The trouble with a Hash the morning after the night before is that it is the morning after the night before.
So may I suggest that you make yourself a cup of tea (colour of a digestive biscuit), sit down, relax and check out the Festive TV Schedule:
They Did not Return – starring Shagpile and G-String. A very old film with very old actors. Plot spoiler – they didn't return as they couldn't be arsed to start.
The Last Boy Scout – Blow Felt, ably supported by Double Entry set out with a map and flour to mark the way. Unbeknown to them, the Hares failed to follow the planned route. DE would never have let this happen on one of her trails. Blow Felt reconsiders his choice of Co-hare for New Year's Day.
Forest Gump – Captain Fantastic (not intelligent, but seems to always be there) plays homage to the great man. This hash was like a box of chocolates and these were handed out to those who journeyed with him on this trail.
Great Road Journeys of our Time – This week our presenters, Underlay and Bell End II discuss great journeys along the A600. Special guest appearance this week from Private Parts.
Blues Brother – The sad story of the one remaining brother, known as Knobber. Includes the often quoted line: "It's 4 miles to Stotfold, I have a glass full of beer, half a mind, it's indoors and I'm wearing sunglasses... HIT HIM!"
Time Team – The search for the lost footpath continues with Rapid and Capt F. It was there a couple of years ago, but now the team endeavour to find the trail and avoid the long loop for their next trail.
The Lady Vanishes – Submissive disappears. Along with 5-Baah. Enough said.
The Queens Speech – Our ruler Pongo reflects on the new paths taken and the loss of traditional skills, such as map reading in this Hashus Horribilus.
Being There – You had to be. Just to see Forking award himself a down down.
Next week sees the premier of Knobber Does Letchworth, but in the meantime you can see a repeat of Hash 1344 via the Red Button below.
Co Hare and Award winning author of Wurdz