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    (Original post by bananarama2)
    It's the word informal that brings tears to the eyes. I mean, informal could be anything and smart casual is infuriatingly unclear.
    I found this to be a useful chart:



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    (Original post by fluteflute)
    I found this to be a useful chart:



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    Thanks this is really useful!
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    (Original post by fluteflute)
    I found this to be a useful chart:



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    Thanks, that's quite useful!
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Yes, although back then they were far more fun + it was far easier,



    Do it. You joined the FB group yet for King's brah?
    Not sure if I got accepted, there doesn't seem to be much happening...


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    Not sure if I got accepted, there doesn't seem to be much happening...


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    It's fairly quiet to be honest - I guess might pick up a bit in a week or two when we find out our accommodation.
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    It's fairly quiet to be honest - I guess might pick up a bit in a week or two when we find out our accommodation.
    I already know I'm in Spalding cuz piano sooo yay cooking xD


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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    It's fairly quiet to be honest - I guess might pick up a bit in a week or two when we find out our accommodation.
    I found out mine today (Pembroke); we've also got a freshers pack and everything.
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    Magdalene says that for matriculation, women just have to 'dress appropriately'. What the deuce does that mean, anyone?
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    Magdalene says that for matriculation, women just have to 'dress appropriately'. What the deuce does that mean, anyone?
    Remind me in the morning with a quote and I'll dig out the Varsity yearbook, which will have their matriculation photo in it. (Assuming your matriculation photo is taken at the same time as your matriculation, and not before the dinner or something silly like that.)
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    (Original post by lp386)
    Remind me in the morning with a quote and I'll dig out the Varsity yearbook, which will have their matriculation photo in it. (Assuming your matriculation photo is taken at the same time as your matriculation, and not before the dinner or something silly like that.)
    Thanks!
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    I found out mine today (Pembroke); we've also got a freshers pack and everything.
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    (Original post by Oboe1994)
    I already know I'm in Spalding cuz piano sooo yay cooking xD


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    I have a microwave...and a toaster.
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    (Original post by Oboe1994)
    I already know I'm in Spalding cuz piano sooo yay cooking xD


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    Is it true you King's lot get baby grands in your room?
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    (Original post by SpecialKaye)
    Is it true you King's lot get baby grands in your room?
    I sincerely doubt it. But then, they do pay people to look after the allotments over holidays... I'll get back to you.


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    I have a microwave...and a toaster.
    Well, I'm gna be making stir frys and oven chips... xD


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    (Original post by Oboe1994)
    Well, I'm gna be making stir frys and oven chips... xD


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    I can make porridge and toast. Microwave hot chocolate...
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    I can make porridge and toast. Microwave hot chocolate...
    http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipes/microwave-recipes.aspx
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    I can make porridge and toast. Microwave hot chocolate...
    See, thing is, I strongly plan on cooking Sunday Roasts. I'll just have to invite people round


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    (Original post by fluteflute)
    I found this to be a useful chart:



    (You can ignore the last row as being Oxford specific.)
    I love how the boys is literally always the same, with a variation on whether its formal enough to have a blazer/jacket on :P
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    (Original post by hogwartian1993)
    I love how the boys is literally always the same, with a variation on whether its formal enough to have a blazer/jacket on :P
    I'd hate wearing a tie without a jacket or blazer.. and apparently trousers aren't necessary.
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    (Original post by Oboe1994)
    See, thing is, I strongly plan on cooking Sunday Roasts. I'll just have to invite people round


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    Hey hey! Invite plz
 
 
 
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