Published on October 18th, 2013 | by Flipside0
Thousands of students stuck for plans because XY isn’t on tonight
Thousands of University of Edinburgh students are stuck for Friday night plans after it emerged that XY, Edinburgh University Student’s Association’s Friday EDM club night, hosted in Potterrow every week, is not on tonight.
When asked why, EUSA failed to give a comment. Kirsty Haigh, EUSA Vice-President of Services, was found bathing (fully clothed, before you get any ideas) in her £22,000 a year salary, “I got in all advanced to me in £20 notes so I could do things like this. Hehehehe.”
Adam Thomson, a 3rd year Chemical Engineering student, had this to say “FUCK! FUCK! What am I supposed to do now? The Hive is fucking disgusting. City makes me feel like a paedophile because everyone is underage. Cav is full of Napier Students. George Street is shit, expensive and full of young professionals who work at Ernst and Young and hate their jobs. UGH.”
However, Tony Harmison, a 2nd year Law student and club promoter, sees an opportunity for both himself and Edinburgh students; “Yah, everyone should totes come to the night I’m putting on at Studio 24. So it’s like, EDM, mixed with Blue-grass music. I’m calling it ‘Oh Tiesto, Where art thou?’ – good name right? Catchy? If you don’t get it that’s cool, it just means your education didn’t cost as much as mine. It’s a pretty sick scene, pretty edgy-casual; ‘edge-cas’ the in-crowd are calling it. You can wear a denim jacket and pardy as hard as you want. Entry is £45.5m but if you bring a friend it’s only £45 each.”
Karen Chalmers, a 3rd year Medic, was all like, “Nah it’s cool, I’m off to a flat party anyway,” and we were all like, “No way,” and she was like, “Yez zir,” and were like, “Karen, you so fly.”