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Posted by Tej at 2:06 PM
It’s a dull day. Life’s a routine. There is hardly anything happening for another few months. And I just realized there isn’t a single holiday till the 15th of Aug. Oh! damn the corporate world!!
Life has been really exciting for me for the past few months or so. Things have settled down. I’m not so much into football, but this time, yes; call it enlightenment or just plain peer pressure, I have enjoyed the game. And I sure believe its “Joga Bonito”.
I didn’t particularly have a favourite team, but I sure did feel bad for Argentina’s loss and I surely did miss Messi ;-). I didn’t watch the match yesterday, but happy that Italy won and also sad that I wont get to see the German coach, Klinsmann again!! The good news is that I finally joined Salsa with my fiancée (happy J ). The first two classes have been fun and I’m so looking for the weekend! Other than that, it’s been pretty much usual.
I have been leaving office right on time these days. Ha! I don’t like working late or overtime….it doesn’t pay to be hardworking. It pays to be street smart. I’ve learnt it the hard way in these two years of my working experience. Well, there are 6 different kinds of people.
- Those who stay back late cause they have work
- Those who stay back late to study or research
- Those who stay back late( doing nothing), just to impress their managers.
- Those who stay back late cause they have nothing else to do outside (their social life sucks basically)
- Those who stay back late cause they enjoy the company in office (chatting, playing et al)
- Those who do not stay back late
I fall under the last (primarily) and first (secondary) sections.
Incidentally, I came across this article posted in office and found it a good read. Check it out
Posted by Tej at 8:13 AM