Saturday, April 21, 2012

"High concern"

"huge costs" of setting up flats at the start of the year, such as paying bond money and buying furniture

Students crying "woe is me" when Mummy's money runs out.  Being wound up by useless Student Associations looking to gain traction via weighted surveys.

If only they'd stop burning their furniture at street parties and learn how to budget for the next piss up.  

Welcome to the real world.  One day someone might employ you should you ever leave Nanny State's teat with a usable qualification.

1 comment:

mawm said...

My sprog at Otago is always suffering from financial distress……but it does not stop her partying, buying wine by the case or having a daily barrista coffee. I was lucky if I was be able to find the extra bucks to buy a beer.