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    (Original post by No Man)
    I find the best lecturers are those that expand on the stuff that is said in powerpoints.
    As it should be It's only when they speak too fast for you to put the extra stuff down that it's a problem, and then only put the slides up online (and not their notes)...
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    There's the whole complaining about how skint you are then next minute planning your next night out...
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    Cos they want a day off too? :P
    true, but when you only got a hour free to revise for a test (material was in my room) and clean your room to leave and finish packing you don't give a **** about them
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    There's the whole complaining about how skint you are then next minute planning your next night out...
    People like this really really piss me off. My brother can't even afford food but he is planning his holiday to Ibiza. :rolleyes:
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    When you only see your family if you need something!
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    (Original post by LettersFromTheSky)
    There's the whole complaining about how skint you are then next minute planning your next night out...
    Lol, yesterday in the shop I spent a good 5 minutes figuring the way to get the most energy for least money for lunch. At the till I asked for 20 quid cashback....which has now mysteriously vanished.
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    (Original post by AlexInWonderland)
    Lol, yesterday in the shop I spent a good 5 minutes figuring the way to get the most energy for least money for lunch. At the till I asked for 20 quid cashback....which has now mysteriously vanished.
    Haha, I pretty much do the same , it really gets on some peoples nerves though!
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    When spending four days in your parents house is a proper full blown holiday.
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    When you get back to your halls of residence after a week away to find that you ran out of plastic cups before you left, so you wash out an ASDA Smart Price pineapple chunks tin to mix your Nesquik in - the joys of recycling
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    When a quick drink in the union bar turns into an evening followed by a night.
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    When you spend a lot of time saving every little bit you can... and then reward yourself by spending in a weekend more than you saved in a month, all the while justifying it in your head thinking "I'm allowed to have a weekend for myself every now and then."
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    When you spend all day convincing yourself that you'll get some work done later because you do your best work at night, and then night comes and you're like '':afraid:'' because you genuinely can't remember what you were even meant to be doing.

    I have 3/4 of a page of notes about Cronbach’s alpha and I genuinely don't remember what that actually is or how it's relevant to the rest of my work :hmmmm:

    Also, this:
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    when theres only 15 in your class and you're the only one carrying a laptop and books around.
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    The relevancy of any article for an essay is determined on how short it is!

    I'm doing this for my dissertation at the moment. Such a good student I am...
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    When you start drinking the water you cooked your pasta in, according to my friend
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    (Original post by Soph.Jade)
    when you find yourself at a houseparty drinking out of various mugs and cereal bowls
    I've used a tea pot for wine before.
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    (Original post by Mero8)
    When you start drinking the water you cooked your pasta in, according to my friend
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    That's nasty...
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    (Original post by ArcaneAnna)
    I've used a tea pot for wine before.
    like a sir
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    (Original post by ArcaneAnna)
    I've used a tea pot for wine before.
    Why??? Surely drinking it straight from the bottle is less messy than that..
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    back to uni on saturday, and you haven't even picked up a pen this easter...

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