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Talk show host criticizes the United States as “dirty and evil” after suffering “2 culture shocks” during trip to Japan: We look like pigs

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Talk show host criticizes the United States as “dirty and evil” after suffering “2 culture shocks” during trip to Japan: We look like pigs

People still think it’s best to go home after traveling abroad, but well-known American talk show host Jimmy Kimmel doesn’t think so. He recently revealed on the show that he recently went toJapanAfter going on vacation, upon returning he lamented that in comparison, “the United States is really a dirty and disgusting country.” The comment also sparked heated discussion among netizens.

Kim Mo said in the program broadcast on the 1st: “After going to Japan, I realized that the place we always admire, the United States, is actually a dirty and disgusting country.” He admitted days before leaving for Japan for a 7-year vacation, “I think the United States has some shortcomings and “areas that need improvement,” but compared to other places in the world, it’s ” Still in first place.”

Jinmo said: “I went to Europe, and there were potholes where water pipes should be. I held my breath and thought, fortunately I don’t live here, and then I went home.” But Japan gave him a completely different feeling.

“The whole country is like thisdisneyHeaven, and we felt like we were living in Six Flags (American theme park). He said: “I’ve been at home for 36 hours and I’ve never felt so dirty. Compared to the Japanese, we look like pigs. I can’t imagine what they think of us: ‘Oh, they Trash people. Yeah, American, bullshit.””

The late-night show host said he never encountered dirty toilets while traveling in Japan. “The toilets in Tokyo and Kyoto are cleaner than our operating theaters here. Wherever I go, the toilets are clean and there is no strange smell.” , and there are toilets that can help you flush.” ​​Jin Mo was also surprised by the Japanese’s trash-picking habit. This is due to Tokyo 1995SubwayAfter the sarin gas attack, public dustbins were removed in most places.

Regarding the culture shock of the Jinmo experience, one netizen said: “I’ve never been to Japan, but my father has lived there for many years. He always said it’s clean and safe, and kids can walk around without any worries.” “Could be kidnapped. If you forget your wallet at a restaurant, it will still be there an hour later.”

Some netizens also said that this is a result of pressure from Japan’s collectivist culture, which requires respecting others and keeping the environment clean. If anyone does not follow the rules, he will be arrested. The netizen noted that when the United States reviewed the problem of homeless people occupying the streets, “Kim Mo was the first to come out and defend the violation of other people’s rights by homeless people.” But now he blames the country for the dirty urban environment. , “Jimmy (Kim Mo) contributes to the problem and then complains about it, and people like him are the problem.”

Jinmo said he never encountered dirty toilets while traveling in Japan. ”The toilets in Tokyo and Kyoto are cleaner than our operating theaters here.” He was also surprised by the Japanese habit of collecting garbage. (Reuters/Hans Lucas)

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