blech he just looks like the kind of guy with cheese under his foreskin
blech he just looks like the kind of guy with cheese under his foreskin
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He's geting fat. slowly.
i never liked his thick lips.
love men, adore men, never know it could be soo gooood
i love him for his food etc - i have all his books and a LOT of his merchandise
So much beauty in Life , shiny on the outside - empty on the inside. I get lost sometimes , blinded by the flashing lights - distractions always in my mind.
Id luv to play with Jamies bum cheeks!!
who is jamie oliver, btw?
He's a cute English chef...chunky ass!!
Jamie was so cute ... before he got fat. The curse of being a chef.
Cute....but I hate him so much.
Watched food revolution a few times. An incredibly unlikable guy. He is so bitchy and demanding that he would take situations where he could actually make a difference, and through his attitude drive everyone away. Then he would act shocked and offended when at the end of the episode he was being ignored.
What a douche.
Instead of taking the food he found and making it healthier. He always insisted on totally replacing everything about it. Which is why he failed everywhere he went.
He's definitely past his Use-By date.
Pudgy, obnoxious, foul-mouthed.
He can't comb his hair or wash his face
I know that he went to a farm and slit open a lambs throat on one of the british tv shows. I think he is a total scum-bucket.
And he can shove his ideas about food UP HIS ASS too.......
He was at his cutest and best in The Naked Chef. After that programme, he lost his appeal and I didn't watch any of his other shows.
It's funny just how badly he has been received over in America. I haven't seen any of the American shows so I don't know exactly how they've portrayed him but he always comes across quite well in the UK shows. Not my favourite chef to watch but he has good intentions (and I love his recipes). He has said he found the American chefs really difficult to work with and customers unwilling to change.
I find him cute. Boyfriend material rather than a quick fuck; he can make breakfast afterwards!
Ooh, I definitely agree! Total boyfriend material. So cute, and his recipes are kinda fun to make. I wouldn't mind a few naked fakes of The Naked Chef! Hee-hee!
Preferably him lying with healthy fruits and veggies around his body....
La Vie Boheme! No Day But TODAY.
The idea that people need to eat more healthy are right. His opinions on how it should be done are moronic. He treats food like an all or nothing proposition....either its 100% organic, low fat, low sugar, healthiest option imaginable or bust....which isn't how the real world works.
I tuned into the show expecting to side with him 100% from what I had seen on ads for the show. His methods were designed to fail though....because failure makes hot TV.
Yeah, he was so cute in his Naked Chef days. He has put on a few lately. He's still pretty cute though.
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However, what you describe is NOT what was on the show. My mentality has nothing to do with it. His douchebaggery on the show did....and yes he set himself up to fail for drama. I have no doubt whatsoever he was a massive douche intentionally. Doesn't sound like someone with people best interests at heart to me.
He was vaguely cute back in those days but right from the beginning I've had this urge to reach through the television and grab that annoying tongue of his.
Surely he could paint some anti-inflammatory drug over that giant tongue so his speech could be a little more intelligible.
He's a twat. Ruining British food. I had nothing against him until he decided that everything had to be healthy.
Give me the Two Fat Ladies any day.
Here's a real breakfast:
Two journalists killed during live broadcasts by madman smothering them with pillows. Because remember, guns don't kill people....
The other annoying thing for pedants like me is the utter lie of him advertising himself as a 'naked' chef. He was never naked... and now that he's fat, I don't want to see him naked.
I don't need to have watched every episode of every show he has ever been inb and read all his cookbooks and watched every interview ever done to be able to recognize someone who is acting like a prick.
If he is as great and understanding as you said he is maybe he should act like it instead of putting up completely different personality fronts depending what show he is on. He comes off as one of the fakest people I have ever seen on TV....and yes......Revolution is the ONLY show I base this on....but guess what? Thats all I....or anyone else needs.
If he doesn't want to be judged solely based on one show then maybe he should act better in that show.
I watch a ton of cooking shows and honestly.....I have never seen him on except as like a guest once or twice. Why is it my responsibility to go out and track down and watch shows of his elsewhere? Do I need to listen to every single song released by Madonna to decide I don't like her music...at all? No, I listen to the ones I run into on the radio and judge from there. (just an example....love Madonna)
If you can't handle celebrities being judged by...you know....their shows. Then what exactly should they be judged on? Or should we all just defer to your opinion because apparently you are more informed on this particular celebrity than us?
I am fine with you thinking he is a great guy. Thats your business...... however, everyone has a right to an opinion and yours is no more valid than anyone elses. You have the right to disagree with my opinion all you want....you don't have the right to attack MY right to have an opinion.
Oh come on Star.......just invite Jamie up your way and fuck his brains out....... ........I'm fairly sure he's low in cholesterol too....... .......though not entirely fat free.......
I'm siting here reading this thread and all it's doing is making me sad.
I actually like Jamie Oliver - go onto TED.com and type in his name and watch the speech he gave about the food crisis in America.
I'm married to a THIN chef and my husband is up on all the food theory and health science - what Mr. Oliver speaks about is absolutely correct.
Consider that 75% of every dollar spent on medical care in the US pays for chronic, diet-related disease (this can be found on the CDC and NIH sites).
The claim it's uninsured and illegals making costs soar ignores the fact that uninsured and illegals generally do NOT get care for chronic issues, only acute care.
The reality obscured by insurers who want mandated customers to profit from is that it is the majority of their CURRENT customers who have the *chronic* illnesses that come of bad diets - and why *should* someone with insurance take better care of their health - that's what the insurance is there for - do for them what they won't do on their own.. right?
Given that this translates to 75% of your soon-to-be-mandatory insurance premiums - perhaps we need to pay attention to what Jamie Oliver is saying.
As he said in his TED speech which I will paraphrase here - obesity *alone* costs 150 BILLION dollars a year and it is set to double in the coming decade and we do NOT have that kind of money.
(and what I recently found out also is that pediatric strokes in children 5-15 is up 35% in the past 5 years and the curve on new cases is starting to tick upwards. What's the lifetime cost for care when you're dealing with a 17 year old that's had a decade of diabetes and is obese and requires a triple-bypass? Who's paying for that?)
How much do you want to pay to cover the medical-care costs of those who see food as a way to abuse themselves?
In another two years, come the mandate for insurance. we're going to find out.
I'm glad I'm poor. I won't be paying into this fiasco.
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Here's my weirdness about British guys:
The British accent on white guys tends to turn me off (for the most part - Daniel Craig would be one exception) but the British accent on a black guys is kinda' hot
How weird is that?
Jamie is, to me, cuter with an American accent. When he speaks with his British accent, I just don't see it anymore.
Id still play with his ass cheeks and sniff his hole!! Xx
Oliver, who is an international advocate for healthy eating, was in Australia this week to open his Ministry of Food school.…in an effort to promote healthy eating.
The foodie was asked by a reporter if he had gained a few pounds since his last trip Down Under .
Oliver snapped back calling the journalist who quizzed him about his weight a "bitch".
"I don't know. I am very healthy. I think the last time I had a filling in my teeth, which was quite recently, I was in good nick. But really, I am not really sure.
"Are you from a tabloid? Thank you for noticing, you bitch,"
i love james tanner much more! (he's a chef on ready steady coock)
did anyone ch jamie oliver on alan carr chatty man? at one point he got fed chocolate pudding on a dildo, i was wondering if anyone can find a gif or something because i have no idea where to begin when making a gif :P
lol thats funny
He's gotten a bit chunky. Food Revolution, indeed!
Jamie looks so fucking sexy now.
He was on Alan Carr Chatty Man and he has stubble, not too chunky but this gorgeous cuddle perfect weight.
But did anyone see Alan put a dildo covered in cream in his mouth with Jamie thinking it was a wooden spoon and he deep throats it?! Oh my god, I rewound that and slow-motioned it so many times.
I cant believe the number of idiots that said since the name of the show was The Naked Chef, they were expecting to see a naked Jamie Oliver. Really? On a family show? You were expecting him to undress? Colossal stupidity
IMHO, he is sexy and appealing. Like some here I actually find his lisp very sexy too.
Jamie Oliver was filmed slitting open a lambs throat as part of some british cooking show. I think he is a total scumbag.
Well how do you think the food gets to your table
Not my table.... Never has, never will. Besides, lambs look like adorable poodles. You'd have to be a monster to hurt one.
I think our own (greek) naked chef - Akis Petretzikis - is waaaaaay hotter!
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In the last 12 months, the average vegetable grower has gone from making a small profit to making a loss. In the same 12 months, Mr Oliverís wealth rose by an estimated £90 million.