknowmemes.com image 550x407]


I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?



In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".
 
2013-05-15 03:24:55 PM

verbal_jizm: ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.

Yep. Good restaurant. Kitchen Nightmares provided them nothing of value and succeeded in making them look like fools even if most of it was manufactured. For instance, the fridge full of rotting food: the producers made them turn the fridge off so the lights and equipment could be plugged into the restaurant's circuit without tripping the breaker. Amazing that food spoils when not refrigerated. Sure, you could give the owners a hard time for not anticipating this but it's not like having rotting food in the fridge is a normal occurrence for them.


You know, I'm not that concerened with HOW the spoiled meat ended up in their cooler so much as I'm concerned that the owner STILL wanted to serve it.
 
2013-05-15 03:28:27 PM
If she's a trophy wife, it must be an 8th place trophy. I can't believe anyone can wear that much eyeliner without actually serving as Batman's sidekick.
 
2013-05-15 03:28:49 PM

Orange-Pippin: [i.imgur.com image 456x186]

[i.imgur.com image 687x228]


Oh that is too f*cking funny. +10 internets for you.
 
2013-05-15 03:29:11 PM

Ace Rimmer: verbal_jizm: ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.

Yep. Good restaurant. Kitchen Nightmares provided them nothing of value and succeeded in making them look like fools even if most of it was manufactured. For instance, the fridge full of rotting food: the producers made them turn the fridge off so the lights and equipment could be plugged into the restaurant's circuit without tripping the breaker. Amazing that food spoils when not refrigerated. Sure, you could give the owners a hard time for not anticipating this but it's not like having rotting food in the fridge is a normal occurrence for them.

You know, I'm not that concerened with HOW the spoiled meat ended up in their cooler so much as I'm concerned that the owner STILL wanted to serve it.


i12.tinypic.com
Serve spoiled food, no way.  But hey, push the fish, it's starting to turn...
 
2013-05-15 03:29:39 PM

PreMortem: In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".


Ah, thanks for the clarification. Thank goodness she's not as obnoxious as I thought she might be...?
 
2013-05-15 03:30:13 PM
I'm looking forward to seeing the follow up...
 
2013-05-15 03:31:23 PM
Near the place where Ramsey quits, she says "I didn't come here to be abused."

Actually, honey, that's the whole point of the show.  Did you not get that?
 
2013-05-15 03:32:08 PM

OtherLittleGuy: The husband looks very familiar:

[st-listas.20minutos.es image 640x427]


"Why The Long Face?!?!?!"
 
2013-05-15 03:33:49 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.
 
2013-05-15 03:34:45 PM
freetomato:

Good God, did you see this quote from the Yahoo link:
the help



Oh, Jim Donaldson, you've never worked in food service. Hope you like spit, semen, poop, etc in your food.
 
2013-05-15 03:36:01 PM

Mr. Cat Poop: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.


Nah, I don't see her doing the tearful backpedal apology when the death threats come rolling in.  She's more like the dipshiat neighbor who paraded a coffin in front of the girl dying from MS.
 
2013-05-15 03:36:11 PM

Orange-Pippin: Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?

Facebook Freakout

Gordon Ramsay quit for the first time ever in the show's 82-episode history


Anybody have the link to the original FARK thread?
 
2013-05-15 03:37:28 PM

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


Did you WATCH the episode? I'm pretty sure her IQ went into the negative.
 
2013-05-15 03:37:42 PM

PreMortem: Thorndyke Barnhard: NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
[weknowmemes.com image 550x407]


I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?


In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".


Yep. If you want to hear it in popular media:

Go back to the first Mummy movie with Brendan Fraser. There's at least two occasions where that hotter-than-the-sun arabic bad guy turned good guy says the same thing, basically while saying 'We out, yo, let's haul it!".
Yalla. Imshi!
Go to the first scene after they 'attack' Fraser's camp at night and he end the scuffle by lighting a stick of dynomite. The arab gigolo guy tells them to leave or die in 24 hours. Then, that's what he says as he turns his horse and leads his forces away.

My kid loves that movie, so ive seen it like 5000 times.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:08 PM
I saw a news report from a Phoenix station that showed them open for business last Saturday night. Samy was being very selective of who was allowed in the restaurant to eat and who wasn't.

Also - I know that the people who appeared on that episode have a clause in their contract to remain silent (for instance, the owners were NOT allowed to appear in an on-camera interview on the news) but I'd still like to know what's going on with the waitress, food runner, etc.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:28 PM
I do know that people who use the term "flavor profile" deserve to have their foreheads punctured with a meat fork.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:36 PM

Vodka Zombie: MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.

I like them both and see them as completely different shows.  The British version seems to usually be more about the restaurant and the food, and the American version seems to be more about the farked up people running their restaurants into the ground.

Both are good shows, but for different reasons.


That seems about right. I think of the UK show more as featuring places that can actually be saved if they stop hanging on to the past. The US show is all about featuring restaurants run by people who have no business running a restaurant.
 
2013-05-15 03:39:33 PM

Orange-Pippin: [i.imgur.com image 456x186]

[i.imgur.com image 687x228]


I get kind of a Kate Gosselin vibe from her...  she wants to be the center of attention at all times.. .but she's such a 'victim' of circumstance... why won't all these people just leave her alone... hey where are all the cameras? why aren't you taking my picture and talking about me on tv?  did I mention how much god has blessed me in the last 5 minutes?

www.usmagazine.com
 
2013-05-15 03:40:10 PM

Harmania: If she's a trophy wife, it must be an 8th place trophy. I can't believe anyone can wear that much eyeliner without actually serving as Batman's sidekick.


Everybody gets a trophy!
 
2013-05-15 03:42:24 PM

Mr. Cat Poop: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.


He knew she didn't make them as soon as he saw her kitchen....Honestly, most restaurants get their desserts pre-made. Her fault was claiming that she made them herself, which is dishonest.
 
2013-05-15 03:42:45 PM
OMG... I'm at the 29 minute mark and at the Ramsey/Samy face off.  This is like being a witness to a potential murder.
 
2013-05-15 03:43:46 PM

PsyLord: OMG... I'm at the 29 minute mark and at the Ramsey/Samy face off.  This is like being a witness to a potential murder.


Too many witnesses.
 
2013-05-15 03:43:53 PM
I don't normally care about these sorts of shows/entertainment, but this is goddamned amusing.

How long before they shut their doors, do you think?
 
2013-05-15 03:46:23 PM

A Terrible Human: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Guys! Someone hacked my pants and shat them! Totes not me!

[i.imgur.com image 421x482]


And you were already on my favourites...
 
2013-05-15 03:49:45 PM
Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!
 
2013-05-15 03:52:22 PM

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


No it  wasn't. It was crap. Worse part? Every episode had a scene where Ramsey would be talking about his strategy to save the resturant He'd be talking to the camera, and start to take his shirt off and put on his chef's coat.  It was strange as all fark.

/I would crack myself up thinking how farked up would it be if say the painter Bob Ross would do that, talk about the show, take his shirt off, and be putting on his smock....
 
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