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    (Original post by blueray)
    overrated? what are you studying?
    Yeahhhh, like it's too hyped up. Everyone makes out it's amazing, but in reality it's just like another day at school/college, and if anything, my social life was better when I was in college .......I had alot more time on my hands back then.

    I'm studying Criminology. You any idea what you would like to study? (should you decide to).
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    are you off work/school/uni/college

    how has the snow affected where you live
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    Ive had 1cm of snow today, thats it
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    NO snow for me
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    The snow with me has been falling heavily on and off since Friday night, now it's almost up the the roof of the cars in my street and I can't get my own car out the drive.
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    (Original post by Accalia)
    No, just lots of frost. We had less than five minutes of snow earlier on, but none of it stuck.

    I want snow.
    Me too let's pray for snow in Manchester! :p:
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    Let's see... boilers broken at college, no heaters, minus temperatures... oh we still had to go in! So basically the snow has affected me by making my toes nearly drop off. (and my college should be punished!)
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    i think even if a meter of snow fell, uni still wouldn't get cancelled
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    nope
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    (Original post by moonymeen)
    Let's see... boilers broken at college, no heaters, minus temperatures... oh we still had to go in! So basically the snow has affected me by making my toes nearly drop off. (and my college should be punished!)
    More fool you for going in :awesome:
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    i think even if a meter of snow fell, uni still wouldn't get cancelled
    (Original post by moonymeen)
    Let's see... boilers broken at college, no heaters, minus temperatures... oh we still had to go in! So basically the snow has affected me by making my toes nearly drop off. (and my college should be punished!)
    If it snowed nearer to January then schools are likely to close. They remain open because they have a lot of content to teach before the January exams.
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    I've had a lot of snow, so my school is shut both today and tomorrow.
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    No. I only hope it snows if we get snow days. I remember last year there was some snow and we still had to go in. Bad times.
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    Had very little snow, mostly thick ice. So its just meant delayed trains, testing of my balance and rapping up warm for uni for me. For now anyway
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    There was a little bit of snow a few days ago, it still hasn't melted, the highest temperature we've had is 2. I want it to snow so badly, I need to catch up on my college work.
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    No snow for me here, if it was bad enough it would just be school would be closed. If it snows tomorrow i would be affected positively as i have not done a big assignment yet and its not gonna happen as its meant to be handed in tomorrow but Barca VS Madrid is on lol :cool:
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    Absolutely no snow in Bristol. Just really really cold :/
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    pfft what snow? x If there was snow I would be ecstatic! x
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    Had about 4-5 inches but it hasn't really affected me, still had 6th form unfortunately. Although I don't think the snow will do me any favours on thursday when I've got my driving test, unless it clears up sharpish
 
 
 
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