“This dude lives in Chile, but I think he hasn’t entered the Chilean culture to know that this (toaster) can save your life,” said the girl who criticized the European’s bite, responding to the criticism.
When it comes to Chile, residents and even foreigners living in this territory have something to answer to any criticism or assertion that is not well founded. Holland criticized the Chilean assumption and became the latest example.
The situation did not go unnoticed on TikTok, where a Mexican woman who married a Chilean expressed her anger through the film, what Europe said about the art, which is one of the favorite homes in this country.
They immediately accessed the Internet’s record and joined him in their complaints against the Dutch. But what was it that caused him to burn so much? It is enough to generate sparks in the material, judging by the reaction of many.
The Dutch criticized the Chilean tower: what did he say?
To clarify the origin of this crisis, it arose from the Twitter account of a Dutch journalist based in Chile, Boris van der Spek, who on February 15 published a photo of a popular Chilean toaster with a direct caption.
“I’m sorry, Chile, but why do you call this toatre, when all it does is burn everything that is put into it?” that is, he was far away.
Some have taken on the task of developing the use of this important ingredient in the kitchen kitchen, when heating sopaipillas or moisture, as commented on by the user @una_artesana.
Things seemed to end there. Yet another foreigner came out to respond to the comments via TikTok, after Hollande criticized a Chilean toaster.
Sorry Chile but why do you call this a toaster when all it does is burn the living hell out of everything you put on it pic.twitter.com/vKle3i7fbB
— Boris van der Spek (@BorisvanderSpek) February 15, 2023
“Look my friend, the fact that you don’t know how to use a toaster is not our problem”: the defense of a Mexican woman.
The TikTok user @nosoycecy was in charge of firing a toaster after a tweet from Dutchman Van der Spek.
A woman of Mexican origin who lived in Chile declared that it was not what the journalist wrote about this kitchen appliance that bothered her.
“The boys were telling him, ‘You probably don’t know how to use the weight.’ And what bothers me is that people respond with sarcasm when you show that they are doing something wrong”, referring to some of the responses he proposed on Twitter.
“This dude lives in Chile, but I guess he hasn’t gotten into the Chilean culture enough to know that this (toaster), dude, is going to save your life. It saves your life,” Cecy repeated, offering a link in which she shows the benefits of a Chilean toaster to people who don’t know it.
The user continued with the disclaimer, showing what he calls sarcasm and even fun, after Holland criticized the Chilean toaster, despite the fact that people tried to explain it in a good way.
So he earned three hectares of land and you know what he answered? He said: Well, I have touched your inheritance. I return to report on minor matters such as the Constitution and the matter. Did you win me? Are you talking to us sarcastically?” the woman asked.
The tone rose in the temperature, which the toaster is working. Viam, a woman now in Mexico, said that importing a toaster into the country of origin costs about 60,000 Chilean pesos. Hence the trouble in the bitingness of the Dutch.
“But what I’m saying is, weight, if they give you good advice and tell you ‘hey, this is important. You who live in Chile, learn to use it. And for those of us who live in Chile and have a Chilean husband, this is very important. So I did not come with your wishes.
The Mexican response after Batavos criticized the Chilean toaster
According to the practice of @nosoycecy, when a foreigner lives in a foreign country that is not their own, before criticizing, they should explore the culture and preferences in that territory.
“You don’t answer that we are Latins, we are sharp when we want to be. And if you do not understand, you close because it is not your worship; And if you don’t want to understand her and don’t want to adopt her, go on with your life and don’t be sarcastic, my love.
Other Internet users responded: “Toasters for sale in Mexico” because of how expensive it is to import this item, which can be obtained in this country for up to 2,000 pesos. Other responses proposed the aforementioned “nothing to learn from Adan Levine”, in relation to the hostility that some Chileans have for the Maroon 5 vocalist and his hostile behavior in Chile.
@nosoycecy / TikTok