>be chain smoking alcoholic because spent most of your life in kitchens with other stressed out chain smoking alcoholics and coke heads >clean up a bit and earn 3 michelin stars >you have literally gained the highest status in your field in the world >nothing to keep you from drinking again >start drinking again and realize that life literally has no meaning anymore >depression from hangover takes over >probably some ex still on your mind
Gee, I wonder what other way this could turn out, literally everyone I know who work at restaurants are alcoholics, drug addicts and/or unhealthy gamblers, of course that shit rapes you with depression.
>>7332985 Still Loiseau had financial problems, and serious depressions. Furthermore the Gault Millau only gave him 17 points in 2003, instead of 19 which he had in 2002. This led to the newspaper Le Figaro discussing about Loiseau losing one of his three stars. The rest of the story is well known.
Anyways, nobody knows what caused the tragedy yesterday yet.
>>7332744 You know, I know it's an anonymous imageboard, but... you shouldn't go pushing your life story on everyone like it was a dive bar past midnight.
Also, you are not qualified to stain a proper chef's memory by even remotely equating yourself to him. "I could get 3 michelin stars if I cleaned up my act a bit", you say? How about die and be reincarnated, and try again from the bottom, and you may have a chance. You slimy little American washout.
What's the deal with cooking in restaurants? Asking because I've never really done it nor do I know anyone who's done it. I spent a few months cooking in a diner, and while it got stressful during rushes, it didn't feel worse than being busy at any other job I've had. But these stereotypical chain-smoking, stressed-out chefs seem to be a staple of pretty much every restaurant. So what's the deal? What's so bad about cooking. (I do understand this guy's reasoning. Being at the top of the game has to be enormously stressful.)
>>7335041 Fucking this. The place I work at right now? Couldn't care less if it burned to the ground beyond the fact that I hate job hunting and make good money. It's run like shit and I just go to get paid; I tried investing myself in it and it wasn't worth it, so now I autopilot.
>>7335202 I am afraid I have to agree. /ck/ is the most misanthropic board on all of 4chan, worse than even /jp/. People here can smell weakness, and thirst for blood, especially that of the succesful.
There's an especially large concentration of fencesitting do-nothings who go "I could do that if I wanted to" throughout their miserable lives, until realizing that the game is already over and they did nothing to make it shine when at their deathbeds. It's these people who hate "stars" the most, and flock to mock people who try, fail and make fools out of themselves like Jack Scalfani or Guy Fieri.
>>7335204 Ramsay knows what's up, I suppose. That's why he quit under Marco Pierre White, and that's why White himself is a ruin of a human being whose ass is mortgaged to Knorr for the next 200 years. Even in November 2116, the Knorr legal team will perform the rites to summon his tortured soul from the underworld so that he can deliver their adverts of boullion cubes and dehydrated ingredients for the Christmas season. And those who buy sign their souls to the fucking Devil.
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