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Postby M » Thu, 15 Feb 2007 8:17 pm

Lyndarlin wrote:yes thats RIGHT! M DO YOU KNOW WHO ARE YOU? HEY PPLE IN HERE TO CHAT NOT TO SHOW OFF OR ACT BIG! HEY I DONT CARE EVEN YOU A GUY OR A GERL! PPLE LIKE YOU SHOULD SHOT RIGHT ON YOUR HEAD! YOU CAN TALK WHATEVER YOU LIKE OUTSIDE THIS FORUM OK! DUN ACT BIG! SI BEH SIALAN!

I DONT WANT TO ACT THIS WAY BUT THIS PARTICULAR PERSON MAKE ME MAD! :mad: HEY LISTEN DONT MESS WITH THE WRONG PERSON!
I CAN BE GOOD BUT I CAN BE RUDE TO WHOEVER DONT HAVE MANNERED HERE!


I think you need to brush up your language and please, this is an open forum. If you can't accept criticisms, please move on in life for you will never succeed. :cool:

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Postby M » Thu, 15 Feb 2007 8:19 pm

Plavt wrote:You have walked right into it, damned good job the interviewers don't know who you are. Don't worry about what M says you have your life and problems to deal with. Deal with them and you reallly won't be concerned about what others think or say. Peace of advice and said with tongue in cheek since it is the amongst the reasons I would never make a steward; keep your cool, if you succeed in your quest it is a vital component of the job in question.


I think Plavt has said his peace and Lyndarlin, you really gotta brush up. :cool:

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Postby Lyndarlin » Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:23 pm

HEY COME ON IM NOT OPEN IT HERE, WHY DO MA MSG APPEAR HERE? ? NOT MA FAULT :P :P :P :P :P :P

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Postby Plavt » Thu, 15 Feb 2007 11:33 pm

Lyndarlin wrote:HEY COME ON IM NOT OPEN IT HERE, WHY DO MA MSG APPEAR HERE? ? NOT MA FAULT :P :P :P :P :P :P



That is the advantage of being a Moderator (fascist b***** that I am) when you persistently post something which is provocative, unconstructive and grossly off-topic in the bin it goes.

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Postby Intrinsic Dreamer » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 12:53 pm

HarlOe...... :)


I would like to know more about the KEbaya round..


In detail If possible.

Thanks! :D

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 1:41 pm

Intrinsic Dreamer wrote:HarlOe...... :)


I would like to know more about the KEbaya round..


In detail If possible.

Thanks! :D


you`ll go into the room in groups of 10s, then there will be 10 kebayas hanging there, gotta grab the one that fits you best. you need not take the top and bottom from the same set, for example grab a A bottom and B top. those kebayas are from ex crew so it was made to fit them. i heard that they are kinda small. make sure it is fitting. loose kebaya will only jeopardise your chances. then you`re to walk towards the panel. take small graceful steps. posture is very important! then after that there will be a skin check in the kebaya. they will ask you to tie up your hair so they will check for any visible scars in the kebaya. lights shining on you and all like in a photography studio.

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Postby Intrinsic Dreamer » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 9:33 pm

Icic.


Are there girls that go there and realize that nothing fits them because they are on the plump side? What's gonna happen then?

Oh no...

NOw i'm getting worried. I would consider myself big-sized!!! :???:

Will any girls fight over the same piece?
It would be much better if they can walk one by one then come out of the uniform so the others can fit in it? haha... :)


So anyway, have to walk one by one out is it? Please don't tell me we've to pose?!? haha!! :D


I'm really worried that I can't fit in any piece. *sob*

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:01 pm

Intrinsic Dreamer wrote:Icic.


Are there girls that go there and realize that nothing fits them because they are on the plump side? What's gonna happen then?

Oh no...

NOw i'm getting worried. I would consider myself big-sized!!! :???:

Will any girls fight over the same piece?
It would be much better if they can walk one by one then come out of the uniform so the others can fit in it? haha... :)


So anyway, have to walk one by one out is it? Please don't tell me we've to pose?!? haha!! :D


I'm really worried that I can't fit in any piece. *sob*


haha most people don`t know that they have to fight for the best fitting piece! no needa fight, just look properly and grab yours fast!

don`t fight over the kebaya, it doesnt reflect good on you!

yup, walk one by one out, small graceful steps. posture is very very important! no need to pose, just be graceful and posture posture posture!!!

i dunno what happens if you can`t fit.. i don`t think i can fit if they are all tiny :lol: i have a weight issue! :lol:

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Postby Intrinsic Dreamer » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:15 pm

Haha...

Why do u have a weight issue? U are not overweight!!!

Sorry, how old are u?

Actually i think that even if one's BMI is in the accepted range, one might not necessary be able to fit in the kebaya too.

My BMI is acceptable but i think i'm too plump to fit in the uniform.. The bottom might not even fit too. OMG!! :shock:
I'll be the only one that can't wear anything there!!! :(

My posture should be ok. In fact, my pilates teacher thinks that my spine doesn't have the normal S curve.
He said it was too straight & i'll have problems doing some exercises. Dunno if its a good thing or not.

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:21 pm

Intrinsic Dreamer wrote:Haha...

Why do u have a weight issue? U are not overweight!!!

Sorry, how old are u?

Actually i think that even if one's BMI is in the accepted range, one might not necessary be able to fit in the kebaya too.

My BMI is acceptable but i think i'm too plump to fit in the uniform.. The bottom might not even fit too. OMG!! :shock:
I'll be the only one that can't wear anything there!!! :(

My posture should be ok. In fact, my pilates teacher thinks that my spine doesn't have the normal S curve.
He said it was too straight & i'll have problems doing some exercises. Dunno if its a good thing or not.


don`t worry so much! the more you worry, the more nervous you get!

I DO HAVE A WEIGHT ISSUE! seriously! :lol:

maybe i cant fit too! :lol: no let`s put it this way, i think i wont! :lol:

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Postby lindyhoppe » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:09 pm

reminds me of a lady who didn't manage to fit into any of the kebayas (the top, does it have a specific name? :P). she was given a piece of silky, satin-looking fabric that the helpful HR personnel helped her to put on like a tube top after the bra, then she wore the 3/4-sleeved kebaya top outside like a jacket, zipped up to the highest possible. i haven't heard of many ladies who can't squeeze into the tops before... this is the first time. the skirts are usually too long even for ladies who are about 1.65m tall, just fold at the waist and cover with the top. don't panic if the clip above the zip is damaged or whatever, as long as you can zip up and wear the skirt without it dropping when you walk, can already!

the girls won't fight over one piece la! haha. just ask around for a bigger/smaller size that you need if the one you took off the rack doesn't fit, the other applicants are as worried as you and will most probably (from my experience) be happy to exchange with you too. same for the shoes. mostly are size 5 and 6. i wore size 8, only a few pairs available so there was once i waited for a girl to do her walk 1st while i waited bare-foot (doesn't matter) then when she's done she passed the precious size 8 to me :)

relax, girl... :)

Intrinsic Dreamer wrote:Icic.


Are there girls that go there and realize that nothing fits them because they are on the plump side? What's gonna happen then?

Oh no...

NOw i'm getting worried. I would consider myself big-sized!!! :???:

Will any girls fight over the same piece?
It would be much better if they can walk one by one then come out of the uniform so the others can fit in it? haha... :)


So anyway, have to walk one by one out is it? Please don't tell me we've to pose?!? haha!! :D


I'm really worried that I can't fit in any piece. *sob*

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:13 pm

lindyhoppe wrote:reminds me of a lady who didn't manage to fit into any of the kebayas (the top, does it have a specific name? :P). she was given a piece of silky, satin-looking fabric that the helpful HR personnel helped her to put on like a tube top after the bra, then she wore the 3/4-sleeved kebaya top outside like a jacket, zipped up to the highest possible. i haven't heard of many ladies who can't squeeze into the tops before... this is the first time. the skirts are usually too long even for ladies who are about 1.65m tall, just fold at the waist and cover with the top. don't panic if the clip above the zip is damaged or whatever, as long as you can zip up and wear the skirt without it dropping when you walk, can already!

the girls won't fight over one piece la! haha. just ask around for a bigger/smaller size that you need if the one you took off the rack doesn't fit, the other applicants are as worried as you and will most probably (from my experience) be happy to exchange with you too. same for the shoes. mostly are size 5 and 6. i wore size 8, only a few pairs available so there was once i waited for a girl to do her walk 1st while i waited bare-foot (doesn't matter) then when she's done she passed the precious size 8 to me :)

relax, girl... :)


is it! :o if i`m lucky enough to get to kebaya round, i think the silky satin looking fabric will come for me too. LOL. there`s a high chance man! LOL

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Postby tenshi » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:14 pm

Those ladies who passed the intro round will be asked to go for kebaya fitting. You don't really fight for the kebaya, just try and get the one that fits you best. Like what xmischax said, choose A top and B bottom. Ladies who may not be able to button up will just wear the kebaya over their existing top. You may want to bring along a tube top or camisole just in case. Ladies who are more well-endowed may have a little problem with the top cos' remember the kebayas are from ex-crew, so if you get one that is slightly smaller at the top, you may have a problem. Just like I did, but with some ingenuity, I squeezed into it. Some ladies had the same problem too. Sometimes if you are lucky, you may have a lady who has just finished her skin check and she may offer her kebaya to you.

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Postby xmischax » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:16 pm

tenshi wrote:Those ladies who passed the intro round will be asked to go for kebaya fitting. You don't really fight for the kebaya, just try and get the one that fits you best. Like what xmischax said, choose A top and B bottom. Ladies who may not be able to button up will just wear the kebaya over their existing top. You may want to bring along a tube top or camisole just in case. Ladies who are more well-endowed may have a little problem with the top cos' remember the kebayas are from ex-crew, so if you get one that is slightly smaller at the top, you may have a problem. Just like I did, but with some ingenuity, I squeezed into it. Some ladies had the same problem too. Sometimes if you are lucky, you may have a lady who has just finished her skin check and she may offer her kebaya to you.


:o gosh! i think i`ll have a big problem should i get to kebaya round! :lol:

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Postby tenshi » Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:20 pm

Maybe you want to bring along a camisole or a tube top cos' they lady interviewers can just use the table napkin and pin it on for you. I've seen ladies using their own tube top. Just a suggestion.


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