TCASP EP:145 – Part Time Flatmate V2 and the Cat Sling

Summary:
This week’s episode is brought to you by Canadian Club, it’s been a tough week for Chris so drinks are involved in this episode.

We get an update on how the 48hr film weekend went for Chris, and Chris explains how his cat sling has been working. Is this another failed item from China Chris and bought? Have a listen and find out.

Are you after a way of making money? How about buying a bunch of single person sleeping pods and then trying to rent them out as single rooms? We discuss this business idea.

We have a new part time flatmate moving in, this time around its version 2, and it’s going to be one of Chris’s new workmates, how long is he staying for? No one knows, what’s he like? No one knows I’m sure there will be some sort of follow up in a future episode.

Is Chris the only person around that doesn’t have a Swiss Tech Utili Key on his key ring? While he waits for his to turn up from China, Sam used his one to break into his ex’s house, for no weird reasons at all.

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TCASP EP:134 – Sweet Chili Sauce

Summary:

Chris is feeling flat this week, after his trip away he must now face reality and work hard, it might be getting him down.

A TedX Ruakura Salon is coming up in Hamilton, find out what that is about.

Trademe is launching by now pay later, find out how much you can by and what the repayments are going to be, is this a good idea for NZ?

Chris got some bone conduction earphones, Sam isn’t so sure they are the real deal, but they do fit comfortably.

There is now 7 litres of sweet chilli sauce at home now, find out how that happened, and Sam had a tweet about Hamilton retweeted this week, find out what the surprising tweet was.

We are now on the lookout for a new flatmate as our one wants a change and is moving out very soon, she’s also offloaded her old cat off to Chris, which it’s hard to tell if he is happy about or pissed.

Links:
Uber sparks cabbie war in Hamilton | Stuff.co.nz
Trade Me launches buy now, pay later technology | Stuff.co.nz