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PokemonGo At Lebuh Cannon, Penang

POKEMON GO GO GO!!

I did not know how this Pokemon Go works, never been interested in online games, until recently my friend told me that one has to "chase" the Pokemon here and there and everywhere. One incident happened recently near my house... A car stopped right behind a car which was parked outside my house, a lady got down and took a picture of the parked car.... I did not know till my dog was barking fiercely and all I saw was she took a picture and left immediately before I could holler out to her.  Either she has "bad" intentions or a Pokemon icon has landed right in front of the car boot?  I really do not know....

Back to my post, I was here with the peaceful crowd at Lebuh Cannon, joining in the crowd and waiting for whatever .... but everyone was kind of quiet, busy with their own gadgets.... not noisy or boisterous and the traffic was not heavy as well...
Stopped our car at Lebuh Cannon and could not help joining in the crowd....
And walked around the vicinity to join the happening ... 
Sightseeing in the evening as well.... 
Everyone who stood there was busy looking at their handphones...
Business was brisk too around the area.... 
I think this evening will be more crowded... it is Friday!!
But then many will be in Paragon watching the Olympics Badminton tonight....
Maybe the Pokemon-s and their fans will be there busy watching our Malaysian players as well!!

Comments

  1. joining the bandwagon or not? LOL

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  2. I'm sure you will be glued to the TV tonight watching your idol play. Come on, Lin Dan! Go for gold!!! Muahahahahahaha!!!!

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  3. My son and hubby plays them.

    Actually quite good because they can play Pokémon Go while waiting for me to finish my races without much complaining. LOL

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  4. My guess is the Pokemon landed in the car boot there...

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  5. Those are really Pokemon hardcore fans!!

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  6. So you have experienced Pokemon Go! No Pokemons near my place. You in Penang now?

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  7. Looks like a wonderful evening to stroll around the area. so pretty with all the lights. Perhaps that lady had earlier caught that car in a traffic violation, and she was snapping to show the police.

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  8. That is a mosque right? Very beautiful under the night lights.

    Same like you, I also don't know how this Pokemon Go works.

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  9. We were all glued to the TV these few nights! Enjoy your holidays!!!

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  10. I saw a lady tripped and fell inside the mall here. All because of her phone la.

    I am sure the streets in Penang would be crowded now. I hope no snatch thieves will snatch the phones from unsuspecting people.

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