Red. Where were you? We name a run after you and you don’t even turn up. Fortunately 30 other people did. I worry about a couple of them though as they didn’t dress in red but willingly ran with us. Weirdos! Hey, Butterbitch, you looked hot. Don’t do it again. Barge you were hot too but that was just because of the long heavy dress you wore, and Porno I thought you could have at least worn a Borat style outfit. Faucet WOW! Other people. Good effort, especially one of the newbie’s who came straight from the airport. And pyjama boy, I can see your dilemma. Your jammies are blue.
The Run. Amazing. Poor old
We had the down downs around the pool. AT the RA in fine form. Lots of people lots of charges. Only one virgin. A few returnees. I think it was Blondie back with 9 runs in 3 years. What an effort! It’s BAS you do quarterly not HASH you dickhead. Which reminds me I haven’t done mine yet. You self employed people know what I mean and the rest of you just think I’m a wanker. Actually we have a song about that.
The role of enforcer didn’t count for much on Monday night as I think everyone ended up in the pool anyway. Actually it’s not a pool it’s a Public Aquatic Facility and I have a licence to operate it which I may now loose as I neglected to tell you all that there was not a life guard on duty. SSSHHHH don’t tell anyone.
Food. Meat, cheese, tortillas, sour cream, onion, carrot, zucchini, tomato, lettuce, capsicum, cucumber and chilli. That’s 8 veg or is chilli a herb and I think tomatoes are a fruit and cumbers have multiple uses. Too complicated. Please feel free to add a comment and add to the blog if I have neglected to mention something.
And one last thing on a more serious note. We donated the money from the night ($180) to the Klye Andrews Foundation. For those that don't know, Kyle Andrews was a young Broome boy who died of cancer in 1998 and a foundation was set up to bring him and his friends from his Perth hospital ward up to a camp in Broome. Since then they have continued to bring up a group of kids every year from Perth who have cancer. They get a lot of local support and have now built a house in Roebuck Estate which is free for familes who have a child undergoing cancer treatment or who may have just lost a child to cancer and need a break.