What: Tornado Alley Hash #1149 - Halloween Pub Crawl
Where: Old Chicago - Old Town
When: Wednesday, Oct. 31st, 6:00pm
Hares: Amanta FF, BP, Phi Phi
Hash Cash: N/A
Hash #1149 - Happy Hash-o-ween
Harriettes: Phi Phi Licker, Amanta Feel'n'F*ck, Boathouse Pussy
Hounds: Deb's Dipstick, Tequila Tony, No Blow Angel, Born On Your Anus
If you thought hashers were a scary bunch before, you would have had your suspicions confirmed at this gathering. We had a cowgirl, a dominatrix, a living school girl, a dead zombie school girl, a large walking Pabst can, and a really scary Mexican peasant with a penchant for attacking legs. We gathered at Old Chicago in Old Town, drank several tasty beverages, ate pizza, and then the three harriettes laid trail to the next watering hole. We were met with a whichy-way right off the bat, which really confused the hounds. After much searching, the valiant hounds finally found trail. Trail led us to the Pumphouse across the street. I might add that the shiggy level was off the chart at this point. Beverages were consumed, and the intrepid trio of harriettes then led the pack on a circuitous route to Mort's, for more delectable beverages. BOYAnus finally decided to grace us with his presence, sans costume, by the way. For some reason he thought that his kids needed to go trick-or-treating before he quenched his thirst.
Trail then led us to the Brickyard, which we had to ourselves, thus allowing some of us to make total fools of ourselves with some jerky imitations of "dancing". Our final stop was at the backside portion of Emerson Biggins, (Hash Trash hates to admit that she does not know the name of a bar). Sitting in the patio section, we serenaded our fellow beer worshipers with a heart-rending rendition of the Days of the Week ballad, led by our Pabst beer can. We had folks weeping with the pathos of the lyrics. Either that, or it was because they were doomed to share the patio space with us.
All in all, it was an epic trail, which I'm sure will go down in the annals of Hash history, as an example of "Shitty Trails".