This weekend feels unreal, Nobody knows what’s going on, but everyone knows that mostly what we want isn’t going on. Boo, shame

So, we invite you all to ignore the bad news and focus on what’s good, and what can be done!

There’s just a lot going on, or not going on, now so let’s cum together to enjoy the bright and cheerful early winter weather in the northern capital; what else would you actually be doing this weekend, eh?

That’s right; this Saturday afternoon we can take the air, exercise our bodies, and go home feeling satisfied.

There will be activities together, and there will be different levels of integration in the spirit of all-together-now-ness; some will do running and some will do walking, and some will do both. A few will do neither; idle w*nkers. All are welcome. Dress for the weather; birthday suits are, as always, optional but that would be brave….

Your hares (will) have arranged more-than-usual levels of incompetent tomfoolery running through Beijing’s finest and most convenient (to them) suburbs; this time we’ll start at a central-ish location so convenient for many.

Who?;your hare team and principal perpetrators of this unusual event;

  • Walking hares will be advised…
  • Running hare team; an unknown quantity. Ooo…  uncertainty all about us
  • Beer bitch; no, this still isn’t the boxer

What?;it’s an A-to-B hash, and is dog-friendly but not kid-friendly

Where?;near to one of our customary picnic spots during the past summer, scene of too many inexplicable photos

  • It’s near Chaoyang park subway station, line 14, so should be easy to reach
  • It’s near the SE corner of the park, in a straight line from the subway station
  • It’s central, so convenient for some but apologies for those who live farther away
  • There will be marks from CYP ditie

 

 

 

When?; Saturday 26 Movember 2022, gather at 1:30pm and the pack’s away by 2:00pm, or thereabouts. It’s not like we’re organised

Hash cash:

Run, circle, etc; 30rmb alone

Restaurant;there isn’t one. On Paddy’s, maybe….

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. And partial nudity. Don’t be offended; it’s jocular, 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 please be polite, be tolerant, don’t be purposefully rude and remember that if you’re running there’s no winner. Oh, and you’ll need to bring a green jiankangbao with a sufficiently-recent hesuan or we’ll be all huffy. And a mask.