(Eastern Athens)

Run 1519 (Sunday 25th February 2007)

Hare: Fiery Tw*t
(is that Twit?)

Photos & captions: Polli

Total photos & images: 29
Total filesize: 1,130 Kilobytes
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Budwanker calls the circle


The Hare Fiery Tw*t


The pack heads off for Fiery Tw*t's floury & flowery trail


Asphodelus Albus

(Like Rim Job having a bad hair day)


Fortunately no hashers were lost down this hole


Barlia Robertiana

(Hash phallic symbol?)


Hasher discuss who's checking where


(Flowering weeds?)


Stress cow points out the foot holds for Pink Jenny


Hermodactylus tuberosus (widow iris)



The Bookmaker leads the pack back from another falsie


(Ma & Pa weed)


Let the circle begin


The Hare Fiery T at savours her DIO


Birthday boys Fair Cop and Black Mamba


FRB Stress cow wastes a DIO to wash sticky fingers


Stress cow and Cock's Tale share a DIO


Black Mamba celebrates his 60th birthday with Lidls best champagne


Cordon bleu chef Fiery Tw*t's master class


Add cocoa powder


Mix the ingredients thoroughly


Light the candle


Singing 'Happy Birthday


Et voila!


Chocolate locks


The bookmaker joins virgin hasher Sharon for a DIO


Budwanker finally receives his 75 run badge after going AWOL on last week's hash


150 runs. Get a life Oxy


This'le be the end

(Don't sit on this one!)




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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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