BREAKING: Kuda is SHUTTING DOWN
Life as we know it is over
They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but does that extend to (Face)book events? Especially if that event is run by Kuda Cambridge, titled: "Kuda closing down Party"?
That's right. After this Saturday, Life is allegedly closing its doors for the last time. The description on the event reads:
The club appears to hint at finality, and yet the insertion of three pairs of googly eyes offer a glimmer of hope that change, or the "next chapter" is on the horizon.
Whatever it means, we must retain our faith that the Sunday Life we know and (sometimes) love isn't entirely over. Or is at least about to be replaced by something with the same ring to it. VKs on us?
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