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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Johor Bahru Hash House Harriers Run 2199

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RUN NO: 2199
DATE: 1st Dec 2010
HARES : PINK PANTHER 012- 7792355/KHOR BEE HONG 016-7093018
WHERE: TAMAN DESA TEBRAU
HOW: Take J.B. – Kota Tinggi Road. After Taman Johor Jaya, take the exit on your left into Taman Desa Tebrau.Look for HHH signs.

RUN NO: 2199 HARES: PINK PANTHER N KHOR BEE HONG
Run-site : Taman Desa Tebrau is one of three or four oft-selected venue for J.B. hash due
to its proximity to what I don't really know. There are myriads of run-sites dotted
everywhere for one to choose. Kong Kong is one. Therehasn't been a run there for a long
while. Yes its quite far and isolated I agree. But it would put a smug on Bulldog's face. No?
Pre-run : Hare Pink Panther has an ardent admirer in the form of sexy Dolly Parton No 1
who generously sponsored ang ku kway. A good number of members stole amorous glances
towards her and her larger than life boobs. The crowd size was nothing to crow
about.Slightly smaller than usual due to the school holidays. The missing ones are on
cruises and vacations.
The run : A few minutes after the flag-off it started to drizzle. You know the die-hards
would not be deterred, noteven by a downpour, what more a few drops of water. The slow
walkers and the short cutters made a u-turn and just made a few rounds at the park.
Someone overheard that it would be a short trail. But it was not to be. A number of runners
returned at around 7-30pm. Lesson learnt. Never never believe hashmen's talk. Its sort of a
second nature to them.
Circle : I am not going to write anything about the circle. Its the same stuff each week.
You have read it all the time. Hash whip or asst whip catches Tham Sook for icing. Later on
Tham Sook catches the whip in return. Next gm catches Handsome Lau. Handsome then
catches ex gm who then catches ex ex gm. It's cliche and mundane. Why couldn't they catch
those who seldom sit on ice so that they have a chance to drink the half plastic cup of free
beer? That would be variety I must say.
On on. : At Shin Jee Restaurant Taman Johor Jaya. Imust congratulate the hares for a good
selection of dishes. As always the hard drinkers created the most din and always the last to
leave. The social drinkers like me would prefer to take leave early. That is hashing lah. To
each his own. No imposing of will on anyone. Well thanks to Pink Panther and Khor Bee
Hong for an enjoyable evening. On On !
KCB and partner

Monday, November 22, 2010

Johor Bahru Hash House Harriers Run 2198




RUN NO: 2198
WHEN: 24th Nov 10
HARES: INDOMEE 012-7100004 (DEEPAVALI RUN)
Members : RM30.00
Guests : RM50.00
WHERE: TAMAN PELANGI INDAH
HOW: Take Kota Tinggi Road, Taman Gaya turn left into Taman Pelangi Indah.Go all the way straight & look for HHH signs.


JBHHH RUN No. 2198 (24-11-2010)
THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS WITH A FOOD-GALORE!
The run-site was conveniently located at PELANGI INDAH to suit the OC INDOMEE who is the Penghulu of the Taman; this annual DEEPAVALI RUN was hosted by our 5 Hindu brothers (one Bayee included) and partly subsidised by our club and our levies. The initial slight drizzle drove many who had registered earlier to turn up late and the resultant effect was that the run started with a less-than-encouraging crowd, very unlike our usual horde of about hundred! After sheltering under the large marquee, the rain subsided for us to embark on our Deepavali stroll. Co-OC KANASAI gave us a briefing in Tamil which only Tongkat Ali understood! And off we went towards the pipeline.
The entire run was on very well-trodden and familiar terrain and MOH MUN THAI complained that the supposed three-check affair was reduced to two when our kiasu porcine Singaporean-guest BABI HUTAN stumbled onto the paper on the pipeline and truncated the trail substantially! The latter even had the audacity to brag that the run was no better that their Singapore Thirsdae pondan-trails! The start was through the derelict housing estate of JP PERDANA and then the paper took an abrupt turn over the stream, into the ubiquitous palms. The rest of the trail was a mundane wandering towards the quarry-end of the posterior of Puteri Park and rounding back over the craggy hinterland of the houses. The first finisher KAPILAN came back well within the hour; 80 % of the pack typically didn’t see any checks at all! Welcome to JBHHH!
The GM called the circle with the usual pendulous swinging ritual followed by the icing of our Hindu asses and followed by a brief announcement by the Inter-Sec and then followed by a promo from the GP GM about their upcoming celebration cum D n D. Mild pyrotechnics were lighted to illuminate the one-ring circus. However the substantial part of the Bollywood program was hijacked by Flintstone and his cohorts to delve into the goings-on at the Singapore Thirsdae D n D which proved to be too boring for the non-attendees to stomach! Perhaps next time such episodes should be given a quota at the circle! Not everyone was there! It is rather presumptuous that the trivial infractions of a few should interest the majority! Sanity was finally restored when Moh Mun Thai did a bit of prosecutions on the day’s offences; LSB and his G/F sat the longest as many of the former’s so-called comrades piled on his agony by amplifying and exaggerating his sins!
Due to the On-On being on-site, the Circle was prolonged until way past 9.20 before we broke up for the food-carnival! Indeed our Indian brethren did an excellent job! They compensated for the short run with a plenitude of victuals that can satiate an army! There were Fried Chicken and Porridge a’la Bochialan (GP) and dainty cakes a’la Kongkek followed by a vast array of Indian delicacies that included Roti Jala, Mamak mee-goreng, nasi kari, fried fish, mutton, veggies and endless sticks of satays! What a party it was! And to top it all a quality blue tee was given to commemorate the festival! Good show-lah bro! TO MAHARAJAH, INDOMEE, KANASAI, PAIMA, TODI-SAMY AND DISCO, NANDRI & SUKRIA!
A VERY SATISFIED AND GRATEFUL CHINAMAN

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Johor Bahru Hash House Harriers Run 2197

RUN NO: 2197
DATE: 17th Nov 2010
HARES : CHILLI PADI 019-7361600 & DAVID SEE019-7457158
WHERE: TAMAN DESA TEBRAU
HOW: Take J.B. – Kota Tinggi Road. After Taman Johor Jaya, take the exit on your left into Taman Desa Tebrau.Look for HHH signs. RUNSITE: TAMAN DESA TEBRAU

JBHHH RUN No. 2198 (24-11-2010)
THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS WITH A FOOD-GALORE!
The run-site was conveniently located at PELANGI INDAH to suit the OC INDOMEE who is the Penghulu of the Taman; this annual DEEPAVALI RUN was hosted by our 5 Hindu brothers (one Bayee included) and partly subsidised by our club and our levies. The initial slight drizzle drove many who had registered earlier to turn up late and the resultant effect was that the run started with a less-than-encouraging crowd, very unlike our usual horde of about hundred! After sheltering under the large marquee, the rain subsided for us to embark on our Deepavali stroll. Co-OC KANASAI gave us a briefing in Tamil which only Tongkat Ali understood! And off we went towards the pipeline.
The entire run was on very well-trodden and familiar terrain and MOH MUN THAI complained that the supposed three-check affair was reduced to two when our kiasu porcine Singaporean-guest BABI HUTAN stumbled onto the paper on the pipeline and truncated the trail substantially! The latter even had the audacity to brag that the run was no better that their Singapore Thirsdae pondan-trails! The start was through the derelict housing estate of JP PERDANA and then the paper took an abrupt turn over the stream, into the ubiquitous palms. The rest of the trail was a mundane wandering towards the quarry-end of the posterior of Puteri Park and rounding back over the craggy hinterland of the houses. The first finisher KAPILAN came back well within the hour; 80 % of the pack typically didn’t see any checks at all! Welcome to JBHHH!
The GM called the circle with the usual pendulous swinging ritual followed by the icing of our Hindu asses and followed by a brief announcement by the Inter-Sec and then followed by a promo from the GP GM about their upcoming celebration cum D n D. Mild pyrotechnics were lighted to illuminate the one-ring circus. However the substantial part of the Bollywood program was hijacked by Flintstone and his cohorts to delve into the goings-on at the Singapore Thirsdae D n D which proved to be too boring for the non-attendees to stomach! Perhaps next time such episodes should be given a quota at the circle! Not everyone was there! It is rather presumptuous that the trivial infractions of a few should interest the majority! Sanity was finally restored when Moh Mun Thai did a bit of prosecutions on the day’s offences; LSB and his G/F sat the longest as many of the former’s so-called comrades piled on his agony by amplifying and exaggerating his sins!
Due to the On-On being on-site, the Circle was prolonged until way past 9.20 before we broke up for the food-carnival! Indeed our Indian brethren did an excellent job! They compensated for the short run with a plenitude of victuals that can satiate an army! There were Fried Chicken and Porridge a’la Bochialan (GP) and dainty cakes a’la Kongkek followed by a vast array of Indian delicacies that included Roti Jala, Mamak mee-goreng, nasi kari, fried fish, mutton, veggies and endless sticks of satays! What a party it was! And to top it all a quality blue tee was given to commemorate the festival! Good show-lah bro! TO MAHARAJAH, INDOMEE, KANASAI, PAIMA, TODI-SAMY AND DISCO, NANDRI & SUKRIA!
A VERY SATISFIED AND GRATEFUL CHINAMAN

Singapore Thirsdae Hash House Harriers



'Mini Skirt Party'




Thirsdae Hash House Harriers will be hosting thier first Dinner and Dance party on 20 November 2010, Saturday, at Hotel Re!. Hotel Re! (Web: http://www.hotelre.com.sg/) is a modern retro-themed boutique hotel located along Chin Swee Road, the old Pearl's Hill Primary School. We will sit down for dinner at 7.30pm, at the new ballroom Re! Joice 2. The theme for the night: Mini Skirt Party ~ The Shorter TheBetter!


You'll enjoy live entertainment by our very own fellow hashers, dancing and breathtaking legs, amidst a delicious 8-course Chinese set dinner specially put together by the hotel's Master Chef William Ang.


For guests from Malaysia we have a special rate of RM$200.00 nett perperson.This rate is for early bird bookings on or before 30 September 2010.Thereafter, the rate shall be S$120.00 net for guests. There will be free flowof beer, wine, soft drinks and tea. Please make your reservations early as wecan host a maximum of 100 people. All sales are on a first come first servedbasis.


After the partying, you may wish to spend the night at one of the many stylishly designed guestrooms at the Hotel Re!. The hotel has offered us a specially discounted rate for rooms at S$140++ per room, usual $350.00++. However, as the rooms are limited, all reservations must be made before the end of September 2010 to enjoy the discount.


For room reservations, please contact the Treasurer, Colin Chan (aka Opener).hp: +65 9733 5917. For seat reservations, please contact the Organising Chairman, Jill Chiang (akaWait Awhile). hp: +65 9876 5885 .For all JBH members,please register with flinstone hp : 012-7878780.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Kojak Hash House Harriers



JB Kojak Hash Joint run with Bike hash.
12~11~2010 Friday
Runsite @ Pelangi Indah.
Runstart : 6pm
Damage : RM 20.
Contact : Mo Man Tai 012-7103306
Email : wesv@titangroup.com

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Johor Bahru Hash House Harriers Run 2196

Juicy


Tham Sook


RUN NO: 2196
WHEN: 10th Nov 2010
HARES: JUICY KAN 016-7731900/THAM SOOK 019-7936509
WHERE: TAMAN PELANGI INDAH
HOW: Take Kota Tinggi Road, after Taman Gaya turn left into Taman Pelangi Indah.Go all the way straight & look for HHH signs.

Johor Bahru Hash Chapters

JB HHH - Wednesday – Mixed ; 6.00pm (Founded : January 1967) by A. Lammers.Beer : CARLSBERG GUEST FEE: RM10-00 Contacts: Ice Cream Tel : 019-7711556.



TANJUNG PETRI HHH – Monday – Men ; 6.00pm (Founded : 9-11-1979)Beer : TIGER GUEST FEE: RM20-00 Contacts: Jaya Botak Tel : 019-7705007.



GUNUNG PULAI HHH – Tuesday – Men ; 6.00pm (Founded : 8-12-1998) by Koh Teng Chu.Beer : CARLSBERG GUEST FEE: RM20-00 Contacts: OKC GM Tel : 016-7120355.



JB HASH HOUSE HAZARDS – Thursday – Men; 6.00pm (Founded : 11-4-1996) by Simon Chan.Beer : TIGER GUEST FEE: RM20-00 Contacts: Lim Seng Bok Tel : 019-778 5577



KULAI HHH – Friday – Mixed ; 6.00pm (Founded : 2-3-1978) by Lam Chon Fa.Beer : CARLSBERG GUEST FEE: RM10-00 Contact: Ikan Bilis +6019 778 9925.



KOJAK HASH - Run every 2nd Friday of the month Mixed :5.30pm (Founded : 14th Aug 2009)By Moh Man Tai . RM 20.Contact : Moh Man Tai Tel : 012-7103306



JCSC HHH - Run every last Friday of the month – Mixed ; 6.00pm (Founded : 28-12-2007) .Beer : Tiger. GUEST FEE: RM20-00 Contacts: Bernard Tel : 016-7233330.



JB BICYCLE HASH - Friday -Mixed .5.30pm.Founded GM Lee Fook Heng ,Contact : Mongol Yap Tel : +6016 723 1331.



JB CITY HASH – Saturday – Mixed ; 5.30pm (Founded : 1-1-1994)by K.Y. Teh.Beer : CARLSBERG GUEST FEE: RM15-00 Contacts:Disco Singh Tel : 012-700 2868



KOTA TINGGI HHH – Sunday - Mixed ; 5.30pm (Founded on 31-12-1990) by James Ooi.Beer : CARLSBERG GUEST FEE: RM10-00 Contacts: KCB Tel : 019-770 4676.



SKUDAI HHH - Sunday- Mixed : 5:45pm. Guest Free : RM 10 .Contact : Double V 013-7754382.

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