TS has a lot of sympathy for businesses that run into financial trouble. After all we used to spend hours wondering around the Gadget Shop looking at amusing, hi-tech novelty items. Now we have nothing to do of an early evening, except go to the pub (again).
But, while you can see some failures coming a mile off, others are much more of a shock to the system.
One of the bars at Aston University has been forced to close because the students aren’t drinking enough alcohol. Again, for the hard of reading, the students aren’t drinking enough alcohol.
Apparently student debt has something to do with it, but the tax dodgers are also increasingly health conscious. So much so that the bar may reopen selling fruit and noodles. What on Earth is the world coming too?
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