When you are in the sales line.. or whatever line you are in; technical ka, customer service ka.. sure ade pros and cons.. Like me, people say syiok sbb i got to go out… jejalan.. makan best2.. jumpe orang.. pastu aku tambah, duk dlm opis skali skale.. wpun at times betul gak aa… hehehe.. tetibe tak nak duk opis, cari customer nak jumpe.. tp still la, kne bawak balik “ikan” laa…
well, on top of that, if you are lucky… dpt laa belayar ke negara2 jiran.. Macam aku pi Vietnam.. Like other countries aku dh set foot on *macam byk sgt* i did find things that are a little bit different from ours and made the trip more interesting.
Weird-interesting stuff i found in Vietnam…
1- you can guess a guy youngness/oldness by looking at their wedding rings.. – It gets smaller, thinner and simpler as you go older =D The young ones would wear those with big diamonds, thick rings and you would notice the glare from far. But the old ones wear some kind like a wedding band; rather thin, small and dull.. hahaha!! i guess its better than our men; they wear from their early years of marriage, and starts to wear ONLY when there’s events or occasions and then, opt for not wearing at all.. XD
2- Cute guys are usually taken i.e. married – Same goes everywhere… *geleng geleng kepale dalam kekecewaan*
3- Main principal of using the road in Vietnam is “Close your eyes, and walk where your feet brings you to” Quoted from my agent/colleague there.. And it is quite true..
This pakcik literally bike through the opposite traffic.. and no one actually honks at him.. he even asked to make way for him.. Wa tabik sama lu pakcik!!
hak nih pun satu lagi contoh.. You will see in the picture, ade due high schoolers sedang struggle sbb yg belah kanan tuh cam nak jatuh kut.. diorg actually bersame beberape keta and motor lain nak cross laluan kami.. No traffic light or what not.. They would kamikaze-ly lintas.. Kalau ade traffic light pun, it almost feels like its useless.. well at least, most of them..
3- aku rase diorg neh sgt laa innovative.. orang malaysia pun ade jer laa.. tp kali nih aku specific utk orang vietnam.. nnt kalau aku jumpe “hasil karya” orang malaysia, aku buat title lain.. Bende ni aku jumpe mase memule sampai jer, lepas tuh aku tak jumpe dah.. At first, i thought this one girl actually wore a pink nike cap.. So, in my thought was, so their rules weren’t strict. But again, others sume pakai helmet… After taking a closer look, it was a helmet!! probably to make things easier for those long hair bikers; no bad hair dah for riding bikes..
I thought this was just plain cute too.. She was waiting for her kid *kut* kat dpn kindergarten… Kau tgk budak tuh akan duduk mane? Gile bahaye.. tp kalau aku jd budak tuh; gile syiok weyh!!
5- aku rase 90% of ppl over there actually ride a bike.. They do not have other public transport except cabs and buses. What i have been told, cabs are expensive.. buses are too bad in condition that only those that really has financial issues would take it.. so, they opt for bikes which are cheaper. It almost feels like the bikes are more dominant than the cars; cars can honk how much they want but they are in a BIGGER group that the honks are nothing.. Plus, no one wants to knock down anyone.. that’s just asking for trouble.
okie.. dah ngantok.. idea pun dh ilang.. cukup laa 5 points.. bukan aku gi lame pun.. nnt aku try cari malaysia innovasion yang bleh aku bangge kan =D