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More obstacles for next year’s Pink Dot will see participants high jump over barricades

Posted on 02 July 2017

This will really test the resolve of supporters.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are open-minded and not myopic idiots, are starting to train for next year’s Pink Dot.

This after this Pink Dot 2017 failed to dissuade a full-house attendance despite putting up barricades to make entry into the Hong Lim Park venue more difficult.

This has led to calls from people who cannot see past their noses to make the barricades more difficult to clear to test the true fervent support of participants for Pink Dot 2018.

One Singaporean, Jin Kan Kor, said: “Since these barricades were unsuccessful in preventing the Pink Dot supporters from showing up, more measures must be put in place.”

“One added measure the state can come up with is to require the participants to run and high jump over the barricades that are about two metres high.”

“This will really test the supporters’ resolve.”

Other close-minded locals said barricades with different difficulties can be put in place.

Another local, Hor Yee See, said: “To make it more effective, a moat must be dug around the perimeter of Hong Lim Park.”

“Attendees must make their way across the hurdle, or else, risk falling into the moat.”

“The moat will be filled with crocodiles and piranhas.”



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