USA is a “Filthy & Disgusting Country” Jimmy Kimmel Said ! This is Why ?

Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel recently returned from a week-long family excursion to Japan. His observations in Japan have sparked some heated conversations about cleanliness back home in the United States. In a recent episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” aired just last Tuesday, Kimmel shared his newfound insights. Shedding light on Japan’s impeccable standards of cleanliness.

Kimmel was particularly struck by the hygiene practices in Japan, especially when it came to their bathrooms. He humorously quipped that not a single restroom he encountered during his trip was anything less than spotless.

Also during the opening lines of the Jimmy Kimmel show he highlighted an intriguing aspect of Japanese culture. The scarcity of public trash cans due to their removal following the 1995 sarin gas attacks. However, Kimmel also noted the admirable fact that despite this, Japanese citizens maintain a remarkable practice of not littering around.

Then, Kimmel dropped a truth bomb that hit home hard. He straight-up said Americans are like hogs compared to the squeaky-clean Japanese.

After wrapping up his reflections about his time in Japan, he ultimately expressed a stark realization. His experiences had led him to view the US as a filthy and disgusting country.

The world frequently praises Japan for its unwavering commitment to cleanliness and hygiene. At the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Japanese national team garnered acclaim for their post-match ritual of cleaning their dressing room, notably after their unexpected 2-1 win against Germany.

Similarly, FIFA applauded Japanese fans during the tournament for their commendable practice of tidying up the stadium after passionately supporting their team during matches.

So, as we reflect on Kimmel’s revelations, perhaps it’s time to reevaluate our own attitudes towards cleanliness and strive for a standard that measures up to Japan’s shining example.

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