Apart from the above, nothing extravagant occurred within these past few days. Just going on with my plain everyday life. I'm still waiting for the reply from MPSJ since I applied for this post called 'Pegawai Tadbir'. I don't know what the hell people call it in English but I guess Management Officer can be applied here? I have no idea whatsoever. The deadline was last Monday and I expect it will take quite some time for me to get the feedback from them since, well you know, governmental bodies. Unless the head is around to monitor their work, they'll work as if they were on a holiday. Slow and steady.
I have another interesting story to tell here. Although I know this is a stupid one but for me personally, this particular incident was quite hilarious in my point of view. So, the story goes as follow. Last Friday, after finish playing football, I went straight to the Subang Jaya's KTM station to pick my father up since he was lazy to drive to work on that particular day and decided to take the train instead. Unlucky for both of us, the train somehow got stucked somewhere in Lembah Pantai due to the fact that something went wrong with it and the train can't move, yet again. As a result, I had to wait for my father and while I was waiting, I saw this guy sitting down alone, on the roadside, right beside of the drainage system.
It's a normal scene right? To see a person waiting for his/her friends, family or whatever. But this guy was unique. Not in a good way but in an awkward way. He was talking, no no, screaming is the appropriate word, alone. Yes, he was screaming alone. He was saying stuffs like "Mana dia nie?", "Alaaaaa", "Kenape jadi macam nie?" and a lot more. Trust me, a lot was said but these are the ones that I managed to recall from the incident.
He couldn't be bothered of the public looking at him amazed by his ability to talk alone loudly by the roadside. The guy shouted alone for about 15 minutes. I was watching him from a safe distance realizing that people like this might burst out suddenly, out of nowhere and the people closest to him/her, for sure, will be the target.
Weird ey? Well, sometimes life can push us to the very limit of our patience and if we're not able to contain it, we might end up doing the same thing as what this guy did.
Note: The Three Days Rule.