Puppy.com.my is the organizer of this whole event.

Okay so the event starts at 10am so we have to gather at the scout den at 9am. Was planning to move to Chin Woo hill where the event was held by 9.30am but many were late. And we chose to wait.

And at 9.45am, we have less than 10 men as opposed to the expected 23. Despite that, we moved on anyway, hoping that the rest will turn up later. Probably they were stuck in some jam caused by the KL Marathon and a Bomba event at our dear neighbour school.

*Walks up the hill*

*Lots of cars*

*Meets the organizer*

*He gasped at our puny turnout*

Anyway, work starts. Me and Fuat Wai were assigned to be the frontmen. Fronting lots of cars at the bottom of the hill………..The others went into the stadium to help the competitions.

Okay so we were given the task to firewall the incoming traffic because the parking lots are all filled up. We had to direct every car that bore the intention to run us down, to some other parking lots. Sounds easy.

Man I tell you, some drivers are so “assertive”. So we let them through la. Anyway our firewall got breached a few times because some cars managed to zip past us by roaring their engine onto the lane with opposing traffic. Totally disregarding us. Respect man. *Salutes*

Some of them even funnier. Told them there’s no more space to park their car, so he nods and drives into our school. Next thing you know, he comes back, this time faster! And there you go, he’s behind you. Totally pwn3d us man……..We must be lousier than Windows XP’s Firewall…


After this, we went into the air-conditioned stadium to check out the athlete dogs. Most of them look adorable, and miraculously they don’t seem to shit in the stadium like they do on the tar roads! Too cold probably?

After all that competition, cleanup time~ Packed stuffs for them, they gave us some goodies. And we were heading home already.

Overall, nice experience.

  • Got to deal with various drivers with all kinds of personalities and looks. Yup. Some were a pretty sight.
  • Saw many dogs and got to know what kind of things that their owners make them wear!
  • Lastly, it doesn’t smell like a pet shop!!! Thank God!

AND. I think those who managed the traffic have improved on their assertiveness too, no idea what was the magnitude of improvement though. Good experience for them anyway, first-hand experience of the real world that awaits us upon graduation from our studies.

Lastly. Pictures. None unfortunately =(( See how dependent we are on our dear Zhi Hao? Good luck in Malacca =D