After seeing a traffic cone on top of a statue recently, TS started to reminisce about our wild student days. Ah, the hilarious japes we used to get up to, despite a chronic lack of cash. So when we heard about a ‘new student finance software’ we were intrigued.
TS thinks the new software, which promises to help ‘struggling students’ calculate their finances and concentrate on their ‘social lives’, is long overdue, as there are endless financial dilemmas facing learners.
For instance, we always battled to calculate the optimum booze-food spending ratios. Then there is the question of whether it is cheaper to sleep until midday and save money on breakfast, or skip lunch in favour of an afternoon siesta instead.
TS has no doubt the new software will be a bestseller. Party on.
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