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13.09.2012 | 錢錢錢錢

[Volume 7 Issue 9, #1536]
喺收銀俾錢嘅時候, 我最唔鐘意就係以下兩種情況, 不過非常之不幸地, 我覺得發生嘅機率都頗高..
  • 「先生, 請問有冇散紙??」.. 大佬/阿姐, 如果我有一早就俾咗你啦, 問嚟係唔係多餘呢?? 乜找錢好辛苦你咩?? 更何況今時今日, 一張五十蚊紙都已經唔等洗啦唔該.. 其實我又唔係咁不近人情, 我唔介意你問我有冇幾蚊幾毫, 然後找返個整數俾我嘅..
  • 「先生, 我冇晒五仙, 你介唔介意我找少俾你??」.. 大佬/阿姐, 你想我點答你呀?? 你都講明冇啦, 我拎支槍指住你咩?? 不過如果佢哋係有心咁做, 我覺得咁樣對顧客好唔公平, 雖然五仙大家都唔介意, 但係如果個個都找少五仙, 佢積埋都賺好多喎.. 打開門做生意, 均真啲係責無旁貸喎~~
there are two things i really do not like to happen when i make payment over the cashier, but unfortunately i would say the probability is rather high..
  • "sir, do you have small notes??".. hello, if i have smaller notes then i would have given to you, it doesn't make sense to ask right?? is preparing more change something so difficult?? furthermore nowadays a piece of RM50 note can't really buy much already, agree?? but i'm not that bad really, i don't mind being asked if i have few cents or ringgit so that you can round up the change..
  • "sir, i run out of 5-sen, you won't mind that right?".. hello, how do you expect me to respond?? you've said that, and expect me to take a gun pointing at you insisting that 5-sen?? but i think if they purposely do that, it is rather unfair to the customers, though we probably won't mind that 5-sen, but if this happens to every customer, they would have accumulated a handsome extra income.. it's really their bounded duty to be ethical in doing business~~
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  1. Good morning SK and everyone. Happy Thursday. 1 day to go to long weekend.

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    1. I am first. Thanks Happy Surfer for giving way this morning. I make it by distracting Ah Hua to watch youtube of my idol Leslis Cheung.

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    2. Ok...ok...you're first. Now go over to my blog and comment on mine. Forgot to set the time...did not appear at midnight as usual, so not many comments yet. Grrrrrrr!!!!!!!

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    3. Good morning Happy Surfer.....


      Uiks....not Happy Surfer ah>.....Yannie ya...Congratulations Yannie :)

      STP hahaha...same thing happen to me...today my blog post tarak appeared. Baru published 8am

      wah today topic about money ah...manyak hot topic!!!

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    4. We two memang half kati, 8 tahil... Hehehehehehehe!!!

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    5. loL...two blur sotong today la, STP...wait ah...after me finish spamming here will spam you blog pulak.

      New ambitions.....I aim to make SK blog post reach minimum 100 comments each day...hopefully can succeed

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    6. STP, ok. I will hop over soon. Don't be geram. Long weekend is here soon. Cheers.

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    7. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls~~

      I knew Happy is giving way this morning, thus I told yannie about the first sip to make her day.

      Uiks?! Happy really hasn't check in yet and it's already 9.40am now. Maybe she's already reading the comments and just keep quite~~

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    8. Yan, good job! But no need to thank me, you did it on your own..

      Good morning!

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    9. And good morning, SK, everyone!

      It's a sunny, cheerful day here in Kuala Lumpur. Here's hoping the sunshine is also spreading to Thailand where the flood is creating havoc just as we speak.

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    10. Fuiyoh....Happy Surfer is sure chiry this morning.

      what happen? You ter-pick up 5sen on the street ka? LOL...just joking la.

      why so late this morning? purposely give way or what

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    11. HELLO GOOD MORNING EVERYONE! I FORGOT ABOUT THE LONG WEEKEND COMING UP UNTIL HOT MAMA TALKED ABOUT IT. WOOOO! HOOOOO!

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    12. morning everyone!!!

      Its Thursday morning.

      One more work day and then we can enjoy a three day weekend! :D

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    13. I was super busy earlier, with havoc created by some idiots. Thus you see me leaving 2 comments and went silence.

      I will be taking half-day off later. Going for some leisure, nyek nyek~~ I seriously need a break and get out from the computer screen.

      5-cents? Small notes?? I hope I won't meet those kind of cashiers during my shopping trip next :)

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    14. memang long weekend ....wish i can join you guys in Taiping tooo.....sobs......i wish upon a star............

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    15. Meow, i wish you can come along too. Then we Hamsaperesses can meet up in Taiping. Eat your heart out, Hamsaperors.

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    16. hahaha .. so all the hamsaperess grind tauhu together? eeeee .. kakkakaka

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  2. Finally, a new post - no need to keep looking at armpits anymore. Hehehehe!!!!

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    1. Hehehehe. That's the very sexy armpits of mine. I mean my card la. Good morning STP.

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    2. Morning! You certainly are chirpy this morning eh? Tsk! Tsk! LOL!!!

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    3. armpit? why armpit? inide armpit got money ka?

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    4. Sigh, I still haven't get mine. Don't know where it went @.@ PosLaju has become PosLambat. Cannot praise so much (as the other day I said I encountered no issue with them) otherwise it'll become the other way round.

      I want to see myself in the sexy thick lips like Angelina Jolie's one.

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    5. AH HUA BELUM DAPAT? I THINK SK SENT TO WRONG ADDRESS!!! HE SENT TO ME?

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    6. STP,
      Why? U no like armpit kah? Sum more those aren't hairy ones wor... Sexy ladies armpit wor...

      Yvonne,
      Because meow & tan go and stalk the postman lah. Udidnt. That's why x dot lagi kot. :-D

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    7. eih. Ini Tan Sri TM Anay why so shouty n use capital letters ah? :O

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    8. Eyewwww!!! Hairy armpits! Not ladylike lah like that... Men, hairy armpits ok...more macho, more manly. What do you ladies think? LOL!!!

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    9. Of course as clean as possible better. But if got hair, only a heart shape got hair is ok la!

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    10. men w bushy armpit? Eeeewwww.. A bit ok lah.. Weird pulak see men with hairless ketiak. but too hairy plus long summore... GELI!!!!!!

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    11. Those people work out in gym usually trim the armpit hair one. I always see no armpit hair muscle men in the gym. I can imagine if all the muscle men have armpit hair. I sure will puke and faint on my treadmill.

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    12. Olden days women have hairy armpits le~ More sensual. You no watch "Lust Caution", by Tony Leong one? See the main actress' armpit is so bushy :p Not yet see? Go, go, have a look yourself.

      The scent can really arouse her partner, ahem ahem, yikes!! What am I taking about? Hair armpit + sweat = faint!! Kakakaka!

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    13. aiks....so lambat one the post. Cannot prise la like that . Memang jinx already.

      I tarak watch wor Lust Caution. Duno why tarak minat Tony Leung coz the movie lately like very "Man ngai"(artistic??) drama. Dun understand what theshow talking aboit. so if you say this title i duno what kinda of show it is.

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    14. Meow, you just fast forward the movie till the exciting part then pause and watch. I guess there are about 5 scenes, each scene last about 3 minutes. Geng ah!

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    15. Yan,
      How many times did you do that? Watch and fast forward and pause? xD

      Must be hafal already lah kan? ;p

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    16. Lina, I used mobile phone to type. So all caps is easy la. So loud meh?

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  3. Ohhhhhh Yannnn!!!!! I was away for a few seconds only and you beat me to it already! Tsk! Tsk!

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    1. a few seconds can saves a life, Arthur kakakaka....

      and a few sens lama lama menjadi bukit one.

      Today topic sure will be ht topic

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    2. Today, I copy the sentence and login and ready to paste once I see new post. kekekeke!

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    3. Yannie got ready by opening SK0617 at 8.25am, refreshed every minute, login-ed to blogger, with her cut-and-paste sentence on standby.

      And she distracted me with handsome Leslie... I went to youtube and watched for 4 minutes X.X

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    4. wah...Yannie so effiecient ah....no wonder so fast la hahahaha.

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  4. 5 sen? I'll just say keep the change? Small notes? I'll just say keep the change too... Hehehehehehe!!!!!!

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    1. wahhhh you so generous ah?

      It's not the 5sen punya matter you know.

      It's the way the do it like they purposely tipu the 5 sens from us.

      I noticed there is one mini market at my place here that does that. 3 days out of 7 days they will say they run out of 5 sen.

      How can that be? That means the Manager is not doing his/her job

      if in case like this they should give us the 5 discount instead . Not to ask us to wave the 5 sens.

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    2. Yeah, it's more the principle than the monetary value. I've encountered being robbed of 5sen as well as getting a 5sen discount but being robbed is not such a nice feeling as getting a discount, that I can say.

      These days, I make sure I have 5sen coins in my wallet. At least it cuts out one sour taste in our daily living.

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    3. I HAVE GOT LOTS OF CHANGES STASHED IN EVERY TIN AND PIGGY BANKS AT HOME. SO I NORMALLY EXCHANGE THEM WITH 7 ELEVENS OR COFFEE SHOPS AND THEY WILL BE SO HAPPY. I USUALLY CARRY LOOSE CHANGES ALONG AS I KNOW SUCH "NO CHANGE" ISSUE WILL OCCUR.

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    4. there's this one stall at gardens mall food court that kept doing that. Eveytime I go, always say cannot give the 5 den change. Go 10 timed, sudah earn free 50 den. O.O

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    5. lina and SK so unlucky. Met such stall. Lucky me never encounter this in my place at all wo!

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    6. O.o Lina, the food court stall is selling their food with the 5 cents one, ka? I mean, like RM6.95 or RM10.55; no even number like RM6.90 or RM10.50? Easier without the 5 cents wert~

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    7. i think your Taiping side not that notorious la but KL side more and more are doing like that.

      I know it's easier if RM6.90 or RM10.50 but then if they put RM6.95 or RM10.55...10 customers they already untung 50cents. Let say one day 100 customers....ady get RM5. RM5x 30 days....ady RM150. Even if they dont do that daily...just 10 days out of 30 days...ady untung RM50 you know.

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    8. TM...the normal kopitiam will be very happy if ou exchange the coins with them coz if they go to the bank to change coins, the bank would charge them. f not mistaken last time was RM8/pack of coins changed.

      Coz Bank Negara will charge the Banks for the Security guard punya van service mah.

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    9. Last time, my brother punya coins that he kept, I always pass to the food court management to exchange. They always happy to receive them. Save them trouble to go change at bank.

      And for me, save me the hassle to bank it in the bank.

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    10. Yvonne, foodcourt at malls got gov tax charged mah...

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    11. Haha, forgotten about government tax and so, as we in Taiping don't patron these places. You know local uncles aunties love cheap stuffs. Anywhere with extra charges or taxes, they will try to avoid it. Yeah, that's including myself.

      Have becoming auntie like that (or am that all while).

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    12. Small Kucing, I am very shocked to hear tht banks do charge so much for a pack of coins!! Faints!

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    13. TM, have to la coz the security company charge the bank mah. so the cost past to customers la. Some bank malas even wanna change coins like that

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  5. It's only money... Imagine the poor girl working long hours for so little pay and you have to pay a ringgit or two extra and she doesn't have RM8 or RM9 change for you - let her keep it lah. Let her go have coffee. You would treat your friends for a lot more than RM1 or RM2, I'm sure....

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    1. What! No such thing as keep it la.

      If she dont have change then the company have change. Just ask the manager to open up the safe or ask her to change the small notes with next counter la.

      If just give like that ,it will become a habit to them. When they have not enough money, they will just say to cuztomer they dont have change and hope the customer would wve. one customer RM1...of one day got 50 customers???

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    2. I once cancelmy food order because the cashier told me to get small change to pay. Maybe he thought I'd either go find change or told him to keep the change. I will do no such thing!

      COme on la... I also per ah work as cashier. So Susan meh to plan any get ready proper change? Malas only la

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    3. Good for you. Food order can cancel la. But if go pasar buy sayur will kena the sayur vendor scold. Thats why when go pasar i make sure i got RM10 notes . If give them RM50 notes, I woiuld tell the lady sorry first coz no small notes. Dare not give them RM100 to change else kena KNS kau kau...what the heck...buy saur RM5 you gimme RM100 to change....bla bla bla

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    4. Yalah... I also don't dare to mengada-ngada at market one. kekeke

      And sure bring small change one. Understand la kan? ;)

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    5. I don't give big big note when go pasar buy sayur. Really will kena screwed by the vendors. Always have loose change and also will try to avoid giving big note to fishmonger because when I get back the changes, it is wet and smelly like salted fish.

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    6. LOL....I agree that the notes will smell at the wet markets. The worst is pork sellers who give you oily notes that smell like dead meat smell. Blergh!

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    7. Fish mongers are the worst la. The smell f the notes all fishy smell. The pork one not as bad.

      Kesian the bank tellers when the market meat vendors, fish mongers and etc go and do banking.

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  6. And if you think that they do it on purpose so people will ask them to keep the change, then all I would say is what goes around comes around - they will get it back one day. Would never get rich cheating people like that. God is all seeing, all knowing...

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    1. God is al knowing but our heart felt sour by their action. Turning good thought into negative thought.

      Just imagine when the cashier say no change. Then our feeling will auto go to nagetive. Okay it maybe ony for 5 minutes but still it's not good also mah.

      It means somebody in the company is not doing their job properly

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    2. Very very seldom that the cashier would make customer lose 5sen to the shop. Usually cashier or the shop owner should be the one who lose 5sen to customer.

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    3. SOMETIMES THEY WANTED CHANGE SO BADLY AND GOT NONE. I TOLD THEM TO USE THEIR MANY-MANY COINS INSIDE THEIR TIPS CONTAINER. THEY SMILED AND FORGOT ABOUT THE TIPS.

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    4. seldom at your side of the country la, Yan but often here in KL PJ area.

      Oh ya hor...next time will try and use TM's suggestion hahahaha....

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  7. I think they dont get the excess money. Cashiers need to give all the money they have collected on that day... So it's the shop's additional kaching!

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    1. Small shops and businesses. Big ones, sure they will have the change. If they don't, can get from the next cashier....

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    2. It';s usually the chain shop that say no change.

      small shop small business will usually put their product to the nnearest 10sen not 5 sens.

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    3. Yes, usually cashier will have to give all the excess money to the shop. additional kaching to the shop.

      this really makes me wonder whether the manager of the shop have instruction from HQ not to give out 5sen or something like that.

      If it happen once in a blue moon then i would understand la. some more 5 sens nowadays cant even buy a candy. But this happens weekly. Really makes me mad

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    4. Sure give to the shop, ka? I think the cashier telan the money him/herself.

      Last time when I worked part time in a supermarket as a cashier, my senior taught me to keep the extra changes in a box. The management wouldn't know about the extra because they just tally the cash with the receipt.

      I was just a freshie, followed her instruction and collected the loose changes that customers forgot to take back. She had a box full of coins. And the last time I heard about it was, some money was missing from the registry and she was blamed.

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  8. Betul cilaka one about the 5 sens...not only you kena. I also kena and it's from the same supermarket at my place here .

    one week got 7 days....at least 3 days no 5 sens change. how can that be?

    I got so angry that i wrote in to their HQ. Got one dumb reply la...say thank you for highlighting the matter.

    Thisn means the HQ also "endorse" their practice lah!!!

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    1. Next time, bring lots of 5 sen coins lor or 1 sen.... Keep a small purse of 1 sen coins in your handbag, pay them 5 X 1 sen to get back at them!

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    2. That is what am planning to do.

      anyway 1 sen coin no longer tradeable la.

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  9. But I am a very vengeful person. Now am "kumpul-ing" all my 5 sens.

    Going to go there one time and pay them with all 5sens! let the cashier slowly count the change!

    Really fed up with them .

    I knpw 5 sens is a small amount la. I dont really mind losing that but being feel "FORCED" to loose them and it was like they are purposely doing that...so what the heck.

    I am wondering...instead of asking us to forfeit the 5sen, why not they give us the 5sens discount??!!Customer PR mah. You give us 5 sen discount we lagi happy

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    1. Yes, customers are happier even if we give them the 5 sen discount.

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    2. A few makan place so kind that they all always round down anything less than 50sen. So the total charge is RM16.30, they ask only RM16.

      Sufficen to say, we become regular customers there. ;)

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    3. ya...some small restaurant willl do that. They would just round up the figures. Malas wanna change coins and etc. A happy customer is a returning customer

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  10. as for asking for smaller change, then I dont really mind la.

    Cz sometimes even if i have small change in pocket, i will give them RM50 to break

    For example let say i wanna pay school fees and i know the school would like an exact fees amount and the Principal have to orek from her purse. So if i just have ngum ngum that amount in my pocket , and i go mini market to buy stuff,. If the casheir ask me if i have small change, i would say no. Cz the small change amount is already allotted for school fee. Padahal, i know the cashier have it in the drawers but lazy to korek out only.Whereas if i gave the small change to the cashier, the Principal may not have small change then i would have to come back next day to collect the balance.

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    1. I prefer to give exact amount too when my kids need to pay for any fees in school. I even give exact amount to the bus driver. But when I go marketing, I usually give big note and I will keep the change for my shop.

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    2. I terbalik wor, Wenn.

      If i got to spuermarket or hypermarket i would give big notes but if market i would give small notes coz sometimes the hawkers very fierce one. if give them RM50 and they dont have the change will kena scolding or kena them halau asked to go and change then baru come back to pay them

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    3. But if they really have no chance, then I would give the smaller notes. I always have big and small notes with me but not coins.

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    4. ya la if they really dont have change , genuine case then ok la

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  11. hha i could relate on that sk i experienced it most of the time they always say that

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  12. there are actually some local shows here in our country that spoof such thing and its very hilarious

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  13. I remember a story my friend once told me he had a bad day and when he is paying some stuffs he want to buy the cashier told them that they doesnt have any change for his money but he madly rplied "I DON'T SEE THAT MY PROBLEM"

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    1. good idea....should try out your suggestion hahaha but sometimes it;'s just not worth the 5sen to argue

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  14. but if its me i dont know what to do i probably get more stuff for them to be able to make a change out of my money I was always polite with others i don't know why maybe my mom raced us that way

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    1. but sometimes we just dont need anymore stuffs from them.

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  15. When I have syiling, I will sure give to the cashier as syiling always make my wallet heavy only. So, I usually don't wait till people ask me, I will give them loose change, unless I don't have any. I also seldom met anyone who told me that they have ran out of small change like 5sen.

    If there is such people, I will let keep the change of 5 sen.

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    1. Some customers also ask for exchange into notes when they have too many coins in their pockets.

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    2. Yan "If there is such people, I will let keep the change of 5 sen. "

      what happens if you go to the same shop and 3 days out of 7 days they tells you the dont have change for 5sen?

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    3. Like that kah? Then, i will ban going to that shop already, meow.

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  16. I worked on a fast food chain though i never worked on the cashier i could see how hard it is most of the newbie spent their salary paying for the lost they easilt get confused when the store is at a peek

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    1. yes, 5 sen counts. Cashiers have to pay for shortage of cash but I give allowance of RM5 for shortage to my cashiers.

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  17. hve a great day and happy bloggin sk god speed to us

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  18. Normally I don't collect 5 sen from my customers but my cashiers can't do that. It's their job. Sometimes I don't collect 10 sen too when their total has a 10 sen extra.

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    1. But some customers will give me the 5 sen or 10 sen themselves without me asking. I don't like to ask. I usually ask for a RM1 to round up.

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    2. wenn, if I want to go to your shop, I make sure you are there and not your cashier. Kekekeke! You are such a nice taokeh soh.

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    3. YEAH I CANNOT WAIT TO SHAKE HANDS WITH WENN AND ASK FOR HER AUTOGRAPH!

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    4. well, cashiers are not supposed to forgo any amount. Otherwise they have to replace the shortage of money. That's the rules and regulation.

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    5. yes, usually if the shop owner then they will round up to the lowest denomination. some even give discount of the total amount.

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  19. Well, we happily encourage our customers to give us coins as we need them. Most of the time, we have to get coins from the bank or the kiddy ride man.

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  20. Some customers just forgo their 5 sen chance but we always insist on giving them the chance. Otherwise, we forgo the 5 sen.

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    1. Exactly, this is the case that I always encounter. Always the shop owner will forgo the 5 sen and not to make the customer lose 5 sen.

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    2. Just 5 sen no point insisting on it if the customer really has no coins at all.

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    3. let's home this syndrome won't spread to your part of the country la Wenn and Yan.

      If SK did not highlighted here, I was thinking that me and hubby aje yang kena the 5sen no change thingy.

      I mentioned to my hubby mah about that particular shop always didnt give back 5sen. My huby said he also kena many times already

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  21. any small change sir? hehehe..

    Happy thursday to you

    Isaactan.net

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    1. HELLO AND GOODBYE ISAAC!!

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    2. It's polite to ask if we really need the small change. No harm asking and the people don't mind giving too.

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  22. 一於懶理,我會企硬。因爲顧客永遠是對的。

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  23. Yesterday a school girl returned me the 20 sen that I forgo last time but I have forgotten all about it.

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    1. Some people is still very honest. I do not want to owe people money also. I can bring that into my sleep and cause me insomnia.

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    2. yes, some will be honest and will come back to the shop to pay.

      Like the other round, i went to pasar malam bought satay. I dont have small change for 40sen. The satay lady waived the amount. But then i went buy other stuffs from other stalls. From there i got coins in return so i went back and pay the lady 40sen

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  24. Sure Bananaz would certainly jump up and down, I wanna my 5 sen coz its collector's item. Bananaz would go into a shop to buy bananas looking for prices at RM3.73 or RM4.03 inorder to receive a change with 5sen. hehe.

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  25. When saw your title immediately this song "qian qian qian lao zi you qian" came into mind haha.

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  26. LOL! Couldn't agree more!

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    1. But as for the first issue, sometimes some people purposely give bigger notes to change one.... So can't blame the cashier also la! :P

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    2. With regards to the second issue, I won't mind the 5cent... hehe.

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  27. Agree with your points!
    Sometimes I have 5 cents but they pandai-pandai help me roundup and charge me more. Lagi teruk right?

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  28. I often ask my client about small note, and I wont ask the second 1 . . . LOL

    Because what I face is . . . my customer buy RM 5.00 value item and pay me RM 50 . . . so of course I will ask like this hahaha

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    1. well, I do face the problem number 2 . . . sometimes . . . or not even more than 2 times LOL . . . I think your area consider kiam siap hahah or filled up with some slowpoke people

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    2. anyways . . . sometimes Karma return to me . . . got 1 time I order food RM 5- RM 6 . . . then I pay RM 100 . . . then the foreign worker scold me . . . then I scold back and tell him to eat himself lol

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    3. continue my story above, what I eat . . . then I eat some western food which is cost RM less than RM 15 . . . I warn the western food fella "you better have small change, else u will be the same thing happen towards Pan Mee worker" lmao

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    4. actually I don't really mind that people makan my 5 cent with telling me la . . . sometimes got people didnt tell u and eat the small change 1, u better becareful lo lol

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  29. can't blame the first statement coz maybe you really had smaller change but wanted to break a big note too:P

    5sen? I have a lot of 5 sen to combat such people with the no 5 sen change excuses:P

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  30. I used to get that kind of questions. So when I make payment and dun have small notes, I will tell the chasier in advance that I dun have small notes and if u don't mind....

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  31. hey...that 5 sen thing...if the cashier told me politely, I won't mind. But some did not even say anything and took it for granted and 'telan' my 5 sen.

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  32. Sometimes, I will keep a few 5 sen in my purse....and when the total amount got 5 sen in it, i will be very happy digging that 5 sen to give them. haha

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  33. May be my hometown isn't that bad, i never encounter such situation. That's why everything got bad and good. Staying in the city and staying out of the city also the same, got good and bad.

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