Thursday, 9 August 2007

Hobart (H4) - 40 years of hashing in Tasmania

Australia’s 1st and oldest Hash Club (current combined r#n rate in excess of 25,000) invites you & your Hash club to celebrate 40 years of Hashing in Tasmania.

The inaugural H4 Hash r#n was held at Ridgeway on 2nd October 1967 and in memory of that fateful day all Tasmanian Hashers and friends are invited to join H4 on Tuesday 2nd October 2007 at the Ridgeway cross roads (H4 sacred site).

H4 will be digging up the original Hares of 1967, Fred ‘Gods Father’ Whittaker & Graham ‘Barrell’ Farrell to celebrate all that is Hash in Tasmania with a re-r#n of the original Hash trail followed by copious amounts of Cascade and their re-cremation on the BBQ.

Note: An unfortunate fact of Hashing in Tasmania is:
You can choose who you Hash with, but unfortunately for most of Tasmanian Hash clubs, H4 is the father of your club – buggery in some cases. Don’t be ashamed of your ancestry, cum along and claim some of your inheritance – although they have pissed most of it up against the wall.

The r#n starts at 6:00pm sharp

Stay tuned – more info to cum


Dini said...

Please Gispert tell me it's not true... I was under the impression (and Boss-Wanker did leave quite a large one) that Burnie was spawned directly from a blue-blooded British club.

Grizzly said...

Fear not, 'tis not true - while our founder did hash with H4, it was Westcombe Park in the UK where he learned his trade and from which many of Burnie's practices (eg Hashit) spawned.

To be fair, the spiel does say "most Tasmanian Clubs", although, by lineage, there are / were three clubs in the state for which this is not true (Burnie, Devonport and Spring Bay).