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Postby M » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 8:29 pm

Quasimodo wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:Hi all ppl

Thanks for ur replies, "superpinkystar"! :)
So u already is a FA? :D So under the 'HIGHEST QUALIFICATION', wat should i fill in? :wink:


This is far too easy . . . far too easy. I feel like Chandler in the episode when he isn't allowed to make a fun for a whole day. Surely even he would have broken down when faced with 'loopypoopsie' and 'superpinkystar'.

Stop, I beg you - STOP, in the name of all that is holy!!!! ](*,)


i think "Quasimodo", YOU hv mistaken rite... i think u din get clear wat's going on before laughing at ppl. Hv some sense pls....



Laughing? I am really trying my best, my dear - not to display any type of emotion whatsoever . . . I will try to have some sense - sorry, to hv some sense, loopypoopsy . . . :-# Trying, trying, trying :-#

Please, let's desist . . . :-#

Ok, I'll give you a hint. What you should put down as a highest qualification is:
drumroll - wait for it: Your highest qualification. The answer is, kind of, already in the question.
Kind of like:
The sky is blue, what colour should I say it is?

This gem was preceeded by 'you already is a FA' Don't you see? Isn't it obvious? Is . . . Hint:
Conjugation of the verb 'to be':
I am
You are
He/She/It is
We are
. . . make sense?
Am I in the wrong forum? Was it the left door, not the right?

Will some of you here be in charge of serving me food and ensuring a safe flight for me in the future?

OK - :-# Loopypoopsie . . . :-#


Wow wow. Valuable lesson for all? Please do pay attention to this valuable lesson yeah?

But wait a minute. I think we are missing out on good old morals lessons? Are we missing out on something here? I reckon you must be well learned, probably someone of high "status" in da "society"? But PATHETIC?

If ya like to "enlighten" the common, do so in the public and notby typing furiously behind the computer? I expect simplier answers like" yes, no? Diploma or degree?" Tickle my toes no more!! I feel ticklish! :P

M :cool:

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Re: Hello..

Postby M » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 9:30 pm

Belle07 wrote:
Belle07 wrote:Hi everyone...

I need an opinion from u guys.I intend to send in my application for the FA position. However, im not sure if i should send in a new pic or a pic tat i send and was shortlisted for the 1st interview. Wat do u guys think? Thanks... :D :)


Hi ppl...can i use the same picture from my previous application or should i use a new pic? Please giv me ur opinion. Thanks... :-|


I reckon a nicer photo will do? The "one" will get you through!

M :cool:

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Term of Contract

Postby *junie* » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:10 pm

Hi,

I wish to find out what is the current contract term with SIA? I heard from a friend of mine that the current contract term is 2 years, and no longer 5 years.

Please help to clarify this doubt.

Thanks. :wink:

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Postby Belle07 » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:17 pm

Thanks M & Summer81. Really appreciate it... :) :)

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Re: Term of Contract

Postby M » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:27 pm

*junie* wrote:Hi,

I wish to find out what is the current contract term with SIA? I heard from a friend of mine that the current contract term is 2 years, and no longer 5 years.

Please help to clarify this doubt.

Thanks. :wink:


Contract is for 5 years but you're bonded with them for 22 months, inclusive of 4 months training.

M :cool:

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Re: Term of Contract

Postby *junie* » Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:32 pm

M wrote:
*junie* wrote:Hi,

I wish to find out what is the current contract term with SIA? I heard from a friend of mine that the current contract term is 2 years, and no longer 5 years.

Please help to clarify this doubt.

Thanks. :wink:


Contract is for 5 years but you're bonded with them for 22 months, inclusive of 4 months training.

M :cool:


thanks alot :D

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Postby loopypoopsie » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:27 am

Quasimodo wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:Hi all ppl

Thanks for ur replies, "superpinkystar"! :)
So u already is a FA? :D So under the 'HIGHEST QUALIFICATION', wat should i fill in? :wink:


This is far too easy . . . far too easy. I feel like Chandler in the episode when he isn't allowed to make a fun for a whole day. Surely even he would have broken down when faced with 'loopypoopsie' and 'superpinkystar'.

Stop, I beg you - STOP, in the name of all that is holy!!!! ](*,)


i think "Quasimodo", YOU hv mistaken rite... i think u din get clear wat's going on before laughing at ppl. Hv some sense pls....



Laughing? I am really trying my best, my dear - not to display any type of emotion whatsoever . . . I will try to have some sense - sorry, to hv some sense, loopypoopsy . . . :-# Trying, trying, trying :-#

Please, let's desist . . . :-#

Ok, I'll give you a hint. What you should put down as a highest qualification is:
drumroll - wait for it: Your highest qualification. The answer is, kind of, already in the question.
Kind of like:
The sky is blue, what colour should I say it is?

This gem was preceeded by 'you already is a FA' Don't you see? Isn't it obvious? Is . . . Hint:
Conjugation of the verb 'to be':
I am
You are
He/She/It is
We are
. . . make sense?
Am I in the wrong forum? Was it the left door, not the right?

Will some of you here be in charge of serving me food and ensuring a safe flight for me in the future?

OK - :-# Loopypoopsie . . . :-#



i don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here? wat for being so sarcastic... :roll:

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Postby summer81 » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 8:19 am

loopypoopsie wrote:
Quasimodo wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:Hi all ppl

Thanks for ur replies, "superpinkystar"! :)
So u already is a FA? :D So under the 'HIGHEST QUALIFICATION', wat should i fill in? :wink:


This is far too easy . . . far too easy. I feel like Chandler in the episode when he isn't allowed to make a fun for a whole day. Surely even he would have broken down when faced with 'loopypoopsie' and 'superpinkystar'.

Stop, I beg you - STOP, in the name of all that is holy!!!! ](*,)


i think "Quasimodo", YOU hv mistaken rite... i think u din get clear wat's going on before laughing at ppl. Hv some sense pls....



Laughing? I am really trying my best, my dear - not to display any type of emotion whatsoever . . . I will try to have some sense - sorry, to hv some sense, loopypoopsy . . . :-# Trying, trying, trying :-#

Please, let's desist . . . :-#

Ok, I'll give you a hint. What you should put down as a highest qualification is:
drumroll - wait for it: Your highest qualification. The answer is, kind of, already in the question.
Kind of like:
The sky is blue, what colour should I say it is?

This gem was preceeded by 'you already is a FA' Don't you see? Isn't it obvious? Is . . . Hint:
Conjugation of the verb 'to be':
I am
You are
He/She/It is
We are
. . . make sense?
Am I in the wrong forum? Was it the left door, not the right?

Will some of you here be in charge of serving me food and ensuring a safe flight for me in the future?

OK - :-# Loopypoopsie . . . :-#



i don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here? wat for being so sarcastic... :roll:


Nice one dude.. :lol:

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Postby superpinkystar » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:09 am

summer81 wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:
Quasimodo wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:
superpinkystar wrote:
loopypoopsie wrote:Hi all ppl

Thanks for ur replies, "superpinkystar"! :)
So u already is a FA? :D So under the 'HIGHEST QUALIFICATION', wat should i fill in? :wink:


This is far too easy . . . far too easy. I feel like Chandler in the episode when he isn't allowed to make a fun for a whole day. Surely even he would have broken down when faced with 'loopypoopsie' and 'superpinkystar'.

Stop, I beg you - STOP, in the name of all that is holy!!!! ](*,)


i think "Quasimodo", YOU hv mistaken rite... i think u din get clear wat's going on before laughing at ppl. Hv some sense pls....



Laughing? I am really trying my best, my dear - not to display any type of emotion whatsoever . . . I will try to have some sense - sorry, to hv some sense, loopypoopsy . . . :-# Trying, trying, trying :-#

Please, let's desist . . . :-#

Ok, I'll give you a hint. What you should put down as a highest qualification is:
drumroll - wait for it: Your highest qualification. The answer is, kind of, already in the question.
Kind of like:
The sky is blue, what colour should I say it is?

This gem was preceeded by 'you already is a FA' Don't you see? Isn't it obvious? Is . . . Hint:
Conjugation of the verb 'to be':
I am
You are
He/She/It is
We are
. . . make sense?
Am I in the wrong forum? Was it the left door, not the right?

Will some of you here be in charge of serving me food and ensuring a safe flight for me in the future?

OK - :-# Loopypoopsie . . . :-#



i don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here? wat for being so sarcastic... :roll:


Nice one dude.. :lol:


anyway,
Quasimodo just wants to create some trouble on this forum. he/she thinks he/she is so smart that it seems he/she is the perfect one on this forum.like come on, grow up! this is an adult forum for people to share their views. once in a while, we will type too fast and have one or two common errors. oh well, wrong forum page for you!!

the closing date for application is the 17th december. any one of you having problems sending via email still?
*smile always

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Postby Vaucluse » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:15 am

don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here?


Love the following response:

nice one, dude



Ok, here's a real question, though - is it not important to be able to communicate or converse fluently for a frnt-line employee? (What does that mean, anyway: "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"?
......................................................

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Postby summer81 » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:36 am

Vaucluse wrote:
don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here?


Love the following response:

nice one, dude



Ok, here's a real question, though - is it not important to be able to communicate or converse fluently for a frnt-line employee? (What does that mean, anyway: "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"?


Well, i suppose that you dont sms in perfect english as well do you? More often than not, what you type is not the way you usually converse. No?

Well, the point here is that this, is just a place for you to post your questions and for you to voice your views. A forum is, afterall a forum, not a place to test your conversational english. Dont be surprised that there are many who type 'broken' english just for the fun of it. Thats my take on it.

On another note, the emails are still getting bounced back. Guess the staff over at SIA havent clear the mails from the weekend yet. So hang on there and be patient. :)

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Postby samsoh » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:36 am

Your message

Subject: Application for the post of Flight Steward

was not delivered to:

CabinCrew_Recruit@singaporeair.com.sg

because:

Error delivering to CabinCrew Recruit/SID/SIA; Router: Database disk quota exceeded

**************************************

SQ server overloaded...
Got to wait
Happy go Lucky

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Postby loopypoopsie » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:39 am

Vaucluse wrote:
don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here?


Love the following response:

nice one, dude



Ok, here's a real question, though - is it not important to be able to communicate or converse fluently for a frnt-line employee? (What does that mean, anyway: "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"?


Vaucluse,

Like Quasimodo this kind of trouble-maker IN HERE, we dun hv to commuciate or converse fluently to him. & u dun get my meaning of this "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"? It means tat his/her brain is like a peanut size so small yet still think so highly of himself. Since he/she loves teaching ppl so might as well ask him/her to be a teacher instead of making trouble in here. Have you no shame, Quasimodo? Be humble. :roll:

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Questions during the interviews

Postby wawa » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:41 am

I've read much of the threads and topics here but not many shares the questions imposed by the interviewers for each and every stage. ANyone cares to share so that we can be more prepared for the upcoming Jan intake.

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Postby loopypoopsie » Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:47 am

summer81 wrote:
Vaucluse wrote:
don't see a need for u to teach me all this. i just only wan to clear my doubts. u think u really so great in teaching ppl conjugation of the verb 'to be'? stop your tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo correcting ppl in here?


Love the following response:

nice one, dude



Ok, here's a real question, though - is it not important to be able to communicate or converse fluently for a frnt-line employee? (What does that mean, anyway: "tat thinking in ya peanut brain. since u so free to teach ppl all tis stuff, y not u be a teacher instead of being a kpo"?


Well, i suppose that you dont sms in perfect english as well do you? More often than not, what you type is not the way you usually converse. No?

Well, the point here is that this, is just a place for you to post your questions and for you to voice your views. A forum is, afterall a forum, not a place to test your conversational english. Dont be surprised that there are many who type 'broken' english just for the fun of it. Thats my take on it.

On another note, the emails are still getting bounced back. Guess the staff over at SIA havent clear the mails from the weekend yet. So hang on there and be patient. :)


Thanks summer81 & superpinkystar... :) :)

On a lighter note, gd luck to u ppl... hope u ppl get in... Cheers, girls!!!


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