I was so happy finally to get my Funko Pop Ahmanet and the Mummy. Those boxes damaged a bit after a long journey from the United States of America. But, I don’t mind as long as the content is good. I’m still grateful because those cute figures still manage to safe and sound arrive.
I’m living in Malaysia, and quite far from the big city so most of the time I will just order things through online. The excellent of the internet. But ordering from the web also has cons, I have bad experiences with missing or damaged goods. At one time, I did order laser pointer for my class, and the so call irresponsible postman did not put the parcel inside the postbox, and unfortunately, it was raining that day, and my parents did not realise the package arrives for how many days. So you can guess the rest of the story.
No used to complain because they just take the case without any compensation. Oh… I wish I can share my bad experience regarding my academic books. It is a waste of time trying to explain the meaning of art to that person who does not understand or even bother to read the contents. I’m so pissed off with that person claiming the content too obscene for education purposes!
In Malaysia; I cannot directly write or say bad things freely without any consequences. So that is why I’m grateful whenever I do get my stuff safe, and sound arrives without any fuss.
Last night I watched xXx: Return of Xander Cage and I noticed that the ticket price increase RM1.OO. Luckily I did enjoy watch that movie. The reason I watch that movie because of Ruby Rose and Deepika Padukone.
Nowadays like most everything in Malaysia keeps growing!!! Hm… I wonder when things will be back to NORMAL?
I have to write this as a reminder to Malaysians that not to follow or be like this guy. I took these pictures because he took my pictures first. He might post it on Facebook, Instagram and etc. I can do it, but thinking back I just post it here only. I’m not like other people like to find fame or popularity through those social media.
He acted like a maniac and keeps cursing at my car (not listening!). Haha… I just ignore people like that! Because I think people like that not worth to pay attention.
As you can see from the pictures above how rude he can be. If I’m not thinking clearly I might ram his “Kenari” car. But as a professional, I need to think about my reputation. I can’t taint my name or my family name just because of this RUDE Malay guy. I’m so ashamed with people like that.
People like him made my former colleague from America can’t stand staying in Malaysia. He even reminded to my colleague from The Philippines about Malaysian driving attitude. I felt ashamed but I know it is the truth. I have had been staying in Australia for almost 2 years and I like the way the Australian driving their vehicles and respect the pedestrians.