Current Hash Shit:
Always Comes First and Too Limp Clover since 3-30-13 for an extravagant circle jerk.
Average Attendence in 2013: 33.19
Average Trail Length in 2013: 4.6 mi
Average Beer Consumption
-In 2013: 4.1818 (beers/hasher)
H5 Fri. Dec. 6 Highlander & Clermont Lounge
SLUT #155 - Dec 5th Tastes Great, Wet Dreams & Dain Bramage
Pup badly needs a home
Pinelake #1370 Silverbacks
Glass dining room table for sale
missing green hash chair from AH4 1700
Hash Business Cards Template
Columbus Red Dress Run
TRAFFIC ALERT FOR SATURDAY
Re: SoCo # 955 Gayco and Red Ball - A Thanksgiving Special
~Icing on the Cock
The Atlanta Hash House Harriers and Harriettes (AH4)You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is 'never try'.
The Atlanta Hash House Harriers is a Social Running Club that emphasizes fun (beer) more than competition. Our goal is pretty simple - get a little exercise, drink some beer, give each other a hard time, and bitch about stuff with four-letter words. At one of our fine hashes, which generally meet each Saturday at 1:30PM, you can expect to find a somewhat challenging cross-country trail, which will be marked in biodegradable flour - you know, the stuff Grandma uses to make cookies. You follow this fine trail through all sorts of slop, muck and prickly-briar-filled bushes for four to five miles until you get to the end. Why, you might ask, would anyone do this? Simple Answer - BEER. The Complicated Answer - More beer! (We like beer, the people who make beer, and the people who like to drink beer.) Yep - heaps of beer. All waiting for you... Sounds good, doesn't it? Ready to go hashing?
Founded in 1982, the Atlanta Hash was the first hash to hit the great state of Georgia, and we've given birth to many other chapters near and far. We don't take ANY responsibility for these ne'er-do-wells, but if you can't hash with us for some stooopid reason, we suggest giving them a look-see, they are all listed on the Atlanta Area Hashes grid. Just don't expect any of them to be as cool as us.