Ladies and Gentlemen of the Guangzhou Hash,
November-the-First hashes have always seen their fair shares of Helloweeners. There are always certain individuals who will barely make it back home after a drunk night out, then pass out on their kitchen floor and in the morning – surprise, surprise – lack the motivation to slip into some proper running gear before they hit the beer buckets at the Mango Bar, while others, though having managed to get out of their costumes and into their beds, often look scarier than they did the evening before. That’s business as usual or, better, hashing as usual.
But is that really true? Is there such a thing as a usual hash at all? Isn’t every hash a unique affair? After all, the crowds we get always change, the trails are always new to quite a lot of hashers, the wittiness of the down downs is varying dramatically and the beer always tastes different albeit always a bit funny.* This week’s run for example is unique because it is probably going to be a repetition of the trail the same hares set a fortnight ago, and that we really never had before. But maybe I am wrong and the hares come up with a new improved virgin trail – which would make it – and that proves my point – a unique hash, too.
When: Saturday, November 1, 2014 @ 1 PM
Where: Gold Mango Bar
Hares: Gorf & Dew Lay Lama
What: Breath-taking trail on Maofengshan
*The hashvertisement though as the main source of reliable information and probably the only provider of high-level education on the Guangzhou Hash remains the only constant in our world of permanent uniqueness.