If you are feeling really really bored today, why don’t make good use of it and read some really useless but funny readings, either to cheer yourself up, “improve” your knowledge or just to knock yourself out.
Uncyclopedia, which uses the same script that runs wikipedia, offers a whole lot of “documentaries” which are in fact, not facts, but which you can find some truth, opinions, some creative humor and some sarcastic comments as well.
Well, where should you start? I started with the country that I’ve lived in : Malaysia and Australia
Some funny quotes:
The nation is moving forward with a vision towards becoming a developed nation by the year 2020, 3030, 4040 or whatever catchy number.
Malaysians uses Rojak(Mix) Language. Rojak language is an integrated language where everyone can speak or also regard as the World’s International Language. It consists languages of Malay, Chinese, Tamil, English, Japanese, Spanish, French, Hokkien, Siam, Elven, Orc, Pokemon, Digimon, and many more.
Among the few famous Attractions of Malaysia would be the Nasi Lemak which consists of white rice which is supposed to be cook with Lemak(Fat, from dried coconut fruit meat, not anymore due to unknown reason), chicken and a local sauce which is made by grinding the clitorides of goats and have them boiled overnight add some cheap shells from rotten seafood(Caution: Highly flammable, mild skin irritant, do not use near fire or flame, keep out the reach of children). This delicacy helps stimulate your tongue muscle as u savor it’s spicy and tangible flavor.
In Malaysia, politician groups are known as parties. This is because they love to party all day and night while ignoring their responsibility in attending parliamentary meetings.
It is generally held that Australia is stuffed full of dangerous flora and fauna, many of them resident in the Federal Department of Immigration and released periodically when an election is in the offing.
Note that it may sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between Australians and New Zealanders (commonly known as kiwis). The most popular method of quickly checking which one they are is by asking them to say “chips”. While Australians are able to pronounce the word correctly, kiwis invariably pronounce it as “chups”.
Over 900 million Japanese come as so called “tourists” to Australia each year. These are really Japanese spies planning to invade Australia to take control of their valuable whale populations.
Not bad for a good laugh, and gaining a bit insider information of your own country. Maybe I should had study geography.
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