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JOINT HASH WITH WESSEX, SUNRAY, OSMINGTON

28 September 2014

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The Hash Theme was “The Madness of King George” so why was Bumblebee dressed in American regalia? BOF worked out it was because the American War of Independence was fought during King George The Third’s reign. No wonder BOF is widely considered so boring.

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Mr Beaky calls for volunteers to fill up the chamber pot.

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Yes, Circus Boy has a full bladder and will fill it. Meanwhile BOF was droning on in the background about King George’s madness being due to a bacterial infection called Porphyria which turns uring blue. We all strained forward to see what colour Circus Boy’s urine was going to be.

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Circus Boy spots Shirtlifter and targets him for a pot full of pee.

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Shirtlifter is overwhelmed and collapses in the bushes torn and battered.

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Upsidaisy old boy.

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“Anything injured?”

“Only my pride”

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Circus is punished with drinking from a hospital urine bottle.

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Kipper explains what a ‘regroup’ is for the benefit of Wessex Hashers

BOF’s upcoming 75th birthday is celebrated.

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BOF is so ancient that he can’t even find his mouth when drinking.

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ABO captures the essentials of King George III - his madness!

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...and here is another madman!

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The Two Bookends!

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The target is the White Horse in the distance.

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Spot the Hashers scrambling down the giant hill figure.

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Sliding down the White Horse on bums - it is very steep!

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“Blimey - we have run a long way!”

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Daintily does it!

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Two Wessex hashers who are even older than BOF!

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Drain indicates that Mr Beaky is a Dickhead? Surely not!

Paul Turner’s pictures are included with his kind permission