DON’T PEE IN NATURE WHILE IN BALI…YOU CAN PEE ON A SHRINE AND HAVE A CURSE ON YOUR GENITALS
Main Piece: (rough English translation)
There are a lot of shrines here in the jungles/wild/forests/beaches of Bali. Sometimes you do not know whether or not a place is sacred and there are a lot of tourists or people even (natives) who would just go to a bush and pee there – but then they would pee on a sacred space, like a shrine or part of a temple and then spirits of that temple/shrine would get very mad and curse them – their genitals.
Their genitals (penises) would get very swollen (in a very bad way), like purple or blue, for a very long time, until they would go to a witch doctor/shaman, and do what’s necessary for them to heal.
Why do they know this piece?
It is important to know things like this when you are going through the jungle/forests/beaches/the wild because it is important to protect yourself from bad situations like this.
Where/Who did they learn it from?
Friends, family accounts of tourists, taxi drivers.
What does it mean for them?
Do not go around peeing anywhere/everywhere when you are in the jungle.
Context of Performance:
Talking to mother through the phone.
My mother told me this when I was in Bali and I did not pee anywhere in the wild just to be safe. Always used a bathroom.