Click Me

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

5 Types of Difficult People You Meet in the Office

I went to the back Indian Restaurant this morning to have breakfast. Two tables from me seated one guy from account that joined the company before me. Even though we work together but I never talk to him. I don’t know what’s wrong, but we never talk. There are some people that you feel nice to talk to. But there are certain people that if you have a choice, you will never talk to them. I think office life consist of several types of peoples. Mostly WEIRD peoples. People that you don’t believe existed in this circle of life. Like there is one lady in my office (I’m not going to mention name...), she is so secretive of what she eating. I only went out for lunch with her once. Other time she will wait until the office area or maybe her department to vacant, and then you will see she takes out her food container. But what’s inside, nobody knows.
I like to categorize all these weird people in the office. Which I think every office must have, at least one.

The Chatterbox (the Key Poh Chi)
Let's start with your most affable coworker. The chatterbox usually means well. She is friendly and wants to share all her thoughts (every last one of them) with you. She isn't trying to cause harm to anyone ... her incessant talking is just keeping you from concentrating on your work. Here are some things you can do to quiet down your chattering co-worker so you can get your job done. Rather than risk insulting your colleague, put the blame on yourself. Tell your coworker you have trouble concentrating while you are listening to her very engaging stories. You'd love to hear them at some other time, just not while you're working. Then, if you truly enjoy her company, have lunch with her once a week.
The Gossip (the ASTRO satellite dish)
The gossip seems to know everything about everyone and she wants to share it. Should you listen to what your gossiping colleague has to say? Yes, you should listen to it since it is often a good way to hear news that may not make it through more formal information channels. The problem with gossip is that it carries both elements of truth and untruth, so view it with a cynical eye. Listen to your gossipy coworker quietly. Don't become a gossip too. However, if the gossip being shared is of a very personal nature, for example she shares with you news of another coworker's marital problems, change the subject or say that you don't feel right discussing someone behind his back.

The Complainer (the Karam Singh)
There's always one person in a group who can never find anything about which to be happy. If she's not complaining about her health or her family, she's complaining about her job, the company, or your boss. Of course, some of her complaints may be legitimate, but the incessant whining is getting on your nerves. Generally, the complainer isn't looking for advice so offering it probably won't do any good. Change the subject whenever the belly-aching begins. Your colleague should get the hint after you do this repeatedly.
The Delegator (Mr. I-Belanja-You-La)
In almost every workplace you'll find someone who wants to share his work with his colleagues. We're not talking about those who have a legitimate reason to delegate work to others, for example managers or team leaders. We are speaking of those who either can't do all the work they have been given or don't want to do it. If team work is encouraged in your office and you have time to help your colleague you should. However, if managers are the only ones who have the authority to delegate and you already have your hands full, then you have to turn down the request. Tell your coworker you have your own work with which to deal.
The Credit Grabber (Mr. This-One-All-I-Do)
The credit grabber does not acknowledge any help she receives from others. She accepts all the praise for a project without mentioning that she didn't do it alone. The first time this happens, consider it a mistake. Mention it to your colleague and ask her to let others know about your participation. If she doesn't, or if this happens again, make sure you let others know about the role you played in getting a project done. Then, unless you are mandated to work with this person, refuse to help out again.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Reasons NOT to exercise

Anyone that knows me understands that I don’t really like to exercise. I keep on telling them that I am fit enough and there is no need for me to exercise. And I am HYPER! But that is not quite the reason actually. I believe that most of SLENDER (I love this term) girl like me will have all these reason of why they not really into the IDEA of going to GYM.
  1. I do think that I am thin, so gym is for fat people that want to lose weight, if you are thin, what else to lose? (Your breasts maybe, don’t want it to lose!)
  2. I don’t really know how to use all those gym equipment. I do know that the most knowledgeable person is the person who ask; But call it my ego, or what ever you want to call it, not knowing how to use and ask how make me kind of stupid. (really stupid reason, I know)
  3. I have exercise enough with running after the bus, walking to work, climbing the stairs in the office or home, having sex, looking after the kids and chasing them, pressing the remote control etc etc etc (the list is a lot if you want me to go on…)
  4. I am so busy to exercise
  5. Gym fees is so damn expensive, couldn’t afford it.
  6. I don’t like watching sweaty, greasy people, I’ll throw up.
  7. I have big, small, epic, flat breast, I don’t want people to see it when I work out.
  8. I don’t want to look like this.
miss "I-Like-to-exercise"
I have all these reason before whenever the issues of exercising raise up, but I tell you one thing, its rubbish. All these reasons are, because it doesn’t matter whether you are thin, flat chested or whatever shapes are, because you exercising is not because of other people, it is because what inside you. To be healthy. Exercise does create a good health, mental and attitude. It improves your quality of life. We only live once, its either we enjoy it to the fullest, or waste it in the wheelchair, or being sick and negatives. As the saying goes, YOU EITHER BE THE RESULT OR THE REASON.
Pixie J

Friday, March 26, 2010

+ How to tell; when a man is lazy. +

How to tell; when a man is lazy.
1. They drag their feet when they walk
2. The couch turn into SUPER COUCH that do wonders as dining place, sleeping area, drinking zone, game parlor etc etc etc
3. They become obsess of their wardrobe, appreciating it more than ever (using underwear more than once, T-Shirt is IN and appropriate for all occasion and all jeans are seasoned.)
4. Or when they don't utilize their energy
What I meant by NOT UTILIZING THE ENERGY is when they don't exercise. Every time we consume something (food and water); it creates energy in our body. And these energy when wasted, will slow down the whole body systems and create symptom called LAZINESS (in Wikipedia it is also called INDOLENCE, means a lack of desire to expand effort). Laziness can be defined as disinclination to activity or exertion despite having the ability to do so. It is often used as a pejorative. But don't take it lightly as chronic laziness may be an underlying psychological condition. Feelings of laziness may be a symptom of major depressive disorder or fatigue.
Let’s take an example;
Men, who are lazy, are usually too comfortable in their relationships. They have worn themselves out in their attempt to ‘get you.’ They probably feel they have ‘done their bit’ at the onset of a relationship, and will happily sit back and bathe in the emotional nurturing that you are giving them. What do they expect in a relationship?
They expect you to do stuff for them (cooking, washing, ironing, cleaning, etc.)
They expect an easy life
They do not expect to work hard outside their professional working life
They have been spoilt by someone (mother, previous partner) and expect the same ‘coddling’ from you
Men expect to stay as they are and are not prepared change their ways
They expect you to be grateful you have them
They want their own way
They want to control the household from the armchair
They expect, and believe, they have power (the power you give them)
They are masters at supervising you
They are masters at giving orders
They make you feel inferior if you can’t manage to do it all
They want you to cater to their every need
They do not expect to be challenged by you
Why all these situations is continuing, it is because we woman always let them be. We always believe that we can change man, that if we show them love, they will realize their fault and change to a better partner. But dream on, men are too technical too understand that. So, instead of just keeping quiet and hoping or maybe nagging and fighting, we should show them the way. And it is important that in showing them the way, we do it together with them. We got nothing to lose, its sharing, companions and they CHANGE. For example, if you realize that after some time living together, your man grow in size and stick to the couch 24/7, ask them for a walk together, or go out for salsa or gym session!
And for man, just remember that nobody wants to marry a slob, even desperate. And laziness can lead to poverty. I am not sexist, maybe a bit feminist, but give me a break guys, don’t you feel lousy? Try CHANGE. It’s a new way of life.

does he looks like he having a good time?

hey wasssuuuuppppppp.....

common picture when man in the living room

Monday, March 22, 2010

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

"For what it's worth: it's never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit, stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same, there are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. And I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you're not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again."

"Some people, were born to sit by a river. Some get struck by lightning. Some have an ear for music. Some are artists. Some swim. Some know buttons. Some know Shakespeare. Some are mothers. And some people, dance"

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Whats Wrong With People??!!!!?

sifu and tongga the movie, L-R, Nabil, Azwan Ali & Saiful Apek

Yesterday i tried typing in my name on the search bar just to find out what will come out, then i came across this blog about Malaysian Artist (forgot what is the address). It is nice with pictures attached to each story and then people commenting on it. Lots and lots of people. Then i saw this picture. Its the picture taken from the movie called Sifu and Tongga played by Saiful Apek and Nabil (the winner of reality show Raja Lawak).
I am appalled at all the comments from the viewer. Some are really nasty. there's one guy say that Azwan Ali should feel ashamed of himself, and his parents are doomed to have him as a son. I were thinking, what the hell. It just a picture. and he is just acting in it. I know that a picture worth a thousand words, but come to think of it, you can't just judging people by their picture. Worst, picture that is from a movie! but people gonna be people. They say their mind without thinking of what others may review on the saying. Whatever it is, if i am Azwan, rather than taking it negatively, i will feel proud of what a good actor I am. and its true only then, that a picture worth a THOUSAND words.