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How life’s sometimes stacked up! June 27, 2007

Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Food, Malaysia, People, Places.
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Those of us who work in air-conditioned offices do not realise what it’s like to work as a manual labourer in food courts.

Here’s are two visual depictions of the aftermath of a thunderstorm. The plastic chairs which are stacked up and stored away before the dark clouds came, are retrieved and taken out to the various tables.

 These chairs are not taken out one by one but about 25 to 30 at one go. That means stacking them up on your frail spine and bony back and walked like penguin for the next 50 yards.

So next time you see a waiter of foreign origin, spare a thought for his kind of occupation. Not everybody is born lucky. Some actually have to work hard for their next meal.

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