At a conference, three scientists - an American, a German, and an Indonesian - were talking among themselves and bragging about the technological advances their respective countries have achieved in the field of medicine. Says the American:' In Washington, there was a baby boy born without arms, so we attached artificial arms on him. Now that he's grown, he has become an Olympic professional boxer and a gold medallist at that.' Then the German countered:' That's nothing to hat we have done. Back in Berlin, there was a baby girl born without legs, so we attached a pair of artificial legs on her. Now she is a three-time marathon gold medallist in the Olympics.' The Indonesian interjects:' Is that all you have - just gold medallists? In Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi, we had a baby boy born without a head. We attached a coconut and he is now the president of the Indonesia.'
An Indonesian man has been compensated $535 after a cigarette he was smoking exploded. The man told the Indonesian media that the cigarette had blown up in his mouth while he was riding a motorcycle and chasing after The Road Runner.
Once upon a time three people were stranded out at sea - A Japanese, a Malaysian and an Indonesian. The boat started leaking and if they do not act fast they would all die. The Japanese (as usual) was the first to take the initiative. He threw all his Japanese gizmo - CD player, hi-fi, radio etc. off the boat. The Malaysian and the Indonesian looked at him in disbelief.
The Japanese said, "Don't worry.. still got a lot more in my country.. BANZAIIIEE!" But the boat was still sinking. The Indonesian without hesitation started throwing aboard all his baju batik, kain batik, keretek, etc., etc. He comforted the other two, "Don't worry.. still have a lot more in my country, paknya". But still the boat was sinking. The Japanese and the Indonesian looked at the Malaysian. Suddenly, without any hesitation and with stride, the Malaysian threw the Indonesian overboard. The poor guy couldn't swim and drowned. The Japanese was shocked. Said the Malaysian, "Don't more...