Why were not salesman, I don't know
(taste's like a cantaloupe)
Ana bargained for some fruit and actually got the price cut 50%! Buying in the street is the most logical food shopping you can do in Jinju. Unfortunately during the week and after work you just wind up going to the supermarket for things like meat and anything else, but on the weekend you can find busy outdoor markets with butchers, candy stands, bakeries .. . . . .you name it at a cheaper price.
The thing with buying on the street is that you keep the Tupperware the goods come in, so we have all these red plastic bowls stacking up in our pantry.
Our manager resigned today, which leaves us with a lot of questions. First of all, who is going to pay us the rest of our air fare when the time comes? Do we have to explain that to this new manager who isn't even hired yet? Well at least we have our contract to use in any argument or misunderstanding. Or maybe there is no record of us getting paid our first quarter. Which could benefit us if we wanted it to. That's not my style, however, The old Metallica proverb "Fight Fire with Fire" comes to mind.
No manager means no free Friday night dinners though:(