Tuesday, March 20, 2012

careful with your attitude :)

I was waiting for the bus to come. I wanted to go back to Alor Setar after doing some work and stuff in Kuala Terengganu a few days ago. With me waiting for the bus were Puan Zuraida and Dr. Kit. I do not really know why, but I have been informed that the bus will be a bit late tonight.

So, while waiting for the bus, as a normal person who talks a lot (wahaha), so I talked to Dr. Kit and Puan Zuraida, just usual stuff to fill the emptiness. Suddenly came two girls sitting near to us. One of them was watching us. And then she turn back to her friend and make some funny face. Then she looked at us again, and turn back and said something to her friend and make some action (trying to follow what we were doing which was just talking) and laughing. Obviosly they were talking about us. I do not know what happened to them. That was so bad!

Maybe because we were in a bus station, speaking english is not allowed? Is it a bad stuff? Is that why they said something about it? Because I felt so angry, so I stop talking and stared at them. The girl turned to us again but she saw. She pretended that she was looking far

I do not really care before but because this time this two girl just sitting very near to us, that what make me feel a bit upset to their attitude. So rude...

I hope that they will change the attitude. I hope that both girls are not a teacher. Obviously they cannot be a teacher if they have that kind of attitude. They cannot even encourage people to learn or speak in other language. By the way, we were with Dr. Kit at that time which obviosly is somebody from UK and of course to be polite was to talk in english...not to show off or something...

it's fine...just hope that they will realise about it and also open their mind a bit :) Then after that incident, the bus came and Alor Setar off I go!

p/s: no heart feelings :D wahaha