Hundreds of years ago, a special breed of full moon hashers called Hashpires, originally from the Hashylvania kennel, got fed up with having to pay for their beer and developed a groundbreaking method. Hiding in the shadows they preyed on intoxicated muggles, extracting the alcohol flowing through their veins by biting their necks.

Hashpires, known for their long fangs, extravagant fashion sense and pale skin (which is mistakenly thought to be a result of their undead nature, while in fact it’s just a symptom of their constant hangover), often operate in groups, assisted by “familiars’. The familiars are aspiring hashpires usually found  carrying backpacks, beers and fulfilling the hashpires’ every wish in order to one day join their ranks.

Join us this Friday, 20 October, for a fangtastic night of sucking bodily fluids and getting so drunk that we believe ourselves to be immortals.

In an event bigger than the SuperbOwl and GlasTombBury combined, you will be presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity to test your hashpiric skills by competing in a series of vampire games such as Death Stare and the infamous Bloody Jelo Race.

Dress code: vampiric! (If we do not mistake you for one when we see you, you will automatically join the beer cooler-carrying familiars.)


Walking hare: PPP

Running hare: Lost in Sex

What: it’s an A-to-B hash, and is not dog-friendly as well as not kid-friendly

When: Friday, 20 October. Meet at 7:00 pm

Start: 7:30 pm.

Where: 7Eleven (Solana branch) 7-ELEVEn(朝阳公园路东侧店)

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D’rection:  Zaoying Station, exit A, line 14, then walk in Solana, you’ll find it eventually.

Hash cash: 30 RMB

Restaurant: aaaaaas we know vampires don’t eat. Why don’t you have another Bloody Mary at paddy’s instead?

As usual, this is an adult activity in which we behave like children so expect to see nonsense, licentiousness, a modest level of drunkenness and considerable rude behaviour going on. There may be vomiting on this occasion. Don’t be offended; we’re always like that and if you’re here you’re doing it too. For all of those reasons this isn’t a kid-friendly activity so – unless you’re table 1 – best stay home. More regular members of society are of course very welcome and can of course take part, but be polite, don’t be purposefully rude and remember that if you’re running there’s no winner.