Rude Birthday Cards For Jamie Oliver As He Turns 43 This Week
Jamie Oliver has been quite quiet recently, but as the celebrity TV chef turns 43 years old this week, he’s bound to have a few tricks up his sleeve to make things interesting over the next few years. It’s been a tough few months in the media for the Essex boy after a string of restaurant closures, but as Jamie celebrates his birthday a few “May You Live Long And Never Smell Of Piss #happyfuckingbirthday”, “Glad Your Mum Didn't Swallow You #happyfuckingbirthday” and “Any Cunt Can Write On Your Facebook Wall So Here's A Card #happyfuckingbirthday” rude birthday cards from our cardshit.com website should cheer him up.
When he’s not feuding with Gordon Ramsay (who will undoubtedly be sending him the most inappropriate birthday card he can find) Oliver is popping out kids with his wife of 18 years Jools. The couple now have 5 children, each of which has a more ridiculous name than the last. With Poppy Honey Rosie, Daisy Boo Pamela, Petal Blossom Rainbow, Buddy Bear Maurice, and River Rocket Blue Dallas in tow, Jools has probably received a few “Congrats You've Had A Little Human Fucking Great”, “Good Luck With The Birth. Hope You Don't Shit Yourself” and “Congratufuckinglations” inappropriate new baby greeting cards in her time.
The media recently predicted the 43-year old’s imminent retirement and it was also recently reported that his Jamie’s Italian restaurant chain would be closing all of their Australian restaurants and 12 of its 37 UK branches as the company owed over £71.5 million in debts. Things have been pretty hard for Jamie in this current climate, however, it’s not all doom and gloom for the TV personality as he commented that in comparison “Marks and Spencer have had 200 [closures]” and he just released his fastest-ever-selling book, ‘5 Ingredients’ last year, so he obviously still has the public’s support. Why not send him a funny birthday card to let him know you still care?
In his time Oliver has received an MBE, won the TED Prize for his 2010 TED Talk, was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal College of General Practitioners for his work on battling childhood obesity and was listed as the second most Influential British Entrepreneur by UK based company Richtopia in 2015 to name a few of his many accolades. A big proponent for healthy eating, Oliver successfully got junk food removed from school vending machines and cafeterias and participated in The Big Fish Fight alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Gordon Ramsey to decrease the amount of discarded fish in 2010.