BAH3 Trail# 1735 Just Roger and Any Cock’ll Do Me

January 3, 2021 @ 3:00 pm

What: BAH3# 1735: Just Roger’s Hashiversary Trail!

When: Sunday 1/3/21, any time after 1pm Who: Just Roger, Any Cock’ll Do Me Where: Start/Finish @ Clarksville Elementary parking lot (12041 Clarksville Pike (Route 108))

It has been a year since that fateful day Fast and Bi-Curious introduced the virgin Just Roger to the BAH3 hash on a trail laid by Any Cock. Come out to see Just Roger’s piss-poor attempt to set a trail reminiscent of that one. Will the trail be as good as the one on 1/5/20? Of course not! But will there be a plethora of shot and beer checks? Again, No! (COVID and all). So, then, why come out at all? Let me tell you why. Because this will be, without a doubt, the best trail of 2021 so far, that’s why! (If you do Hangover Helper on Friday or CCH3 on Saturday, then this statement may not apply to you.) If that doesn’t have you in the car getting ready to head up to the parking lot right now, then here are some other reasons:

– Co-Hare Any Cock!! The wanker (and our esteemed RA) who was the lead hare for Just Roger’s virgin trail will be helping with his First Hashiversary trail. – There will be alcoholic drinks and individually packaged orange food provided at finish! (Let’s face it. This is the only reason most of us show up to these things). – Just Roger loves punctuation marks! (and apparently parentheses too). Bonus reason: There’s a rumor that it is Lickthiologist’s birthday and that she may be showing up bringing goodies and to get her birthday lashings. Of course, we could be making some/most of that up and we have no idea whether she’ll actually be there. Super-secret bonus reason: If we told you what that was, then it wouldn’t be a secret.

Other key notes:

– Bring a dry bag ‘just in case’ you need it.

– If you bring canines, leash will be required most of the time. And they’ll probably smell after.

– Contact info for when you get lost on the shittily-marked trail: Just Roger: 240-381-9502

**These are still COVID times. Keep your distance, wear a mask, and stay home if you’re sick.**