Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Blind Item #8

Somehow this foreign born A list celebrity chef/reality star has managed to make even more money from his demise while everyone else licks serious wounds for the losses he incurred. Wait until they take a look at his books. The real ones.

57 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Janie Oliver

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

bourdain

Tricia13 said...

Jamie*or Gordon Ramsey

Tricia13 said...

But I think it’s Jamie’s restaurants that just tanked and closed

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

Do you know what DEMISE means, moron?

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

de·mise
/dəˈmīz/
Learn to pronounce
noun
1.
a person's death.
"Mr. Grisenthwaite's tragic demise"
synonyms: death, dying, passing, passing away, passing on, loss of life, expiry, expiration, end, departure from life, final exit; More

Tricia13 said...

Anthony Bourdain was born and raised in NYC.
Demise applies to the failure of business ventures,not death.

Cinnamon Sticker said...

Agree that it's Jamie Oliver. Said he put millions of his own money into the failing restaurants and had to close a bunch of them.

Me Again said...


+1 with the idea that demise is referring to the closing of the restaurants, not his death.

Kate k said...

TFW your nemesis is a complete fool but you are gracious as usual.

Anonymous said...

Fuck yourself with a coconut

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

Then it should say business demise. Not my fault illiterates write thesen blinds. I stand corrected-I thought AB was FB. Oliver is in the news so must be him.

Heather said...

Unrelated, but wasn't this a major CDAN post about 18 months ago?
https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-7-4-tons-of-venezuelas-gold-landed-in-africaand-vanished-11560867792

Brayson87 said...

I feel like Oliver gave Enty food poisoning at some point, which is kind of unforgivable if it's coming out both ends.

Tricia13 said...

Thank you,KateK:)

E said...

It's not MY fault I don't understand basic reading comprehension!!

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

I read the blind correctly. Tricia speaks fluent enty because this site is her lifeline. Day-in, day-out. Everyday, ALL DAY she is here.

Guesser said...

Another poorly written blind,it does sound like the person is dead. But it's probably meant to be Jamie Oliver. He is probably making 💲 outside the restaurant,business,which aren't affected by the closings.

Zebra Seasoning said...

Are none of my faves unproblematic?

J said...

Licks?

Giada?

Flashy Vic said...

Not pukka, Jamie.

Low Key said...

Clearly you did NOT read the blind correctly, dumbass. Don't blame others for your lack of reading comprehension.

Unknown said...

Here for the comments. Love seeing "DQyDJ" owned over and over again. Who talks about having nothing better to do. LOL, ROFL, LMAO and various other acronyms.

Brayson87 said...

Demise has a little wiggle room, more an ending meaning than death. Still it's like the end of Oliver's restaurants are his financial or career demise, he's still got the books and everything else.

Snatch and Ladders said...

Jamie Oliver sold Wetherspoons steaks.

JD said...

You obviously know how to google, but you conveniently forgot the second definition provided:
de·mise
/dəˈmīz/
noun: demise
the end or failure of an enterprise or institution.
"the demise of industry"
synonyms: end, breakup, disintegration, fall, downfall, ruin; More
failure, collapse, foundering
"the demise of the Ottoman empire"
antonyms: start

Tricia may speak fluently Enty but she also speaks fluent English.

HushHush said...

It's Jamie Oliver. His restaurants have closed, and his brother in-law was running a second set of books. How far the smug fall, but not really that far, they have golden parachutes.

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

It stated HIS demise. Not his businesses. That means death, fool. If he was having a demise he would not be pocketing MONEY. So many dumb hillbillies here these days-just pathetic.

Unknown said...

And so you are dude

DontQuitYourDayJob said...

If whomever wrote this had a BRAIN it would be worded like-

Somehow this foreign born A list celebrity chef/reality star has managed to make even more money from his ***********BRANDS********** demise while everyone else licks serious wounds for the losses he incurred. Wait until they take a look at his books. The real ones.

cg said...

Jesus Christ get help

Unknown said...

Because Trish is almost always right...DQyDJ is a hired troll tyring to shut her down. Not going to work, only convinces everyone else she knows what she is talking about. DQyDJ tactics are too obvious and desperate. Makes for fun reading though.

Low Key said...

Everyone else is wrong and you're right... there's a word for that y'know.

HeatherBee said...

The rule for distinguishing when to use whomever or whoever depends on the object pronouns. An easy rule of thumb would be to think about the m. For example:
If he (whoever) wrote this had a BRAIN, ( comma was needed here).
If him (whomever) wrote this had a BRAIN,

HeatherBee said...

I’m also available for sentence diagramming.😀

Sagan said...

Just because I've never truly cared for him, I'm gonna say Eric Ripert. But it's probably more than likely Jamie Oliver. That mushmouthed wanker.

HeatherBee said...

Don’t get me wrong here, Don’t QuitYourDayJob- I’m not in your corner. You are tiresome and pedantic. You hijack threads to the point of lunacy. You bully another poster so many times every single day, that the word IRONIC should flash brightly across all of our screens when you post a rant about her time here. That said, it’s always a big sign of insecurity when people misuse or misunderstand big words or complex meanings. You would be wise not to bandy about the terms “ illiterate” and “ hillbilly” when you yourself are not so sure of the nuances of the English language.

Anna said...

Did you hear about the semi-colon that broke the law? He was given two consecutive sentences.

EponymousAnonymoud said...

Lol how could a dead guy make money? Smh.

HeatherBee said...

@ Anna - 😂. The past, present, and future walked into a bar. It was tense.

TommyWantsHisMommy said...

I'm a moron and i read this as Oliver...business failings///job losses..

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Pearl said...

@HeatherBee

Vita said...

Anna & HeatherBee -- LOL! I swear, start a podcast with Candy former anchor from CNN, and I will be a lifetime member! Well done, ladies!😁

Guest777 said...

Haven't read full article,but thought of the Gaddafi gold blind when I seen the headline...

Flashy Vic said...

Ah the 'lick' reference is about Jamie Oliver's infamous 'too big for his mouth' tongue. I get it now.

rabbit said...

Are there pills for OCD, or do you go around torturing folks with your problem?

Weekittylass said...

*********BRAND’S**********. There, fixed if for you and your diseased brain. HeatherBee we’re not worthy. Epic shade.

AbbyRock said...

Thinking Bourdain because of 2 words: the books and demise. Is books referring to diaries?

Although it could be Jamie if books refer to accounting books.

Pepperoni10010 said...

Suddenly my day just got a massive dose of 'Bonkers'.

Can't decide if i'm feeling entertained or abhorred.

I'm so hoping this person is doing it on purpose else i'm going to feel guilty for laughing/choking at someone with mental issues.

A.Claire said...

The tax man cometh...

JL said...

“Demise” is used more often about people but also to mean the failure or collapse of something.
Poorly written blinds put the lie to the idea that they are written by attorneys, who are always first and foremost wordsmiths.

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Unknown said...

Wow do you have someone who is succinct writing your posts now? It's not like you to be able to spell and use big words

Unknown said...

She isn't always right. Drink the koolaid

Unknown said...

Demise has been used to indicate death since forever. But I guess since not even a dictionary definition is enough to convince you I guess you just do you.

Unknown said...

"Brand's"

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