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Run #1322 - Friday 26 May 2017
  • Destination: Nordnes
  • Hares: Hara Kari and Guinea Pig
  • In the pack: Foggy Glasses, Abominator, Flasher, Dr Butt, Comes Every Time, Deep Throat, Camp Toilet, Bubbles, Muff Diver, Bottle Dodger, Lost Genie, Flip-Flop, More For Less, Bambi, Teacher's Pet, Check Me Out, Coming With Turtles, Wet Finger, Rescue Patrol, Ayatollah, Sweaty Balls, Wet Dream, Generator, Tweeny, Vertigo, Foxy, Madam Sin, Groupie, Soaked Arse, Nutz, Bruce Almighty, Hot Pretender, Both Ends, Salmonella, Ritas Retard, Revolta, Long Boobs, High Fly, Takes 3 2 Make Me Cum, McCavity, Lovit, Coitus Interruptus, Bodsa, Beetroot, Vigorous Screwball, Smallpox, Mobile Dick, Jerk Off and Hairy Bell knob
  • Pooch: Just Bajaz
  • Your scribe: Foggy Glasses

Run #1322 was the Killer Hill pub-crawl and first run of the 2017 Killer Hill weekend. The most eager Hashers were on station at 'Huset Pub' in good time for the 7 p.m. start. After a few beers, the hares had everyone gather on the street in front of the pub for a short chalk-talk followed by ON-ON and the Killer Hill weekend had started!

A meandering trail led the pack over the main City Centre square and ON-ON to the narrow alleyways and streets on Nordnes before ending up at a pub at 'Verftet'. The sun was shining and everything was perfect for a relaxing beer whilst enjoying the view.

After an all too short stop, the hares had the pack moving off again in the direction of the City Centre. A sing-stop kept the pack (and locals) entertained before the second drink-stop was found at 'Nøstebodene', a restored old wooden harbour warehouse.

After a short while, ON-OUT was called and the pack headed back in the direction of the starting point for a last drink-stop at 'Huset Pub'. The bus departed on time and back at the Killer Hill venue, the hare opened the circle. After the normal punishments were handed out, the pack relaxed with some nosh washed down with beer and gin-and-tonics.
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