Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Guinness hillwalk Songkhla Hatyai, not necessarily in that order.

First things first: Tomorrow night, Thursday, there's another of our very successful Hash-night-outs happening, which this week will take place at the Irish Pub in Hatyai from about 7:00 p.m. Jim will be coming along and fielding questions about the hill walk of which details are now available (see below) and the final design for the Songkran T-shirt will be presented for criticism/amendment before being handed over to Jim for production. So do try to come along.
Saturday's SH3 details are:
Songkhla Hash House Harriers run #1658, Saturday 16th March 2013, 4:30 p.m.
Hares: Kii Leum, Perky and Mucky Pup
Misdirections: from the Ko Yo intersection take the new Yala road for 3.5k to the run site on the left.
Sunday's HH3 run is down Poonakan way and is courtesy of Tsunami and (nnnnggggg!) Damage.
Official misdirections from Songkhla are:
From the Ko Yo Intersection take the old Hatyai road for 4.7k and turn left for 8k then right (at Wat Keow Kloy into Th. Poonakan) for about 5k, then left for 300 meters to the run site on the left.


  1. Please to help me, a humble student of English language. What meaning has 'nnnngggg' ?

    Thank you,

  2. A question of deep pragmatic significance. It is an interjection, uttered or perhaps experienced since no sound may actually be produced, as an indication that the utterer in the act of recalling the person who is about to be named experience a brief moment of arousal probably reated to some deeply experienced fantasy.
    Why is this blog turning into a linguistics chat room?

  3. Well, we ARE the premier English-language publication between Phuket and Penang (and I'm not even sure about Phuket), so no surprise that the linguistic elite should congregate here.

    And dear Gupta: Google "to utter suddenly and passionately; exclaim" and you will understand Egghead's utterance.