There were so many pink bits that Flasher hardly knew which way to turn. Most showed their support with pink shorts or shirts. But it was Dyke, of course, breathtaking in a little pink dress who stole the show. He probably caused a few vehicles to swerve as heads turned to stare at the pink pack following trail down onto Josephine Street. The runners disappeared far into the pink sunset while the walkers found the HHH at the bottom of Amy Street and slogged up the hill to home.
After a grand spread, Shove-It ran a tidy circle. The hub was redeemed from Foghorn's clutches and foisted on to Dint, who can wear it without a bra. The raffle was themed with great subtlety - you'll never guess!! Pink!!!! Winners were falling over each other to avoid the fabulous prizes on offer.
A great night out and a well supported fundraising effort for Breast Cancer research. Top stuff.
Next week's run is from Maggie and Handjob's place, 1 Crosby Street Turners Beach.
On! On! Dini