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[Video] Thai Chef Gives Stink Face to Gordon Ramsay's Pad Thai

You may know Chef Gordon Ramsay from his role on the popular reality show Hell's Kitchen, where he spends an hour each week crushing the dreams of aspiring chefs. Whether you love him or hate him, the man is a success: Ramsay has 16 Michelin stars under his belt but also something of an attitude.

Which is what makes the following video featured on Alltop so satisfying. On another of his TV programs, The F Word, Ramsay joins forces with a Thai chef to cook an authentic meal for a group of monks in London. When his dish is complete, Ramsay presents it to the Thai chef, who takes a bite. A delightfully awkward silence and a pretty impressive stink face ensue.

Taking into account Ramsay's long history of lambasting other human beings, there's some sort of cosmic justice in this clip. If only the Thai chef had done this instead:

Caption: GIF via via Giphy

Feast your eyes on the video below:

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