HASH TRASH Vol 11, #306, 27 February 2000
A big welcome to visiting Hashers, Bruce (Toby Tortoise) Woolman and Elin
(Bugs Bunny) Schilling based in Armenia and members of the Yerevan Hash whose
motto is 'We Fear no Bear'. Lots of other first timers - Bryan (Sexy
Shorts) Russell; another Hyundai recruit, D Y Kim; Klaus Scherf from Corona
Clothing; Heinz & Monika Maak from Germany and Jurgen & Elisabeth
Porksen also from Germany. Hope to see most of you at the next one!
Great to see so many came back! Petal got a Pisspot Down Down, mostly
down her back. Fish and Chips from the Casino go their's as well with
Chips taking hers over the head as per usual. Four Hyundai
recruits were back for more (will we vote on Stand-in Edit Hare's preferred
Hash name for them - Audi Quattro?).
Sad farewell to lots of great Hashers Adi (Cookhouse) - many
thanks for all the cooking that you have done for us in the past.
The Corona Ice Maidens, Alexandra and Dagmar and Detlev - how can you leave
us? Whenever we needed volunteers for setting a Hash, cooking the food
or bringing the ice, these three were there! Thank you all very much,
you will be sadly missed!
Smelly Blue and Children's Awards - missing
Religious Advisor/Sex Councillor
Jimmy the famous, certainly gets around. He was setting up a chip shop
in Paris and chatting up the Pope today.
Our thanks to Jennifer and helpers for the great food.
#307, 12 March, 1000 hrs
Hares: The Supreme Beings
Directions: Anyone who has trouble with these
directions, please moan at Brigitte 'Party Animal' Murray, who did them whilst
she was half asleep and who doesn't think straight at the best of times.
Hash will be in the Bay next to the Paradise Cove Hotel where
we have Hashed before. Follow the highway from Port Louis. Go into
Grand Bay! When you get to the T-Junction at Grand Bay Store (stop
lights) turn right, so you have the sea on your left and the shops on your
right. Drive all the way through Pereybere, Cap Malheureux, until you
get to Paradise Cove Hotel, which will be the last Hotel as you exit Cap
Malheureux. It is on the left, on the coast (where the water is).
Bay will be in front of you! Look for Hash signs! What more can we
say? On. On.
#308, 26 March - Leslie and Anand
#309, 09 April - Volunteers please
12 March - Peter and Karin Bukowski
26 March - Marie Claude and Alexandra
09 April - Volunteers
Karin and Peter Bukowski have some things for sale - please phone them on
1 baby travel bed (collapsible) with extra (light) duvet RS
1 floor lamp (iron stand) RS 3.500
1 table lamb (clay encarved stand) RS 2.500
4 comfortable garden chairs, back adjustable, (with cushions)
+ fitting table, white, own-import,
1 Indonesian wood (wall bas relief) carving, rice godess,
partly gold plated, 2m high, RS 2.800
2 single kayaks, good condition RS 4.000
1 HIFI amplifier PIONEER, col. black, hardly used, 415W
2 HECO loudspeaker, 3-way, 110w/140w, black, wood, made in
Germany, RS 2.400
approx. 100 pieces coffee-/tea-/dinner set, strawberry
design, made in Germany RS 5.000
2 wooden benches, solid wood, unpainted , RS 800 (used in
front of writing desk)
1 TV-stand, RS 600
various plants, well groomed, mostly in chin pots,
(entrance) RS 2.400 o.n.o.
various plants, well groomed, mostly in chin.
pots, (terrace) RS 2.100 o.n.o.
Good home needed for loveable guard dog
called Max - would suit a family with older children.
This is one low maintenance 6 year old, medium size pooch who will guard you
and your's. Please phone Cindy or Dennis Gibson, 6970521.
(Corny) Hash Humour
My uncle was in the fertilized egg business
when I was young. He had several hundred young layers, called pullets,
and 8 or 10 roosters whose job was to fertilize the eggs. My uncle
kept records and any rooster or pullet that didn't perform well went into
the pot and was replaced. Now this took an awful lot of
time. So when my uncle saw a set of eight tiny bells that each rang a
different tone he promptly bought them.
He glued a piece of foam rubber to each clapper shaft so the bell wouldn't
ring except when violently shaken. He hung a bell on each rooster's neck and
went and mixed a Mint Julep. Now he could sit on the porch and sip while
filling out an efficiency report on the roosters by listening to the
different tones of the
bells and marking down each encounter.
My uncle's favorite rooster was old Brewster. A very fine specimen he was
and his bell did not ring all morning. Uncle went to investigate. Several
roosters were chasing pullets, bells a-ringing. Brewster had
his bell in his beak so it couldn't ring. He'd sneak up on a pullet, do his
job and walk on to the next one.
Uncle was so proud of Brewster he entered him in the county fair. Brewster
was an overnight sensation. They not only awarded him the No Bell prize but
also the Pullet Surprise.
Bob Latimer (6963815) & Kevin Murray
Yves "BoogieWoogie" Robert
Religious Adv/Sex Councillor: Leslie
Barbecue Bearer: David
Ice Maiden: Dagmar
David ‘Shortie’ Colbert
Drinks for Wimps and Kids: Julie
Web Meister: Alan