More hash list madness. Some hashers are trying to drum up interest in an upcoming event to be held in Virginia in July, but the event itself does not involve hashing, just drinking and drinking games.
What is the hash list for, if not for debating the great issues of hashing?
Yet another sad day [...]
From: (name withheld) Subject: immature hashers To: Flying Booger Date: Monday, June 21, 2010, 6:53 AM
I am wondering, have you ever blogged about adult hashers throwing food/napkins, etc. at an on-afters? There is a bunch of hashers in our kennel that end up throwing stuff at every on-after . . . and I HATE [...]
(left to right): Bimbo by Day, Pick'n'Flick, Appendage, Yoda, Hash Jive, Zorro (not shown: Flying Booger)
A small summertime pack met at 9:00 AM on 6th Street, just south of the University of Arizona, to listen to Redheaded Woodpecker’s hare lies: he promised us a 30-mile trail with hills, shiggy, and at least one [...]
The Pima Independent Sunday Social Hash doesn’t get many hare volunteers during the hot summer months (I don’t think we hashed at all the past two summers), so when Zorro offered to hare our June hash a few days ago, I said let’s do it! Unfortunately, only four of us turned out for Zorro’s trail, [...]
It’s been a while since I even hashed with the jHavelinas, let alone laid trail for them. But a few months ago Blocox, who was in the early planning stages for an upcoming red dress run, asked if I’d help hare, and seeing as the event was still three months away, I said sure. I’ll [...]
This is the second time this year I’ve heard of hashers being outed by bedwetters concerned members of the public. The first incident happened in San Diego. Now it’s moving up the coast. With the popularity of vigilante forums such as Scared Monkeys.com, whose members fanned anti-hashing flames in the wake of the San Diego [...]
This edition of Flying Booger’s Goodie Bag is chock full of worms. Or maybe just one big worm. An icky icky worm. I now have shocking proof that our founders, in creating the Hash House Harriers, were not merely looking for a way to get rid of weekend hangovers. They were secretly conducting “the ultimate [...]