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Is it true that lifetimes friends are usually those whom people attend uni with?

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    Not necessarily always but usually?

    Only cus you die at 21 from alcohol poisoning

    I hope so!

    Not in the slightest bit true in my case. Subtract 15 years, more like.

    Really depends on whether you work to keep your relationships going.

    For most people, yes. Everyone has freedom and goes out drinking/hooking up so they make long-term friends pretty easily. But I have made very few friends at uni - the ones I have, I probably won't see for very long when I leave. All my closest and most supportive friends are people I knew from school and college, where nobody was under pressure to drink and everybody was a lot more open-minded.
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