As Rent Soars on Crete, Daedalus Considers Moving Labryinth to Basement of Sidney Smith
Complaining of high rent and an uncooperative landlord, the esteemed and fabled craftsman Daedalus has confirmed he could move his mind-numblingly complex labyrinth to the basement of Sidney Smith by the end of the year. The maze-like configuration of the basement drew the designer to Sidney Smith, he admitted.
If Daedalus is unable to negotiate a "fair price" with Sidney Smith representatives, he suggested that the second floor of University College could "feasibly, be another opportunity." Commending the lack of signs, ubiquity of trap-doors and minotaur-looking undergraduates skulking around, the brash designer was visibly excited as he spoke.