Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Education in indonesia... Pffftt...

Wednesday, May 27, 2009 3
How good is the education in Indonesia?
Better check this info out. Again, just for a reminder, not all the information you may find in this are correct.

Quote from Uncyclopedia about Indonesia:



Fundamental exercises in Tawuran.

Tawuran, is a modernized martial art developed in 1970 by the Ministry of Education for the purpose of enhancing the physical fitness of Indonesian youth. Tawuran is mostly based on the ancient Indonesian martial art, Kerusuhan (lit. "Riot"), developed by Java Man, the first king of Indonesia. Exercises in Tawuran involve running, intimidation tactics, coordinated rock-throwing, and self-immolation. It's difficult to find qualified Tawuran instructors due to the self-immolation thing.


Starting at age 12, all Indonesian students are required to participate in demonstrations and protests, usually on a weekly basis. By the end of high school, students have participated in demonstrations or protests for and/or against almost any imaginable issue or non-issue. Students are expected to demonstrate or protest as ordered, even against themselves. It is not uncommon for students to carry signs with messages such as "Down With Me" or "Students Suck". By college-age, many students have actually attacked themselves and administered self-beatings or had hunger strikes against themselves or even against food itself.

Indonesian Student Code of Conduct

  • Honor corruption by cheating on all tests, even if you actually know the answers
  • Flatter the teacher by offering them oral sex
  • Show a spirit of cooperation by coordinating cheating in exams and after-school orgies
  • Participate in Demonstrations and Strikes at least once per week

How to Succeed in Indonesian Classes

  • Staple a 50,000 Rupiah note (US$5) to your assignment before handing in.
  • Staple a 100,0000 Rupiah note to submitted assignments (some teachers are getting very strict now).
  • Lift (female students) skirt to (male) teachers before handing in assignments.


Ever heard of encyclopedia? Sure you did! Those are huge dictionaries with lots of pages and it gives lots of information about any word you're searching for. They are very trustful to begin with since the information found in it are all facts.

How about Uncyclopedia?? Ever heard about it? It is a parody of encyclopedia in which we can found in the internet. Quoting from

"English-language wiki, the project currently spans over 50 languages. The English version has over 24,000 pages of content.[2]

Various different styles of humour are used as a vehicle for parody, from sophisticated satire to the apparently random. Like Wikipedia, Uncyclopedia has guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable content and these guidelines have become progressively more strict as the site expands over time. The site has gained media attention due to its articles on places and people."

Whenever you're bored, you can always check this website called Uncyclopedia in BUT always remember that the information in it may not be acceptable for some society. So be careful while reading it.

Please enjoy. ^_^

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