Did I mention that I'm enjoying working from home? No? Well, now that I've mentioned it, I do love working from home ... LOL! I managed to finish all that I needed to do for the day and after checking out this free life insurance quote, I can go take a nap which is something that I wouldn't be able to do if I was still working full time.
I don't really have anything else to do for the day and my appointments are set for tomorrow so I've got loads of free time on my hands. I must say this working from home idea is pretty neat. I just wonder why it took me so bloody long to actually start this! I even had time to go shopping with wifey just now. So yeah, I'm enjoying being my own boss right now :D
Speaking of shopping, wifey has this very strange habit or rather requirement when it's time pay for our groceries or stuff. She will always INSIST we go to a cashier terminal that's manned by a male cashier. And she doesn't mind waiting in line even if the queue is long. She will never want to go to a terminal that's manned by a woman, unless she has no choice.
And no, it's not cos she's 'man' crazy (LOL!), it's cos she says women cashiers are 'songeh betul' (obnoxious)! According to her, women cashiers tend to be governed by their moods and can be rather rude and irritating at times. She says the men are much more easy going and more efficient (of course la we men are more efficient ... hahaha!) and are NEVER governed by their moods.
Ok, before all you women start bashing me for being a male chauvinistic pig or something, remember this observation is coming from wifey, another woman and not me. I just find it amusing that every time we shop, she'll walk past all the checkout lanes and look for one manned by a male cashier.
But she does have a point. We've on many occasions before suffered at the hands of female cashiers who are rude, 'songeh', sour-faced and whatnots. It's like as if we forced them to stand there. There have been times when they even just chuck our groceries like as if we didn't pay for it. And god forbid if you ask them for extra shopping bags!
The men on the other hand (and I'm not being biased here) are much easier to deal with and are way more patient with customers. And you seldom if ever, see them with a 'sour' face. So whenever we go shopping and it's time to pay she'll walk up to all the checkout counter looking for one manned by a male cashier.
And if there happens to be no men on duty, she will meticulous look at all the women cashiers one by one before deciding which one will give her the least grief. Trust me, it can be quite a funny scene. So the next time you go shopping and you see this girl walking up and down all the checkout lanes checking out all the men, that'll be my wife! LOL!