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Indonesia temporarily forgives S’poreans’ petulance, provides clean air, agreeable 27°C weather on Wednesday

Posted on 29 October 2015

Thank you for your kindness, Indonesia.


Declaring themselves the bigger person and more magnanimous country, Indonesia sent uncontaminated fresh air and passing showers Singapore’s way on Wednesday after they declared they have temporarily forgiven Singaporeans’ petulant behaviour this past week.

In a statement distributed to the media, it said: “We are able to look past Singapore’s and Singaporeans’ flaws, such as the lack of gratitude for 11 months of annual clean air provided free-of-charge courtesy of reliable Indonesian forests.”

“Therefore, we shall grant the tiny republic some fresh air and clear skies as a respite from the haze for being relatively good neighbours, as we heard less complaints emanating from there in the whole of last week compared to the week before.”

Singaporeans, in response, thanked Indonesia for the fresh air, showers and agreeable 27°C weather, free of PM2.5, as well as their generosity and ASEAN spirit.

One Singaporean, Shao Xiang, said Singaporeans have taken to openly give thanks to Indonesia in public: “I am burning joss sticks and joss paper to thank Indonesia for their blessings.”

“This is the least I can do for them.”

“Thank you.”






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  • The Wrath Of Grapes

    /// Indonesia sent uncontaminated fresh air and passing showers Singapore’s way on Wednesday ///

    Ermm, their VP said they cannot control the wind, so don’t give them credit for sending the fresh air. Thank the wind. Eh, goondu, how about controlling the fire?