Currently, I'm earning my allowance through posting for Real Voices2 blog and my employer is Youth Says~ Yeah,I consider this blogging as a formal job of mine since I get money for what my service, it's the same concept as in job~ Hmm,with a rather serious opinion, I'm not doing any part-time job though I do consider to do some during the next month holiday before furthering my study in undergraduate level in UM,most probably. During my study, I received my allowance from my father, though it was my mother who bank in the money~ Based on my previous statements, I insist that I have never done any part time jobs before...eh wait, National Service is also a service from me to the country and I did get payment,so was it considered as a job too? Haha~ One more job that I might have been doing is to excel in my exam since my mother always reward me RM20 for an A+ (score 90 above),RM10 for A and RM5 for A-. Note that the grading system mentioned is updated to the current SPM standard,huhu~
Usually, I didn't save up nor get it straightaway~ I'll wait for my money to reach the amount that
I need to buy that thing, though this sounds like saving up, but there's a bit difference. I didn't save
my pocket money in a significant manner,instead, I always wait for big fortune to come like cash
prize that I always earn from my result in exam or my financial aid by Zakat Kedah or Ministry of
Higher Education. Then I'll use the money straightaway before it is reduced to zero by my
shopaholic identity (not really, but sometimes I can't stop myself from buying unnecessary items
such as clothes if it was under cut down price or discounted).
Three coolest jobs:
(1)President of a world-leading company
The reason is easy, he manage a big company that if there's something that's not supposed to be happen is to occur, he takes the whole responsibility. On the other hand, if there're nothing occur, he got to relax the whole time of his life span~
They are always the first person of the century to find something new, and they are always ahead of the human generation in obtaining knowledge, in other words, they are the first hand knowledger~ Sounds so cool to me~ XD
While they happened to give advice and encourage others all the time during their work period, I'm wondering what if they are in the same shoes as those they gave counselling. Surely they sometimes are in the same shoes,so for them to be able to be in the same shoes but help others to get out of the shoes, I'm impressed indeed~!
Three least coolest jobs:
(1) Corrupted officer
I had an experience being detained (at the road side only) by a police traffic officer insisting on my fault for not bringing any identity card when going at night and he exaggerated as if I am the number one criminal in Malaysia. After a long session of detention, finally he revealed his true colour by asking me to buy some drink for them (there were a lot of other police officer, it seems to me like they are ganging up just to leech out money from poor innocent public like me, damn them~!). So,after giving him 20myr, I cursed him all the way back home. Please die from the crime that you did officer~!
(2) Porn Star
I have a feeling that some might find it awkward to mention it in this blog, but my voice is counted in this blog, so I'm voicing it out loudly and clearly~! Well,since their assets are just their body and some repeated sex pose, I don't think they are even worthy of a single penny to be paid...
(3) NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training)
Obviously, the state of not being within any of the three categories mentioned above sounds like a lazy bum to me. Since they are not even doing anything worthy, why don't they just donate their organs to those who need them to be useful in society? Haha,maybe it's too much.. Anyway, they are not contributing to the society in any way if they remain being a NEET... That's quite a failure as a human.. Hmm..