We are supposed to converse with the customers, being friendly and all. Those who know how much I'd talk, especially with strangers should have guessed what an 'easy' feat that is to me. But fret not, just speak some words in Korean language and I'll be rushing over to strike up a conversation with you. Lol. A few days before, two Korean guys came in and they talked about something. When I asked one of them about them being Korean and why they're here, the guy seemed happy that I'm very interested in K-drama and stuff. He wanted to talk more, but sadly there was a big Singaporean athlete team that poured in right at that moment. There goes my chance to talk, again.
Whenever there are Korean guys in our store, I'll point them out to my colleagues and then they'll be happy to wipe the tables nearby all day :p
I'll gladly stay longer at work for free after this..haha. Kidding.
But of course it's inevitable that every good thing will have something blergggh to accompany them. Today I met a person who acts like a know-it-all, pointing this and that to me. Like I've just started working yesterday. I've known those stuff you pointed out at me since Day 1, THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I wouldn't mind it if that person is really great at work and is feeling helpful to a newbie like me (actually I'm no longer considered a newbie, someone new already came in..hehe). But when that person intended to boss me around, just because I'm a junior..and yet that person made a lot of mistakes - that just left a bad taste in my mouth. I'm just thankful I don't have to meet that person regularly.
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