Had a long call with Cembam last night. I was somehow surprised and amazed to know that my mobile phone battery could last for hours of talking. I thought it's nearing the end of it's life-cycle. Ahahaha..I rareeeeely on the phone for more than 3 minutes, how should I know my battery's well being?? Kekeke
Ok, this entry is not going to be an ecchi one, I promised. My reputation as "jejaka paling dipercayai oleh mak ayah utk menjaga anak dara mereka" seems to be tainted after the previous entries I've wrote about a girl who managed to get rid of her spare-part tyre. YESS!! The only intention of the entries were to let you know that the girl manage to get in shape..come on~~~ You guys are thinking ecchier than me...huhu. I'm not the one to be blamed.
I'm going out for lunch at 1P.M later. Wanna distribute some cards to my old colleagues, my ex-boss around Uniten Foodcourt. Such a loong time since my last day there. It was my first job right after I graduated. I was introduced to my boss from a friend of dad who came to our house for abah's massage service. He forwarded my resume. I was at UPM when he called me to come for an interview. It was my 2nd interview and like usual, I wore a formal shirt with my only red necktie that I have.
I was hired right after my interview but he wanted me to start on Friday when I had an interview with Maybank that day. I called my sis to seek for her advice and she said I'd better take the one that has already confirmed. So. I didn't show up for my Maybank interview and started to work with the company.
The company is an IT solution company providing networking setup from A-Z. So, my working attire was just a semi-formal one. I went to the client's site and installing the network for them. Lying the pipe on the roof, pulling the cable, attached the network port, installed the server rack, plugged in the network cables and sorted them out on the server. I would sometime crawled on the ceiling when the client office in an old building with no option to attached them on the wall.
half-boiled egg for breakfast and I was ready to go. It's a malay company, the environment was nice. My boss bought a ping pong table so if we didn't have any task for that day, we could play ping pong to kill time or surf the net. I had to work on weekend sometimes depending on the urgency.
The pay was not high. But I could save RM300 every month. Worked for 7 months there before I took the HSBC recruitment training. It was my first job, it's not an office work, it's a physical work where you sweat and get dirty. I learn something during the days with the company. People tend to look down on you when you were just a guy with a colar-tshirt, toolbox on your right hand and the steel stair on the left. They would always think you are just the ordinary uneducated guy.
But I could live with that. We don't do our job and live our life to please others and make others notice. We just sincerely work everyday to earn a living. =]