有田芳生氏、立ったままスパゲッティを食べる若者に苦言 若者「個を見て全体を語るな」

ジャーナリストの有田芳生氏が「地下鉄で立ったままスパゲッティを食べている人をみた」とTwitterに投稿し、議論を呼んでいる。

有田氏は、

「地下鉄で立ってスパゲッティを食べている若者がいる。
オニギリやパンは見たことがあるけど、スパゲッティははじめてだ。
恥じらいにも時代の変化があるのだろう。
教育基本法を変えたところで、この現実だ」

と投稿したのだ。

https://twitter.com/aritayoshifu/status/348324355840819200
ネット上では、「隅っこで食ってんなら許してやれよ」と意見もあるが、

「地下鉄で夕刊のエロページを堂々と広げてるオジサンがいることについては?」
「電車内でカップ酒飲んでる爺をどうするんだ」

と、若者にだけ苦言を呈さないで欲しいという意見、また

「個を見て全体を語るんすか」
「別に教育基本法変えたからそうなったんじゃねーだろww」

など、立って食べることの是非はもとより、「食べることについてのマナーだけを言わないで欲しい」「教育基本法のせいにされたくない」「1人を見て、その世代が全員と思わないで欲しい」といった声が噴出。

ちなみにネット上では、時折、仰天の「電車のなかでものを食べている風景」が報告されている。例えば2ちゃんねるでは「牛丼を食べている女子高生」「うどんを食べている人」「カップ麺を食べている人」たちが報告されており、Twitterでは「酎ハイ片手に鶏つくね」という光景も。

そのほか、Twitterでは「食べた」という自己申告も多数。

「電車の中でクッキー食してきた」
「電車の中でメロンパンを食していたら予想以上に食べかすがこぼれた。ごめんなさい」
「おはよう♪
電車の中でコンビニパン食してる(笑)」
「空腹に耐えきれず電車の中で食した。
くそうま。
ちなみに、パン、マヨ、レタス、チーズ、ハム、マヨ、パン」(※編集部注:ロールパンサンド)
「グレープフルーツあんぱんなるものを食しました」
「サブウェイ完食
ホームと電車の中で食べて完食しましたー!(^O^)
おなかいっぱいですね。はい!」
「ジャンボ鳥串カツ2本を電車の中で食して夕飯終了」

などなど。

余談だが、パンを食べたと申告するユーザーは、学生や若者が多いようだ。大学生の「ぼっち飯」のひとつなのだろうか。

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