Monday Stress

15 January 2002 15:18

My assignment in Bangkok is essentially done already so now I'm back working at KL again. If there was ever a time when I'm not glad to be back on home soil, this would be it. It took me a frickin' hour and a half to reach the office via KTM & LRT this morning. After about eight trains had passed on the opposite side of the tracks (the one heading towards PJ) only then did one actually arrive, which by then was really packed like sardines (reminiscent of those days of the mini-buses). *Sigh* First the roads now this? Will there ever be a day where I can actually go to work in KL without stressing myself up? I'm seriously getting tired of this commute thingy. A couple of months back, I was forced to drive myself to work every morning for about 6 months and I really loathe the experience. Why? 'Cos it takes a bloody hour to get thru a 10 mile distance! And don't get me started on my having to put up with other road users! By the time I make it to the workplace, I'm already too riled up to actually sit down and start working right away. And the cycle continues every day. I was thinking taking the trains to work would be the better way. Well it was, but not today it seems. I'm just hoping it's just one of those days.

It's just one of those days
Where ya don't wanna wake up
Everything is fucked, everybody sucks.
You don't really know why
But you wanna justify rippin' someone's head off
No human contact
And if you interact your life is on contract
Your best bet is to stay away motherfucker!
It's just one of those days!

Listening to: Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff (My official Monday morning anthem)

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