Securing a job during this pandemic era is tough, especially when many have been laid off or are forced to accept pay cuts. For fresh grads, it’s even harder to secure a permanent job with little experience in the related field.
So, it’s not a surprise that some people would take a creative route in order to distinguish themselves from others. For this one social media intern working at Mydin, he decided to personally tweet his big boss.
harini 29, lusa dah 31 😭 pic.twitter.com/zIFxfXw7fV
— OURDIN (@MydinMalaysia) December 29, 2021
The Twitter admin for Mydin Malaysia (@MydinMalaysia) has been entertaining netizens of Twitterjaya for quite some time now with various memes and witty remarks on current issues. And last week, a netizen replied to one of their tweets, “I (am) entertained. Please keep on entertaining us, admin.”
Unfortunately, the admin broke the news that their internship was ending on 31st December. To the dismay of many followers, they were saddened; “I’ll unfollow starting next month,” stated one netizen. As usual, the admin jokingly tagged the owner of the local retail chain, Datuk Ameer Ali Mydin, requesting for a permanent position at the company. And to their surprise, he replied with a simple “ok” a day after their internship period ended, 1st January 2022.
The permanent position approval by the owner of Mydin himself has got netizens cheering. It’s hardly any surprise since the Twitter account of Mydin has skyrocketed from just 6000 followers to 27k since the intern came in to manage the socials. The person’s memes have been exceptionally entertaining.
If there are 2 things that people gravitate towards, it’s probably humour and memes. Here are some of the tweets and memes from the admin that made us ROFL-ed:
Nampaknya myvi cuba mengejar pic.twitter.com/spYWYLehYM
— OURDIN (@MydinMalaysia) December 23, 2021
cara mohon kerja pic.twitter.com/OgcDIJYtRF
— OURDIN (@MydinMalaysia) January 2, 2022
Mydin's publicity level off the roof now!Malaysian love you lah @MydinMalaysia !! and we still hate you Hanafi
— Syed Ahmad Ziman 🇵🇸 (@SyedZiman) December 23, 2021
Guess we’re all applying jobs by sending memes straight to the CEO now.