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I lived in Napoli for 2 years and completely agree …

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I lived in Napoli for 2 years and completely agree with this!! Finally leaving it literally felt like I was escaping! How deflective the people are. For example if you ever mention the rubbish they immediately fire back with ‘yeah well its worse in Asian cities’…..so that means its ok right? And who cares about those cities?! I live here! What I do not understand is that they treat their homes so well, they are so clean and yet as soon as they step outside they treat the city like an open landfill, its disgusting. For people who supposedly adore their city so god damn much they treat like with 0 respect! Your city is your home, not your house, how the hell can you not treat your city the same way you treat your home??! Some of them have told me its because they are against the Italian government…so making your city so incredibly dirty is the way to get back at them? Pathetic. I only lived here for so long because of covid making it very difficult to move and moving now to the North has been incredibly hard as well, harder than even moving to a completely new country. About the service at restaurants, my experiences were usually friendly, kind and helpful, only a few bad ones.

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