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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

7 Most Things That The Indonesian Exactly Know Wrong But They Still Do

It is lamentable that we have already known something which is bad, but we still do it, moreover, we are educated people who have been taught which is good and which is bad. These are the 7 most things that the Indonesian know wrong but they still do them based on our site (fnflife):

7. Saying Birthday Greeting to Someone At 12.00 a.m.

We already know that everybody was mostly born at different times. Imagine that Edward was born at 04.00 a.m. and Bella at 01.00 p.m.. Then, we should greet them birthday greeting at the correct time, right? Properly we greet Edward at 04.00 a.m.. and Bella at 01.00 p.m.. But, we have discovered that the Indonesian mostly greet someone at 12.00 a.m. which is probably not the correct time when he/she was born. It is funny, isn't it? Are you one of them? If yes, from now, ask your friends' born time.

6. Consuming Too Much Monosodium glutamate (MSG)

Monosodium glutamate, also known as sodium glutamate and MSG, is a sodium salt of the naturally occurring non-essential amino acid glutamic acid. It is used as a food additive and is commonly marketed as a flavour enhancer. It has the HS code 29224220 and the E number E621.Trade names of monosodium glutamate include Ajinomoto, Vetsin, and Accent. It was once predominantly made from wheat gluten, but is now mostly made from bacterial fermentation; it is acceptable for celiacs following a gluten-free diet. (Wikipedia)
The explanation above describes the definition of MSG. Dr. Russell Blaylock says that MSG causes a cancer cell to become more mobile, and that enhances metastasis, or spread. Probably there may be other negative effects caused by MSG. If you go around Indonesia, you will see many foods containing MSG as their ingredient. Even many food producers hide MSG under many different names in order to fool those who catch on.

5. Passing The Street When The Red Traffic Light is On

Why don't the Indonesian care for their and the other's safety? It is priceless, isn't it?

4. Using Drugs and Drinking Alcoholic Drinks, etc.

Using drugs and drinking alcohol, etc. is a big phenomenon in Indonesia. There are many seminars, advertisements, announcements, and advice from the family about the effects of them. But, why are there many Indonesian people still do those things? Where is the fault?

3. Smoking

See the picture above? It is clearly told that smoking can cause cancer, heart attacks, impotence and pregnancy and fetal disorders. We think only crazy people don't know the meaning of that statement. But, why do the Indonesian still like smoking? Moreover, in public places where it is prohibited for smoking they still take their cigarettes and smoke without caring about other people around them.

2. Throwing Garbage to The Improper Place

We will not explain further. We think everyone has known about this thing. You can see, for example, Jakarta--the capital city of Indonesia--streets have much litter. We already understand the impacts of throwing garbage improperly, such as triggering flood and generating pollution. So, why do we still do it?

1. Being Scared by Ghosts

There's no even one murder case in Indonesia which is caused by a ghost--pocong, kuntilanak, gondoruwo, sundel bolong, or same kinds of those. So, why are the Indonesian still scared by something that exactly cannot harm them? Why aren't they scared by something that exactly can harm them, such as drugs, smoking, and careless actions?

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