We all have imperfect days
The only problem is when it comes at the start of the work week. It kind of messes up with your entire system.
What exactly happened?
I was on my way to work this morning when I realized that I have forgotten my wallet. So I was considering whether I should go back to the condo and get it or just go to work and borrow money from someone. I decided to go back home because no one wants to lend money on Mondays – I believe it’s considered to be bad luck.
When I got off the jeepney, I realized my place is just near so it’ll be a quick ride back – but no jeep stopped for me. So I walked.
Fortunately, I was only a couple of minutes late to the office. But then, my pc rebooted over the weekend and it took about 15-20 minutes to have it working again.
And then, I found out that I also left my charger at home. Which is just fine, I can borrow someone else’s; plus I have an extra charger here which I rarely use Coz it’s fake haha.
I Eventually used the fake charger because I had to rant and post complaints about the bank employees of the BPI Branch in our office building.
Well, they have this electronic queuing system which will provide you with a number and you just wait for to be called. When I got my number at around 11am it was 97; the number being served is 70. So I went back upstairs and thought I’d wait 30 minutes before coming down again.
I went back 11:30 and saw that the number is now 87.
My number is near so I thought of just waiting there. 30 minutes after, and a lot of people have come and gone to the bank tellers, I look up and saw the number on the screen was 90. I was like, what the hell??? Clearly, more than three people have had their bank transactions processed – and in no way did they look like VIP clients nor senior citizen. So what gives?
I felt that these people were able to get ahead of me because they were personally known by the tellers. And I thought it wasn’t right.
So I headed back to the office, charged my phone, and flooded the company’s Twitter account. I also posted a
Long complaint on Facebook, and tried calling their customer service.
I got a reply from Twitter, and a friend of mine who knew someone asked me for some more details. So there, I’m not backing out of this because this ain’t the first time it happened. And a lot of people agree with my observation!!! Hah!