“Gordon Ramsay uses the F-bomb a whopping 212 times during his new Uncharted TV series”

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He is known for his liberal use of the F-bomb.

And Gordon Ramsay is said to have used profanity 212 times in his new series, Uncharted.

The celebrity chef, 53, serves up a generous order of expletives – using 302 in total – as he explores cuisine from around the world in the new National Geographic series which hits small screens on Wednesday, September 16.

Four-letter word: Gordon Ramsay is said to have used the F-bomb an impressive 212 times in his new series, Uncharted, which hits small screens on Wednesday, September 16.

According to The Sun, just 30 seconds after the opening scene set in Tasmania, Gordon has already been sworn in four times.

The profanity-laden show takes the chef on a journey around the world, soaking up different cultures and competing with local cooks.

The new series has seven 44-minute episodes, which equates to one expletive per minute for Gordon.

No filter!  The celebrity chef, 53, served a generous order of expletives and used up 302 in total as he explores cuisine around the world in the new National Geographic series.

No filter! The celebrity chef, 53, served a generous order of expletives and used up 302 in total as he explores cuisine around the world in the new National Geographic series.

Even the man himself admitted he was throwing curses like hot cakes.

While on a fishing trip to the United States on the show, he joked, “I’m in the swamps of southern Louisiana where we collect crayfish traps and so far the transportation is as bad as. my tongue. “

The father-of-five told Perth Now earlier this year that his youngest child, Oscar, one, is following in his footsteps, which includes the use of profanity.

In an episode of the new show, he said, `` I'm in the swamps of southern Louisiana where we collect crayfish traps and so far the transportation is as bad as my tongue ''

In an episode of the new show, he said, “I’m in the swamps of southern Louisiana where we collect crayfish traps and so far the transportation is as bad as my tongue.”

Like a father like a son: The father of five told Perth Now earlier this year that his youngest child, Oscar, one, had taken after his father and his excessive use of the four-letter word

Like a father like a son: The father of five told Perth Now earlier this year that his youngest child, Oscar, one, had taken after his father and his excessive use of the four-letter word

In fact, the chef joked that the tot said his first words at a recent meal – and they were really colorful.

He told the publication: “He did his first solids, but he spat them out in three seconds.

“It was mashed butternut squash. And you can kind of lip read, and Tana my wife was cooking.

‘And I think the words that came out of his mouth were’ f *** ing disgusting! ”

He said:

He said, “He made his first solids, but he spat them out in three seconds and you can kind of lip-read … And I think the words that came out of his mouth were” f *** ing disgusting! ”

Gordon has been in lockdown with his family in Cornwall, but has big plans for the next five years.

The Michelin-starred chef aims to open 200 new restaurants in Asia in order to expand his empire across the world by 2025.

It began reopening the first of its 35 restaurants in July after the company struggled during the coronavirus pandemic.

But now the businessman has unveiled new plans to expand his range of restaurants relative to industry rivals, including opening 50 more locations in the UK as he revealed his plans in financial reports dropped off at Companies House last week.

Expansion: It started reopening the first of its 35 restaurants in July and now Gordon plans to open 200 new restaurants in Asia to expand its empire globally over the next five years.

Expansion: It started reopening the first of its 35 restaurants in July and now Gordon plans to open 200 new restaurants in Asia to expand its empire globally over the next five years.

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