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Its not that its a bad show, but what disturbs me the most is the fact that you are overly celebrating the cleaners and don't discuss enough the other side.It appears as if the ocd is not such a bad disorder and the other side is just filthy and shameful.Maybe some of the producers could tell these ocd people, that just because they've got a sterile home, doesn't mean that they're better from those who don't- in fact they are really worse.Why...?They are using tones and tones of bleach and unhealthy products that are destroying the environment in a lot bigger way than anything else!they are actually living like they are the only people on earth, completely selfish behaviour ..... throwing their junk and bacteria and poison to our waters and environment..They are not saving the world, but are actually destroying it..So you shouldn't celebrate and glorify them so much!And by the way, by avoiding the healthy dose of germs, they are instead eating poisonus fumes, they are breathing them and touching them and chances are greater for them to die from being clean, than being dirty!
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