See which words Gordon Ramsay uses as alternative swears

See Which Words Gordon Ramsay Uses as Alternative Swears
See Which Words Gordon Ramsay Uses as Alternative Swears


Now, we all know Chef Gordon Ramsay loves his curse words -- but fortunately, Gordon's children haven't inherited his notoriously dirty mouth.

Instead, he told Jimmy Kimmel he taught them some tamer alternatives to use when they get angry.

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"So rather than saying the word s---, which is not nice, shiitake," said Gordon Ramsay on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

"Like the mushroom," said Jimmy Kimmel.

"It's not nice saying the word f---, so we say the word fructose," said Gordon.

Wow, real creative there, Gordon. We have no clue what could have inspired those particular words.

Fans on Twitter were loving Gordon's curse word substitutes -- but we know at least someone who wasn't: one of the teachers at his kids' school.

Gordon confessed the teacher called him at home to scold him about letting his children say "shiitake" as a swear. His response? "Mushrooms are delicious. Now, f--- off."

There's the Gordon we know and love! To see more of the chef and his sailor talk, you can catch new episodes of "Hell's Kitchen" Tuesdays on Fox.

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