Thursday, December 08, 2005

When Jiggy Does Not Mean Fat

A Local Delight

I realised that being a new exec at my department at Greener Pastures will also mean I am the youngest. It seems like the other executives and the non-execs are much, much, much older than I am. Sometimes I can't help but look at each one of them in the boardroom and whimper "Yes Dad!" in my head when they ask for my recommendations. Indeed, this place has a very different atmosphere in every aspect of the word from my previous, but it's A OK for me.

Because being older does not mean they are not young.

While I joined the crew for lunch, one of my evergreen colleagues decided to take a wallop of fish head curry along with his rice. "I love fish head curry," he said.

"That's not the only head you like," another one of my evergreen colleagues blurted.

The three tudung ladies on my table giggled and said, "Pak, selalu cakap dengan double meaning." Laugh laugh laugh. Giggle giggle giggle.

And there I was, staring into my rice, and feeling hard pressed to even think that all eight evergreens on my table are talking about oral sex.


Blogger terabot said...

quite awkward ke ?heheheh

10:30 PM  
Blogger A Babe Of Very Little Brain said...

you should have contributed a joke or two ... how dare you call them old? for all you know, one of them could be keeping a blog that you enjoy reading.

*terasa bones creaking right now*

11:53 PM  
Blogger *Splash* said...

err u posted d same topic twice Mudcake ? *giggles*

1:29 PM  
Blogger K. Light said...

When I was travelling around turkey with my mom and her friends, we were all in a bus and the tour guide popped in Titanic. The sex in the car scene was awkward. Worse, there was this makcik who dozed off before and she woke up just at the right time. And she just had to ask what was happening. My mom said:

"jack tengah get jiggy with it"

I was so embarassed, I nearly died.

3:14 PM  
Blogger thinktankgal said...'s'll learn fast the implied version and before you know sudah makan garam already :) How are you dear? All the best in your new job eh! Cheers!

1:33 AM  
Blogger RHAPSODY said...

personally, dirty talk from the elders kinda leave a sick feeling in my stomach, like i ate some nasi basi or something. like, yuckkk... *puke*

kenape ye?

6:13 PM  
Blogger thingsaboottogetvaryinterestinghear said...

thats ageism lauryn.
lauryn, you're a sick ageist!!

6:08 AM  
Blogger lissa said...

*kelakar guling2 dengar anuar's story*

10:11 AM  
Blogger the kimster said...

Welcome to a whole new world :P
Some of the stuff in the organisation can be a little twisted, but you'll get used to it over time.

6:13 PM  
Blogger KaiserSoze said...

Yay to that...age are just numbers. You dont have to be of a certain age to be randy eh? ;)

10:28 PM  
Blogger Lin said...

Haha!! Awkward isn't it?

I get that all the time in my office.

11:26 PM  
Blogger Lin said...

Haha!! Awkward isn't it?

I get that all the time in my office.

11:27 PM  
Blogger Zed said...

i doubt if we will ever stop talking about sex dude... heh heh at least i hope not! been awhile, and good luck on the newco. cheers.

5:39 PM  
Blogger madnessinvain said...

Wah, a group of old timer.

If no girls around, try and ask for a tip or two on their life stories.

Im sure they have aplenty. Coolness!

12:16 AM  
Blogger kepala_angin said...

i've heard that the makcik-makcik and pakcik-pakcik in the government service lagi la pandai in this kind of double talk.

1:30 AM  
Blogger Idlan said...

I donno abt the oral sex, but maaann that ikan thingi looks good.

9:59 AM  
Blogger Muddy said...

elina :

heya babe, sorry that i had to delete your message, as it appeared on the duplicate of this post. maaf ye. ;)

but yeah walking into parent's action is not the best thing to do. ever.

terabot :

it was very awkward. but the more i hang out, the more i got into the groove of it. the way, what does "terabot" suppose to mean? for some reason, it conjures up images of transformers. hehehe...terabot prime!

babe :

hahaha...babe, i didn't call them old (although calling them evergreen does denote this...oh well). but their good, funny folks. kind of happy i got them as colleagues instead of killer, face-stepping kinds.

11:13 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

splash :

i know...hehehhee...malu malu. its the damn network to blame: at first tak dak, tiba tiba terpost twice. haiyoh. ;P

anuar :

you know, i cringed when i read about your situasi. embarrassing pak!!! hahaha...but kind of impressed that your mom knows street lingo. you have to give her credit for that. ;P

thinktankgal :

makan garam? sambal belacan pun sudah. hehhee...thanks for the well wishes on my job. I REALLY LOVE IT HERE! The work load is great, my boss is great, my evergreen colleagues are great. :))

11:17 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

lauryn :

hey lauryn, thanks for dropping by! :)

first and foremost, eating nasi basi will definitely turn anyone green and be admitted to the ICU. as for listening to dirty talk from the elders, its best we just walk away. perhaps we have this notion that at THAT age, none are getting it. But alas, we are wrong and should be quite happy about it because gettin' dertay is no longer associated to a certain bracket of age.

Alhamdulilah and Amen! ;P

things :

hahahah...totally did not know there's such a word as ageism. thanks for brining it up.

lissa :

hahahah...yeah, exactly. but to me, its more like cringe cringe cringe berguling guling. kekeke...

11:21 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

the kimster :

hahahahahh thanks man! it is indeed a whole new world; perhaps all this height do keep some people younger in spirit. hehehe...

kaisersoze aka sifu :

EXTREMELY YAY TO THAT! Hahaha...its good to know that we can potentially get sumthin' sumthin' at any age. Just hope that we don't break our backs while doing so. hehehhehe...

Lin :

Hahah...really? Are you telling me we are working at the same company? ;P

11:24 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

zed :

thanks man for the well wishes! and what's this? "been awhile"? worries man, there's 2006 to claim. ;P

madnessinvain :

hahaha...asking about their ventures will just be MORE awkward. i don't think the environment can allow a person who is not married (me!) to ask those who are (them!). their expectation is for me to be virginal and naive. if only they knew...hahahha ;P

kepala angin :, so putrajaya is like THE land for double talk in gettin' dertay? Woohoo!!! Someone should go camera-video it and expose the scandal! ;P

idlan :

hey pal, thanks for dropping by. :) yeah, the ikan curry is really yummy. esp when you got steamy, fluffy rice with it, plus slices of cucumber and sambal belacan. Best!!!

11:30 PM  
Blogger Lin said...

Muddy, following Kimster's comments, I think so.

1:14 AM  
Blogger Vlad said...

I love dirty talk. Now or probably even if I'm 100.

I want to be just like Ranma's mentor Happosai. OH SWEETOOO!

Shit, did I just make a jerk out of myself?

11:27 PM  

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