I'll do it tomorrow morning. InMooseWeTrust 04:26, January 6, 2010 (UTC)
I have to admit, I got quite a few chuckles as I read through this article. The list of reasons are pretty good, but some of them look like they apply to many other languages better than strictly Indonesian. There were also a few moments where I just thought, "... what? Oh? Is that funny?" You should also expand on the detail, as you can find a lot more ironic humor through the language. To show you what I mean, a lot of languages like Russian and Arabic have the velar fricative sound (Х in Cyrillic letters). Because of this, you could say for example that "You don't even have to speak Arabic to mess with your friends' heads; you could just cough and mutter gibberish and they'll think you can speak fluent Arabic." This would make sense to someone who speaks Arabic because the language has a lot of sounds that sound like coughing, etc..
The concept is there, and it's pretty good. But you have to work it a lot more. There's so much more potential that you're not using. Like I said in the humor section, there are a lot more opportunities for you to do things but you don't use them.
Prose and formatting:
For a non-native English speaker, it's very good. However, there are some minor things here and there that I doubt whether most native speakers would notice. However, they're still there, and if you want me to fix them, you can message me.
I like the variety and the relevance of the images, but the captions are unfunny.
The last line.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! It would be nice if you added a "see also," "footnotes," "Bahasa Indonesia trivia," or anything else relevant.
Not much else to say, I guess. Message me if you want clarifications.