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Why Can't We Be Like These Japanese Fans Who Cleaned Up After Winning?

This is what you call a clean win
by Ash Mahinay | Jun 21, 2018
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Japan unexpectedly beat Colombia 2-1 in their first game of the World Cup partly due to some enterprising football and partly because the South Americans had to play the whole game 10v11 because a demon possessed Colombian defender Carlos Sanchez to block a goalbound shot with his hand:

Japan achieved a famous win: the first Asian triumph over a South American team in basically forever. But the real tearjerker for many came after the match, when the Blue Samurai fans acted typically Japanese and began cleaning up their trash. A Colombian fan recorded the aftermath with some added profound thoughts (helpfully subtitled here):

Meanwhile, the last viral example of Pinoys at sporting events is probably those photos of how we create epic mounds of trash during fun runs:

The Japanese aren't all saints—they are the land of hentai, misogyny, and highly-advanced sex toys after all—but their disclipine is something we should try to copy, even if it is just something as simple as picking up after ourselves.

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