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#77 - I recommend you not TL;DR that though because that's only thre…  [+] (2 replies) 08/25/2015 on 'That's my boy' 0
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#78 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
I only insulted you AFTER you got all pissy and defensive, again.

I told you to grow up AFTER you continually got all bitchy and hostile at my comments. Literally reread what I wrote first and formost. Nothing was insulting.

You kept going with the "who the fuck do you think you are shut up I don't care" so I reacted in a normal manner which is to call you a child. It is passive aggressive. If I was getting aggressive I'd probably resort to swearing at you.

It is your lack of comprehension. You're defending YOUR mistake of biting someone's head off.

And finally, I can say whatever I want to whomever I want. Your telling me there's "no need to say that" translates essentially to "I don't care, what was the point of you talking to me"

I was merely stirring up conversation about the show.
You went and got all angry without even reading that I was agreeing with you.
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#79 - chefwurm (08/27/2015) [-]
I'll get all angry and just say fuck you then. Happy? That's what a child would say apparently. Fuck you, bro. ;) You're irrelevant now. <3 Deuces.
#75 - Okay, we're honestly on the same page if you ask me. I'm not s…  [+] (4 replies) 08/25/2015 on 'That's my boy' 0
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#76 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
Look at the first comment I made.

I only referenced "I'm in retail" after you pulled up the "my dad is a chef card."

I said this before that, too.

"I was just remarking that the kid, from what I've seen of him, needs to also learn when to let back before his teammates decide to tune him out completely. "

Don't fault me for your miscomprehension.

And if you respond with hostility and say "oh well I don't give a fuck what you have to say"

Expect at least some level of passive aggression back.
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#77 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
I recommend you not TL;DR that though because that's only three paragraphs. Sorry for the wall of text, but I had to defend my claims because you insulted me four times for no real reason other than the fact that I said your "opinion," which we now claim as fact. I can say "what I've seen of him," too. That doesn't equal "I've seen a lot of what he's like from the show itself." Not miscomprehension, it's your lack of providing the necessary information to actually comprehend it. Like, really? Now you're just being a dick.

Read it all, seriously. Like I even said in the TL;DR, different occupations require different amounts of dickiness, you know retail more than me, I know the kitchen more than you.

And it's not passive aggression to straight up say "grow up," and "you can't comprehend what I'm saying." That's called being a dick over the fact that I find your need to tell me what a good leader is a waste of time because WE BOTH KNOW WHAT A GOOD LEADER IS. You're completely missing that point. Did I say I didn't give a fuck? No, if I didn't I wouldn't have addressed it at all, I was saying that there is no need in telling me.

See, you're defending your mistakes rather than admitting to them. I'll admit I came off as a dick by saying you're wasting your time in telling me, but that could also be because of your "miscomprehension." Don't fault me for that, as you said.
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#78 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
I only insulted you AFTER you got all pissy and defensive, again.

I told you to grow up AFTER you continually got all bitchy and hostile at my comments. Literally reread what I wrote first and formost. Nothing was insulting.

You kept going with the "who the fuck do you think you are shut up I don't care" so I reacted in a normal manner which is to call you a child. It is passive aggressive. If I was getting aggressive I'd probably resort to swearing at you.

It is your lack of comprehension. You're defending YOUR mistake of biting someone's head off.

And finally, I can say whatever I want to whomever I want. Your telling me there's "no need to say that" translates essentially to "I don't care, what was the point of you talking to me"

I was merely stirring up conversation about the show.
You went and got all angry without even reading that I was agreeing with you.
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#79 - chefwurm (08/27/2015) [-]
I'll get all angry and just say fuck you then. Happy? That's what a child would say apparently. Fuck you, bro. ;) You're irrelevant now. <3 Deuces.
#73 - Okay, you're not the guy who I was talking to so why reply? I …  [+] (6 replies) 08/25/2015 on 'That's my boy' 0
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#74 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
Okay since you're going to react with complete hostility and completely refuse to comprehend anything I'm saying, I'll put it into simple form.

There are times when you need to be a dick.
There are also times when you need to be NICE.
Being a dick all the time will get you fired too, and definitely hated by your team.
This guy tends to be more dick than effective leader as we see further along in the series.
Ramsey has proven in many of his shows to not be a dick at times where being a dick is not helpful.

It isn't subjective, it's simple fact. A leader that is a dick 100 percent of the time is a leader everyone grows to hate, and then do shit jobs for. This is basic management training.

That's all I was saying, it was just a simple commentary.

Way to bite a stranger's head off on the internet. How's high school/college working out for you? Not good I'd assume, since you tend to immediately get all defensive and pull out the "I know more than you" card when someone's just making a simple statement.

Grow up.
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#75 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
Okay, we're honestly on the same page if you ask me. I'm not saying I know more than you, I'm saying I know basic social aspects that sometimes you have to be a dick, Ramsay was commending the fact that he came to that understanding. I didn't watch this season of Hell's Kitchen so I don't know what this guy did, I didn't know he's just a dick completely to his team. I'm taking from what I saw, and what I saw was Ramsay commending a guy for figuring out that sometimes you have to be a dick. It's not hostility, I just already know what you meant and stated you're wasting your time. I never said I know more than you, I said I just know. Being a good leader is completely subjective to the trade. A drill sergeant is still a leader nonetheless, the subjectivity of being a leader is based on the trade, within the trade you have the definition of what a good leader is. That is a fact, so you're right. I never said you were wrong besides when I thought you were the other guy stating that Ramsay was disappointed.
You've seen more of this guy than I have, so you claim it as me refusing to comprehend what your saying? Really? That's just rude.
You claim I'm hostile because I say your opinion doesn't matter to me? But I'm just making commentary, way to bite a stranger's head off on the Internet for stating his opinion. My opinion on why it doesn't matter is because you and I both already know that a good leader shouldn't be a dick 100% of the time. Honestly, no one should, however we both agree that there are times that warrant being a dick, different occupations require different amounts. That's why my opinion on saying it didn't matter is what it is, again, I'm totally agreeing with you.
No need to tell me to grow up when you don't even understand the reason I've said what I said, again, you've seen more of this chef, so you know more about him than I do. You probably should've started with that instead of being like "I'm in retail so I know how to be a good leader." No. You should've been like "I've seen this guy throughout the series and he's a complete dick, that's not how a good leader should be because people will start to just tune him out. I'm in retail, so I deal with the conflict of choosing whether or not to be a dick at times." Better? My "hostility" came from how you presented yourself, not at what you said because I agree with what you said regarding the matter.
Did I insult you as much as you insulted me? Nope, I just said that you being in retail means you don't understand the AMOUNT of dickiness it takes in the kitchen setting because, as I said earlier, each job requires different amounts. So who is hostile? You basically called me a child, called me hostile, said I can't comprehend what you're saying, AND make assumptions that I claim "I know more than you." We know the same, I never said I'm better than you. You know more about this guy than I do, it took you three comments for you to actually say "I've seen a lot of this guy." What I know more about than you though is the kitchen setting and the amount of dickiness it takes, and you know more than I do on the amount of dickiness it takes in retail.
We agree on the fact that no job requires the amount of 100% though.
We both made some mistakes, I accept mine, will you accept yours?
TL;DR:
>You should've started with the fact that you've seen more of this guy's leadership personality because I'm just going off what I saw.
>We're on the same page, I'm agreeing with you.
>You insulted me with calling me a child, calling me hostile, said I can't comprehend what you're saying, AND made assumptions that I claim "I know more than you," when we both know the same thing.
>I said your opinion on what a good leader is doesn't matter because we BOTH know what it takes to be one. Who is hostile?
>Leadership is subjective because while each job requires an amount of dickiness, different jobs require different amounts. Fact. You know the retail amount, I know the kitchen amount.
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#76 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
Look at the first comment I made.

I only referenced "I'm in retail" after you pulled up the "my dad is a chef card."

I said this before that, too.

"I was just remarking that the kid, from what I've seen of him, needs to also learn when to let back before his teammates decide to tune him out completely. "

Don't fault me for your miscomprehension.

And if you respond with hostility and say "oh well I don't give a fuck what you have to say"

Expect at least some level of passive aggression back.
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#77 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
I recommend you not TL;DR that though because that's only three paragraphs. Sorry for the wall of text, but I had to defend my claims because you insulted me four times for no real reason other than the fact that I said your "opinion," which we now claim as fact. I can say "what I've seen of him," too. That doesn't equal "I've seen a lot of what he's like from the show itself." Not miscomprehension, it's your lack of providing the necessary information to actually comprehend it. Like, really? Now you're just being a dick.

Read it all, seriously. Like I even said in the TL;DR, different occupations require different amounts of dickiness, you know retail more than me, I know the kitchen more than you.

And it's not passive aggression to straight up say "grow up," and "you can't comprehend what I'm saying." That's called being a dick over the fact that I find your need to tell me what a good leader is a waste of time because WE BOTH KNOW WHAT A GOOD LEADER IS. You're completely missing that point. Did I say I didn't give a fuck? No, if I didn't I wouldn't have addressed it at all, I was saying that there is no need in telling me.

See, you're defending your mistakes rather than admitting to them. I'll admit I came off as a dick by saying you're wasting your time in telling me, but that could also be because of your "miscomprehension." Don't fault me for that, as you said.
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#78 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
I only insulted you AFTER you got all pissy and defensive, again.

I told you to grow up AFTER you continually got all bitchy and hostile at my comments. Literally reread what I wrote first and formost. Nothing was insulting.

You kept going with the "who the fuck do you think you are shut up I don't care" so I reacted in a normal manner which is to call you a child. It is passive aggressive. If I was getting aggressive I'd probably resort to swearing at you.

It is your lack of comprehension. You're defending YOUR mistake of biting someone's head off.

And finally, I can say whatever I want to whomever I want. Your telling me there's "no need to say that" translates essentially to "I don't care, what was the point of you talking to me"

I was merely stirring up conversation about the show.
You went and got all angry without even reading that I was agreeing with you.
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#79 - chefwurm (08/27/2015) [-]
I'll get all angry and just say fuck you then. Happy? That's what a child would say apparently. Fuck you, bro. ;) You're irrelevant now. <3 Deuces.
#69 - Bro, my dad is a chef. Not an asshole one either. I know what …  [+] (8 replies) 08/24/2015 on 'That's my boy' 0
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#72 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
I made the claim that Ramsey was disappointed? He said it himself, he wasn't.

No, that was that other guy... read names first.

I was just remarking that the kid, from what I've seen of him, needs to also learn when to let back before his teammates decide to tune him out completely.

As someone in retail I know firsthand that a good leader can make or break the whole operation.
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#73 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
Okay, you're not the guy who I was talking to so why reply? I had the mentality you were him because I didn't expect someone to actually just up and tell me that. Ooooh, you're in retail. So much experience. What you didn't get from my first comment replying to you, while not knowing it was you, was that your opinion on what it takes to be a leader doesn't mean anything to me because what it takes to be a good leader is subjective. You're in retail, you obviously don't know what a kitchen is like then. My dad got FIRED for being too nice of an executive chef, and he got more shit done more than any previous chef, so don't tell me there aren't times you don't have to push your team even if it means coming off as a dick.
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#74 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
Okay since you're going to react with complete hostility and completely refuse to comprehend anything I'm saying, I'll put it into simple form.

There are times when you need to be a dick.
There are also times when you need to be NICE.
Being a dick all the time will get you fired too, and definitely hated by your team.
This guy tends to be more dick than effective leader as we see further along in the series.
Ramsey has proven in many of his shows to not be a dick at times where being a dick is not helpful.

It isn't subjective, it's simple fact. A leader that is a dick 100 percent of the time is a leader everyone grows to hate, and then do shit jobs for. This is basic management training.

That's all I was saying, it was just a simple commentary.

Way to bite a stranger's head off on the internet. How's high school/college working out for you? Not good I'd assume, since you tend to immediately get all defensive and pull out the "I know more than you" card when someone's just making a simple statement.

Grow up.
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#75 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
Okay, we're honestly on the same page if you ask me. I'm not saying I know more than you, I'm saying I know basic social aspects that sometimes you have to be a dick, Ramsay was commending the fact that he came to that understanding. I didn't watch this season of Hell's Kitchen so I don't know what this guy did, I didn't know he's just a dick completely to his team. I'm taking from what I saw, and what I saw was Ramsay commending a guy for figuring out that sometimes you have to be a dick. It's not hostility, I just already know what you meant and stated you're wasting your time. I never said I know more than you, I said I just know. Being a good leader is completely subjective to the trade. A drill sergeant is still a leader nonetheless, the subjectivity of being a leader is based on the trade, within the trade you have the definition of what a good leader is. That is a fact, so you're right. I never said you were wrong besides when I thought you were the other guy stating that Ramsay was disappointed.
You've seen more of this guy than I have, so you claim it as me refusing to comprehend what your saying? Really? That's just rude.
You claim I'm hostile because I say your opinion doesn't matter to me? But I'm just making commentary, way to bite a stranger's head off on the Internet for stating his opinion. My opinion on why it doesn't matter is because you and I both already know that a good leader shouldn't be a dick 100% of the time. Honestly, no one should, however we both agree that there are times that warrant being a dick, different occupations require different amounts. That's why my opinion on saying it didn't matter is what it is, again, I'm totally agreeing with you.
No need to tell me to grow up when you don't even understand the reason I've said what I said, again, you've seen more of this chef, so you know more about him than I do. You probably should've started with that instead of being like "I'm in retail so I know how to be a good leader." No. You should've been like "I've seen this guy throughout the series and he's a complete dick, that's not how a good leader should be because people will start to just tune him out. I'm in retail, so I deal with the conflict of choosing whether or not to be a dick at times." Better? My "hostility" came from how you presented yourself, not at what you said because I agree with what you said regarding the matter.
Did I insult you as much as you insulted me? Nope, I just said that you being in retail means you don't understand the AMOUNT of dickiness it takes in the kitchen setting because, as I said earlier, each job requires different amounts. So who is hostile? You basically called me a child, called me hostile, said I can't comprehend what you're saying, AND make assumptions that I claim "I know more than you." We know the same, I never said I'm better than you. You know more about this guy than I do, it took you three comments for you to actually say "I've seen a lot of this guy." What I know more about than you though is the kitchen setting and the amount of dickiness it takes, and you know more than I do on the amount of dickiness it takes in retail.
We agree on the fact that no job requires the amount of 100% though.
We both made some mistakes, I accept mine, will you accept yours?
TL;DR:
>You should've started with the fact that you've seen more of this guy's leadership personality because I'm just going off what I saw.
>We're on the same page, I'm agreeing with you.
>You insulted me with calling me a child, calling me hostile, said I can't comprehend what you're saying, AND made assumptions that I claim "I know more than you," when we both know the same thing.
>I said your opinion on what a good leader is doesn't matter because we BOTH know what it takes to be one. Who is hostile?
>Leadership is subjective because while each job requires an amount of dickiness, different jobs require different amounts. Fact. You know the retail amount, I know the kitchen amount.
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#76 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
Look at the first comment I made.

I only referenced "I'm in retail" after you pulled up the "my dad is a chef card."

I said this before that, too.

"I was just remarking that the kid, from what I've seen of him, needs to also learn when to let back before his teammates decide to tune him out completely. "

Don't fault me for your miscomprehension.

And if you respond with hostility and say "oh well I don't give a fuck what you have to say"

Expect at least some level of passive aggression back.
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#77 - chefwurm (08/25/2015) [-]
I recommend you not TL;DR that though because that's only three paragraphs. Sorry for the wall of text, but I had to defend my claims because you insulted me four times for no real reason other than the fact that I said your "opinion," which we now claim as fact. I can say "what I've seen of him," too. That doesn't equal "I've seen a lot of what he's like from the show itself." Not miscomprehension, it's your lack of providing the necessary information to actually comprehend it. Like, really? Now you're just being a dick.

Read it all, seriously. Like I even said in the TL;DR, different occupations require different amounts of dickiness, you know retail more than me, I know the kitchen more than you.

And it's not passive aggression to straight up say "grow up," and "you can't comprehend what I'm saying." That's called being a dick over the fact that I find your need to tell me what a good leader is a waste of time because WE BOTH KNOW WHAT A GOOD LEADER IS. You're completely missing that point. Did I say I didn't give a fuck? No, if I didn't I wouldn't have addressed it at all, I was saying that there is no need in telling me.

See, you're defending your mistakes rather than admitting to them. I'll admit I came off as a dick by saying you're wasting your time in telling me, but that could also be because of your "miscomprehension." Don't fault me for that, as you said.
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#78 - elcreepo (08/25/2015) [-]
I only insulted you AFTER you got all pissy and defensive, again.

I told you to grow up AFTER you continually got all bitchy and hostile at my comments. Literally reread what I wrote first and formost. Nothing was insulting.

You kept going with the "who the fuck do you think you are shut up I don't care" so I reacted in a normal manner which is to call you a child. It is passive aggressive. If I was getting aggressive I'd probably resort to swearing at you.

It is your lack of comprehension. You're defending YOUR mistake of biting someone's head off.

And finally, I can say whatever I want to whomever I want. Your telling me there's "no need to say that" translates essentially to "I don't care, what was the point of you talking to me"

I was merely stirring up conversation about the show.
You went and got all angry without even reading that I was agreeing with you.
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#79 - chefwurm (08/27/2015) [-]
I'll get all angry and just say fuck you then. Happy? That's what a child would say apparently. Fuck you, bro. ;) You're irrelevant now. <3 Deuces.
#354 - Doubt it. 08/24/2015 on Slices 0
#352 - 600+ people though? Definitely was interpreted as a joke by majority.  [+] (2 replies) 08/24/2015 on Slices 0
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#353 - Jwako (08/24/2015) [-]
or just agreed with it
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#354 - chefwurm (08/24/2015) [-]
Doubt it.
#348 - We don't know what the original commenter was thinking, either…  [+] (1 reply) 08/24/2015 on Slices 0
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#349 - Jwako (08/24/2015) [-]
idk man, im just sharing opinions on the internet. Didn't know ''violence is bad'' is such a controversial one.