Attitude Problems

Yes, I admit it - I have attitude problems at work specifically inside the kitchen. The attitude problem you are calling is called PROFESSIONALISM. I know, it sucks, you're young, and you don't know what it means.

Yes, you are just being a friend to me, that you are concerned about what others might feel when they see me in the kitchen during my "bad mood" swings. What do they care anyway? I am doing my freaking job, either in a good mood or a bad mood. I get things done while you don't - busy contemplating on how I am feeling. That is not how you do work. If you will always be this sensitive, especially in the fiery atmosphere of a big scale kitchen, I am telling you now that you will not survive in the kitchen.

By the way, on the "attitude problem" issue. C'mon, who hasn't got one? I mean, look harder in the mirror and analyze yourself if you do not have attitude problems. I don't want to open a can of worms to an onion-skinned person like you.

God, I can't wait to go back to Manila.