New Guy On The Block

As many of you know, I work in a new company since early this year, on the 2nd January 2008 to be exact. I will be doing the same old boring job, just maybe slightly different from what I did in my previous company in term of scale and size of the projects. After two and half years working at the previous company, I felt it is the time to move on. Life is pretty mundane after a while. Everything because so repetitive, and we call it life? Same shit different day. I promised myself not to live my life that way. It is way too boring for me. Life should be interesting, no? 

One of the reason I left is because I want to feel what it is like to work in a bigger company. Where you can meet more people and have more activities. My previous company, there were only 12 of us. 2 admins, 4 draftwomans, 4 engineers. I listened with envy everytime my my friends mentioned their company trips, activities such as sports day, family day, annual dinner. Sounds so fun! Well, I am the type of person that is not very comfortable doing things alone. I hate to be alone, that is why you will never see me eating outside by myself. I will take away my meal and eat it at home, watching my tv. (TV freak remember?) I love meeting people. You learn a lot from meeting many people. Each with their own shits. That is why I think  many of my friends love to ask me to join them their gatherings and activities for I seldom decline their invitation.

And I am glad to be in the new company, so far. Meeting many new people. I was suprised to know that there are many new faces in the company when I joined. Reporting on the first day, I met this one guy also waiting at the lobby, also his first day at the company. After we reported, the admin lady brought us around to introduce us to the rest of the staffs. On our way out to the lift to go to next floor, I saw another lady reporting for duty. She was sitting at the lobby, reading newspaper. She looked up, our eyes met, and she smiled. Oh my! She is pretty hot! Haha! I am happy already being in this company. She is a Malay girl, wearing tudung. But, race or religion has nothing to do with one looking pretty or not right? Pretty is pretty, good looking is good looking.

I remember many times back then in university when I remarked to my friends ‘Eh, check out that girl. Sweet heh?’, they took a quick peek at the girl and looked at me and said ‘But she’s Indian.’ (Or Malay if the girl is Malay). Oh I was with my Chinese friends at that time.  How weird. For them, if you are a Chinese,  you will only look at Chinese girls and you will never lay eyes on any girl from other races, what more to say she is pretty. Haha! Well, back to the pretty lady, I finally get the chance to meet her on the next day, when she was brought around the office to introduce herself 🙂

Well, 2 weeks in the new company I am yet to do much things. I was given many reports and manuals to read. I bored myself to death reading it. It is like back to uni again, staring at the books with eyes wide open, but mind travelling elsewhere. (Not thinking of that Malay girl lah! I see many pretty girls already, pretty immune now. Hahah!). I should master the sleeping stance – sleeping with eyes open, so I can pretend like busy reading when I am actually sleeping. I want to do a ‘Pak Lah garfield mode’, sleeping anywhere and anytime, but I just do not have the talent like him.

Actually most of the time for the past weeks, I just pretending that I was busy doing things, clicking and typing at my computer when I actually busy uploading files, setting up this lousy blog, facebooking haha! Well,  it is normal for newcomer to a new company to have his precious time lazying around for the first few weeks, right? Do not scare him first, when he is settled down, then only the slavery begin. Hah! Looking forward for the coming days.. hope to share more stories with you guys.. Enjoy the video ‘The New Kid In Town’ by Eagles ~!

p/s : After stop writing for a period, it is hard to come up with something eh? Bear with it for now 😀

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25 Responses to “New Guy On The Block”

  1. cibol wrote on Jan 17, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Yeah, glad that you’ve moved on dude. Life is about improvement, moving for the better. Send my salam to the tudung gal! 😉 As long as they’re pretty, they’re pretty la hor .. What’s of this racist chants anyway?

    –> Ya dude, pretty is pretty lah! Who cares if she’s yellow, black or white?


  2. angeles wrote on Jan 18, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Aloha! Thanks for coming over to my blog.. my first time here 😉

    Pssttt… u dun happen to work at Gxxxxa, are u?

    BTW, bigger company doesn’t really mean bigger everything else… I work in a Big company.. but got no company dinner, no trip, no nuthin’… how? OK la, got pros & cons, I suppose… happy working! And of cos, enjoy cuci mata also.. hahaaa 😛

    –> Thanks for dropping by angel 🙂 I guess you are right, not necessary big company bigger everything. (Bigger pay will be good heh? :P) No, not Gxxxxa. What is it anyway? Haha!


  3. Lynnwei wrote on Jan 18, 2008 at 6:53 pm

    hey hey…really cool blog!!! i like the layout!!

    hhmm..i guess change of working environment is a good thing. bigger company, better benefits!


    –> glad you like the layout. thanks for dropping by lynnwei 🙂 i got a friend, her name is ling wei. sarawakian also 😀


  4. cibol wrote on Jan 18, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    bigger pocket is better than bigger company – for me la

    –> that’s for sure dude!


  5. drumsticks wrote on Jan 18, 2008 at 11:21 pm

    that’s a nice song

    –> yeah!! eagles.. hotel california anyone? 😛


  6. Sean wrote on Jan 18, 2008 at 11:38 pm

    Hmm… your new blog? setting up with cibol?
    I am going to change my job as well. Same profession, different company~

    –> cibol set his up first 🙂 you are changing your company? you are a teacher right? all the best man!


  7. melbie wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 1:58 am

    That’s why we Sabahan/Sarawakian are the best bongkersz! No racism in our crowds.. good move for you, but i hope now that you’re in a bigger company, you’ll have a thicker wallet too – as cibol puts it – bigger pocket! hehehe

    –> in a way yes, sarawakian and sabahan, they tend to mix around among races. good thing, should keep it up. that’s why i tell my friends, you want see unity? go to sarawak, sabah. you see mix marriages, malay and chinese stalls side by side in one ‘kopitiam’, etc.


  8. cibol wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 7:41 am

    Sean a teacher ka? I don’t know that! Mel, yeah .. We’re cool. Talk about unity, we have the best I guess. It’s ok, civic starts at home – Bleh!!!


  9. melbie wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 9:24 am

    and i’m glad for that civil lessons 😉


  10. cibol wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 12:40 pm

    couldn’t agree more, mel. Where else can you see a malay stall sat next to a chinese stall if not in our place?


  11. nono wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 1:33 pm

    Cayala you guys! Making me sO proud to be Borneo-an. =)

    …and bongkersz, I didnt know about Pak Lah garfield mode. LMAO!

    –> aduh.. you want me give you some interesting links? Pak Lah in his garfield mode 😛


  12. cibol wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    we must be proud – headhunters! Oh, that’s just me, sorry – My bad!


  13. Patt Irmina wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    hi bongkers.
    gotta agree with you up there. we, sarawakian integrate better with the various races around us. btw, yes. I am nono’s friend. was in the same batch as her in ktdthb. and if i am not mistaken, ur also x-ktdthb right?
    thanks for visiting my blog. love ur blog too.=)

    –> oh really? so you the same batch with amoi, atiqah, girl? i see .. should dig out the out kenyalang magazine haha! yupp, i am ex-kolej bujang, 1994-1999. thanks for visiting, patt 🙂


  14. Patt Irmina wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 7:48 pm

    yes..if u open the kenyalang mag, sure u wont recognise me. coz i look damn different frm back then.lol.btw, u linked urs to mine. hope u dont mind.

    –> i linked mine to yours? sure i don’t mind 😛 i think you meant you linked yours to mine. 😀


  15. cibol wrote on Jan 19, 2008 at 8:56 pm

    “i am ex-kolej bujang, 1994-1999”

    Yerr right, 1994 we still in primary 6 la bang

    –> yameh? 😀 haha! 1995-1999 lo…


  16. melbie wrote on Jan 20, 2008 at 11:28 am

    cibol – kadazan were known to be headhunters too, there’s this place here in Sabah – the Monsopiad Cultural Village, lots of skulls hanging around there .. hehe ..

    –> then you and cibol can form a group together, uniting all the headhunters!


  17. cibol wrote on Jan 20, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    hail the headhunters!! Scary huh?


  18. melbie wrote on Jan 20, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Hey, ladies don’t go head hunting la, bongkersz! hehehe ..


  19. keeyit wrote on Jan 21, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    I just know that you changed job.. anyway, good luck in new job ya 🙂


  20. nono wrote on Jan 21, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    Waseh, you still remember atiqah! super cool… She told me a lot of stories about you. Ehehehe.. Abis la you! Muahahaha
    It was such a long time ago. *evil smile*

    Anyways, you dont have to give me the links for the Pak Lah garfield mode. I saw a lot already, and just realized that he really looks like garfield! AHAHAH.. I hope he didnt do that purposely. charlie..charlie..ehehe

    what she told you nono? spill!!!! 😀


  21. laling wrote on Jan 23, 2008 at 11:24 pm

    Hi Bongkersz..
    First of all Congratulation for your new look and have own domain.Wow great post here and you have good talent in writing as well..well done my friend. 😀

    As Malaysian I love how you pointed race and liberalities here..Yalah who know you can replace Chua Soi Lek.LOL

    –> Hi there Laling! Thanks for dropping by. How’s business? 😛 Me? Chua Soi Lek? Replace him and create a better video? Hahaha..


  22. nono wrote on Jan 24, 2008 at 12:26 am

    Better video eh? Eww..


  23. nono wrote on Jan 24, 2008 at 12:27 am

    But I think that’s brilliant! I mean the idea of creating video *laugh*..

    With a better style la oo?


  24. cibol wrote on Jan 24, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    “Waseh, you still remember atiqah! super cool… She told me a lot of stories about you”

    I wanna know also lerr ..

    Better style dude? Sure, I can be the koreografer if you want. No charge one


  25. melbie wrote on Jan 24, 2008 at 11:32 pm

    no charge but free show ka cibol? hehehe showing his hamsap side already …


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