““I was talking to my teammate and he decided he wanted to put his two cents into it […] I’m a quiet guy, a laid back guy. But I’m not going to let nobody talk trash to me. He’s on a good team now so he thinks he can talk a little bit. But it’s a lot of fake tough guys in this league and he’s one of them”
lyrechaem replied to your post:Is it normal for a company to ask for your payslip…
that’s weird. i guess balak ka nila baratin? dahil feeling nila yung asking mo is way higher than what you’re getting now..(which is irrelevant, dahil bakit ka nga naman maghahanap ng trabahong mas mababa ang sweldo kesa current mo diba.)
Wala naman sa payslip yung benefits and other allowances. Hay nako. Nagdadalawang isip tuloy ako sa company na yun. Lol. Sana employment certificate na lang yung hiningi nila.
8. Don’t send “Thanks!” emails. If you don’t have anything substantive and/or actionable to say, don’t send the email. Refraining from sending the one-word “Thanks!” email is tough, because it can feel ungrateful. But at this juncture, we’re all probably more grateful for one less email. Need to know.
Was kuya Pao’s Big 3-0 pool party. Around 12MN, I went with @missjetsetter wen she went home since I left my cellphone at her place. When I got back to kuya Pao’s place, the village gate was close so I asked the cab driver to drop me there. When I opened the pedestrian gate, manong guard fell down on his chair and his eyes were wide so I thought he woke up during the fall, but seriously, he wasn’t responding to anything I do but he was still breathing. So I ran to kuya Pao’s house and ask help from the boys. When we got back to the guard house, manong guard eyes were closed and it was like he’s having a seizure attack. The boys helped the other guards (from the other village) carry him inside a tricycle so that they could take him to the hospital. I’m not sure if it was a good idea but since they say that the pulse was weak already, and I was too shock to do anything, I let them decide what to do. We went back to the house afterwards.
When we were about to go home, we asked the “new” person at the village gate what happened, he said the guard was DOA.
"(I) didn’t like that (being famous as a teen). That wasn’t for me at all. Some people can deal with it, but I found it to be a complete pain in the arse and embarrassing. Also, there was the annoying notion of everyone going, ‘Ah, you should know better’ when I was done for shoplifting. But, no, I shouldn’t have known better. There was no reason I should. I could have done without that side of things. It was nice to go travelling and have those experiences (filming movies), but look, if anyone in my family - my nieces or my daughter - wanted to start at that age, I’d absolutely believe in and support their dreams, but I would tell them, ‘No bloody way - not professionally.’
It’s just too young. You need to be anonymous at that age, you need to go and get into all sorts of trouble and not have anyone know who you are. It’s ruined when everyone knows who you are.”
"at that age, you need to go and get into all sorts of trouble"