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An Cu Liath Christmas Bash run

Worcester, MA, December 21, 2009

Join us every week for a nice run, good food and fun people!

This is really what went down
This is really what went down

An C Liath Irish Pub

AKA "The Grey Hound"
11 Kelley Square
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610


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No real results to speak of this week. We had about 25 people or so and we all ran together for the most part. Along for the run was our very own Santa Clause aka Jim Dupont of Raynham. First stop on the run was KJ Barrons Liquor Emporium in Washington Sq. Whiskey shots were set up for all runners who wished to imbibe. Most did, some more than once. From there we stormed St Vincent's Hospital looping around the atrium, down the stairs, across the lobby and out the back door.


On to green St where the group seemed to migrate in different directions. Santa and a couple of elves hit each and every watering hole to looks of amazement, shouts of cheer, and sights of drunken men stumbling into taxis. Such joyous holiday pleasantries were exchanged such as f**kin' ay, it's Santa.  Our final stop was Jose Murphy's on Water St were one little boy was lucky enough to coral Santa, who was very busy whispering "sweet nothings" into the ears of unsuspecting female patrons. Said little boy was overheard wishing for a puppy and I think Ole Santee may be on the hook for this one. Considering the 'hood we run through may I be first to suggest something along the lines of a pit-bull?


After the run the usual pig-out got underway and lasted 'till certain people started doing certain untoward things with Christmas cookies and we all laffed and laffed and laffed. All pictures have been destroyed!


Merry Christmas folks. And to all the children that are sure to be reading this get to bed early, sleep tight and don't let the bed bugs (ewwww) bite!


PS, secret inside message...I think it's AN COO Leah  Something along the lines of "Uncle Leo"  I could be wrong so just call it the Grey Hound!  Happy 31'st!