I think you have realised that I have not been visiting your blogs for a week now. From the depth of my heart, I'm very sorry. It is never intentional and I don't have grudges on anyone who might think that visiting my blog is a waste of time. I have my own reasons. If you can spare me some time, I'll explain.
I have been sick. I told you about my sore eyes and everything - it appears to be conjunctivitis which is effecting not just my left eye but also my right eye. My left eye was infected first, and when it was about 50% cured, my right eye has been infected. As a result, both eyes were unstable and I frequently had to rest my eyes.
My current condition?
60% okay. My eyes are still red and puffy.
The second reason is obviously Streamyx. I was watching New Moon with my sun glass on Sunday when ayah made a report at 3.09p.m. I called Streamyx every morning, hoping that I would be able to resolve the problem. I have been given different answers every time I called and the latest rude explanation that I have received was about the fibre optic cable which undergoing an upgrade.
My question to Streamyx was, "Kenapa masalah ini boleh berlaku lebih tiga kali dalam sebulan?"
It might be the area that I'm staying right now. It might be the techinician who has been assigned to work at our area. But the service sucks. When you see this condition, you might have a naughty mind saying that I might not paying my bill when I did. They knew I did.
Unfortunately, Streamyx is not helping me to create such impression. Thanks Streamyx, long live and may your competitors learn from your great performance;)
I think I don't have to talk about the "soft-spoken" Malay female representative named Wani who spoke to me on Wednesday. She put the blame on my father - which was very sweet of her. She said, "Kenapa Cik Shahida tak tanya ayah Cik Shahida kenapa dia tak angkat phone?"
I would like to take the opportunity to thank Wani's parents for teaching their daughter on how to behave. I think it would be a good idea for Wani to be the next contestant of Gadis Melayu Season 3 since she is meeting the criteria.
My answer to Wani was, "Kalau angkat telefon boleh selesai ke masalah kami?"
Wani was still blaming my father of not answering the phone. I believe that Wani's mother must be very innocent. Either she doesn't have a father or she might be having over-responsible father who answers his phone all the time regardless whether he was driving or performing his solat.
Hearing Wani's voice made me think whether Wani knew the word solat.
Wani has an excellent voice. Like the girls who sang "Suuuuurri ram...ram...ram..." in P.Ramlee's movie, she spoke to me with drawls. The sigh and moan was sexy as hell. If she is married, the husband must be very lucky. The grunt and groan on the phone has been made public. Knowing that the call was recorded - Wani did not kept her disappointment of having a customer like me. I said something and Wani sighed. I said the other thing and Wani moaned. Please be informed dear readers that I haven't said anything at all related to things in bed. I only talked about the techinician who did not called me. Perhaps this technical thing made Wani felt sexy.
I had to say "hello" several times to get her response - hoping that she would at least acknowledged my problems.
Her boyfriend or partner must be very obliging; considering that Wani never said sorry throughout the whole conversation. She was right in everything; knowing that she was working in the technical line who contacts the technician. Woman in the men's line. For Wani, customers are like small children who are stupid in everything. Wani is an important person in TM. TM's future is depending on Wani. What Wani says, customers must listen. What customers say, Wani doesn't have to listen because Wani have extra eyes which could foresee the technicians arrival in this suburban area.
"One customer go, the others will come" is Wani's principle. Wani doesn't care about what happened to TMTouch. Wani knows that in Streamyx, Everyone Connects except for that annoying customer called Cik Shahida. Wani listens to Mila, Akim and Dafi everyday. Sometimes, she listens to Sheila and Tomok. This is because, Wani works for Streamyx, the best internet provider which perceived themselves as professionals. Two working days call center's promise is nothing to Wani. Wani knows that regardless Celcom, Maxis or even Py1Max are currently competing, she has such a glamorous career - where lawyers, engineers and even accountants are depending on her.
Wani has the right be rude and arrogant. Maaf is never in her vocabulary.
With all my heart, I would like to recommend Wani as the Best Employee of TM Streamyx Year 2009 until infinity. This posting is specially dedicated to you and your wonderful employee. Go Wani! Go rude Malay girls! This is how life should be. Cyber means modernisation and modernisation means rudeness!:)
By the way, dear friends...
While amusing myself with Cik Wani's attitude, Wan has been very supportive. Thanks to the person named Wan who had to endure a conversation like, "Sorry...tak dapat tengok posting baru di blog Pocket!" Or Zara who showed her concern in why I'm not even updating my Facebook.
Thanks dearest friends, for being very rude when Wani has been kind (reverse psychology is a good thing, don't you think?)
Ooohh...one more good news!
Remember this posting?
orkid's cafe: chicken soup for the blogger's soul
I told you that I will send out a token of appreciation to the first five bloggers who manage to give me the name of the blog and the blogger. Well, here are the the lucky ones:
mier @ merr
Thanks for supporting this posting. Please send your adress to my e-mail:
Until then, please bear with me. I have scheduled all my postings for next week. If Streamyx is kind, then I'll be able to visit your blogs as soon as I will be able to do so. Otherwise, if you feel that my blog needs a visit or comments, I will always welcome you here. I'm sorry for not being able to return the favour at this moment.
I finished reading this book with my red eyes. It was nice - so, I would like to suggest this book to any avid readers or bloggers out there. Take care.