Renegade | noun | ren·e·gade \ˈre-ni-ˌgād\
An individual who rejects conventional behavior
The Renegade Hash House Harriers, established 2014 in Columbus, Ohio, is a drinking club with a running problem.
WHO WE ARE
The Renegade Hash House Harriers are the bad boys and girls of COWTOWN together to have one HELL of a good time! We are so bad, just down right naughty. If you have been invited to this group, or found us via the internet, consider yourself one of the cool kids in town.
We meet every other Saturday to have a
beer trail, and one Friday night per month as well. On the off weeks we sometimes meet for a Flight, which is a social gathering at a local brewery. Of course, being hashers, all of this could be rendered bullshit at the last minute, so check this very website for updates. Also, travelers can call a trail or drinking practice at any time by using the contact form that is somewhere on this site.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF HASHING
Hashing originated in December 1938 in the Federated Malay States (now Malaysia), when a group of British colonial officers and expatriates began meeting on Monday evenings to run, in a fashion patterned after the traditional British paper chase or “hare and hounds”, to rid themselves of the excesses of the previous weekend. The original members included, Albert Stephen (A.S.) Ignatius “G” Gispert, Cecil Lee, Frederick “Horse” Thomson, Ronald “Torch” Bennett and John Woodrow. A. S. Gispert suggested the name “Hash House Harriers” after the Selangor Club Annex, where several of the original hashers happened to live, known as the “Hash House” where they also dined. After the end of World War II in an attempt to organize the city of Kuala Lumpur, they were informed by the Registrar of Societies that as a “group,” they would require a constitution (seen below). Apart from the excitement of chasing the hare and finding the trail, harriers reaching the end of the trail would partake of beer, ginger beer and cigarettes.
To promote physical fitness among our members
To get rid of weekend hangovers
To acquire a good thirst and satisfy it in beer
To persuade the older members that they are not as old as they feel
Membership is available to all 21+ consenting adults who are interested in having a great drama free hash experience!
Virgin hashers shall not pay any hash cash, all others in attendance shall pay the predetermined hash cash – normally $7. $5 goes to the hare to pay for
expenses beer, $2 goes to the hash. Hash monies are used to fund things like haberdashery and events…if we ever collect enough.
We use the term loosely, because we are all really here just to
run have a good time. But since we need someone to blame when shit goes wrong, here’s a list of contacts for your reading pleasure. They will forever be in these positions because they volunteered once you are signed up for that shit it’s yours for life.
1. No wasting piss
2. There is no rule #2
3. Safety third!
4. Mandatory shiggy and beer on trail (quantities to vary as necessary)
5. No fighting at Hash. This rule is absolute and the entire culture of Hash relies on strict adherence to this rule. If a fellow Hasher causes you immense displeasure by stealing your car or impregnating your daughter (wives are exempt) then belt the shit out of him at some other place than Hash and on some other day than hashing day, which is a day of reverence and tranquility. If a Hasher is unable to control their behavior, they will be excluded from further hash activities and events.
6. Other common hash rules may be enacted upon.
7. Try to say “head” as many times as possible without being caught by Serialbater.
8. Fuck you, you fucking fucks.
Level 1: In-town trail over streets, sidewalks, stairs, city parks, etc.
Level 2: Urban, with some off-road, but no significant mud or water.
Level 3: Some ready-made paths but also some trailblazing through wooded areas and maybe some splashing through shallow water or mud.
Level 4: Mostly wooded trailblazing and/or swamp or water crossings that could be as high as an average guy’s waist. Swamp can range from murky black water to shoe-sucking, knee-high mud. Could include crawling through dense or thorny underbrush and obstacles such as fences, walls, mud, muck and possible hazards such as oyster shells and trash.
Level 5: Anything goes. Could include dense underbrush, briars/thorns, obstacles, shoe-sucking thigh-high mud, and water possibly above one’s head. In Level-5 shiggy, you should have a trail buddy with you at all times.
*This list was compiled lazily by cutting and pasting from multiple other hash kennels websites, and is almost 100% plagiarized