Gastronomic Rape

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Celebrity “chef” Gordon Ramsay exhibits symptoms of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

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  1. acilius

     /  January 16, 2009

    The title you give this post sums up my feelings about all practical jokes. What I see when I see a practical joke is an attempt to humiliate a victim and temporarily compromise that victim’s control of his or her body. The people making this attempt react to the victim’s humiliation and loss of bodily integrity with glee and are confident that others who witness the incident or hear about it will share this glee and admire them for having humiliated and taken physical control of the victim. So a practical joke is like a scale-model of a rape, a rape in miniature.

  2. cymast

     /  January 16, 2009

    Yes, Ramsay is a rapist, he just goes about it unconventionally. Had I been that vegetarian, I would’ve MADE myself throw up the meat pizza then and there, preferably on Ramsay’s shoes. He is a coward who fears and hates people who don’t eat meat. I read he made his children promise to continue to eat meat when they grew up.

    People who don’t eat meat for 10 years- such as the vegertarian in the article- usually lack sufficient quantities of the enzymes needed to properly process meat. So yes, the vegetarian became physically ill as a result of Ramsay’s psychosis, not to mention the spiritual, religious, ethical, or philosophical ramifications the vegetarian had to face.

    Unless Ramsay personally prepares everything he eats, he shall be eating a number of nasty things for a while. Not that I agree with his sentence, that’s just the nature of people.

  3. acilius

     /  January 16, 2009

    I find it hard to believe that someone who makes a habit of tricking vegetarians into eating meat and boasting about it in the international media wouldn’t also like to assault other people in intimate ways and boast about that if he didn’t realize it might get him put in prison. It may be that Ramsay’s sole motivation is hatred of vegetarians, and that his first thought when he wakes up every morning is not “Oh God, if ONLY I could lead a campaign of mass rape!,” but I doubt it very much.

  4. cymast

     /  January 16, 2009

    Maybe his motivation is wanting to (unknowingly) eat something really nasty, and then be told about it. Who knows.

    A lot of my clients have a fantasy of being forced to eat various bodily products. Yes, even that. And that one too.

  5. acilius

     /  January 16, 2009

    The first time I ever stumbled onto a porn site on the web while looking for something other than porn was a site devoted to coprophagy. Even if I had known what I was getting, those images would have made me uncomfortable, but considering that I was expecting something completely unrelated and was hit with that it was a shock I’ve never forgotten.

  6. cymast

     /  January 16, 2009

    Maybe a few times a year I will go to a gay male porn site for the purpose of referring a client. Sometimes a client will ask me to view a site and discuss it with him. Often clients will send pics of themselves to be evaluated/ridiculed. Luckily, I haven’t stumbled upon any coprophagy sites. I did, however, view step-by-step pics of an actual self-castration. That’s something you don’t forget.

    Years ago, before I started the job I have now, I stumbled upon an alternative social networking site that seemed to have every other person listed as being into coprophagy. I didn’t know there was such a thing, and I thought all the people were just making it up for shock value. A part of me still thinks that.

  7. acilius

     /  January 17, 2009

    One thing about living with dogs, the idea of coprophagy no longer shocks me. That’s in the abstract. I don’t know how I’d react if I returned to that site, nor do I plan to find out.

  8. cymast

     /  January 17, 2009

    Ah . . I am reminded of a pet dog I once had, and his fondness for the cat box.

  9. acilius

     /  January 17, 2009

    That’s Phoenix’ secret shame. We can take him to steak houses, and he keeps his cool. We can take him to the meat section at the supermarket, he doesn’t bat an eye. We can set a stick of butter on the floor, and he won’t even look at it. But if there are cat droppings around, all his training and professionalism go out the window. He gulps that stuff down with total abandon.

  10. cymast

     /  January 17, 2009

    Is he available to moonlight as my cat box cleaner?

  11. acilius

     /  January 17, 2009

    Definitely not. The only time he got to eat as much cat poop as he wanted was when he got into Mrs Acilius’ grandmother’s cats’ droppings a year and a half ago. He was violently ill for a week after that. He could have died, in fact. You’d think he’d have learned his lesson, but no, whenever there are cat droppings around he goes wild. We have to yank his leash hard and scold him to get him to regain his composure. Fortunately that is his only bad habit.

  12. cymast

     /  January 17, 2009

    Wow! OK

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