Hittin’ On The Malay

It’s open season for woman hunting since the Malaysians arrived. Quite a few guys have been coming out of the woodwork to chat up Malay girls. I’ve seen dudes show up on our line almost every night about half way through swing shift usually, and they try to discover whether or not these girls are single. If they are, it’s all about going on a date. I think most of the women are married already and have a few children. You wouldn’t know it by looking at them though because they all seem so young. I’ve been having a good time watching some guys try to put on the smooth moves in pitiful attempts to impress the ladies. They crash and burn hardcore. Malay girls giggle alot and they aren’t shy about laughing in a man’s face when he’s being corny. It is pretty funny to observe, I have to admit. Nobody has been too successful snaring a female yet but it probably won’t take long before romance blossoms. Hopefully there won’t be a bunch of drama spilling into the production area as a result. I hate that shit.

One of the Malaysian assemblers is attractive. She hangs out with a Chinese girl all the time like they are inseparable best friends joined at the hip. Sometimes I find myself daydreaming about being with her and I wonder what it would be like having a Malaysian wife. I have Autumn and even though I only get to see her two days a week, I will never hit on any of the girls here. Or anywhere else. Autumn is the only woman I want to be with. I just wish we could figure out a way to be together more often. During the week when she is not around I get lonely. The feelings of lonliness have been much worse lately. Not sure why.

I don’t bring up subjects of conversation with the Malay women about relationships or anything like that. Too dangerous for the workplace under any circumstances. I have a policy to never become involved in a relationship with anyone from where I work. No matter what. Bad scene, really. Rarely ever works out in the long run. If you start having personal problems at home with your coworker spouse those problems will inevitably follow you to work. You have nowhere to escape. The spouse ends up spreading gossip about strife at home and before you know it everyone in three or four company divisions are up in your shit. Happens all the time to other people around here.


~ by factorypeasant on January 2, 2006.

2 Responses to “Hittin’ On The Malay”

  1. How appropriate that this would come after the Shitfoot post.

  2. it’s all premeditated. honest.

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