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When my social life improves. :rolleyes:
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Probably after uni when i get a job
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Soon
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(Original post by SpiggyTopes)
I've seen TSR saying that it has over 1000000 members, but it clearly doesn't have anything like that many users! The obvious implication is that it probably won't be long until we all leave TSR behind, when do you think you will, and why?

I can see myself stopping using it when I go to uni, I only really use it now because it's the summer holidays and there isn't much else to do sometimes.
I'll be the same, once I go to University. I mean i've only used it to check unofficial mark schemes, discuss exams and receive advice about University.

Other than that, I use it here and there to cure the boring parts of summer, but once Uni begins and i'm living with my friends, there shouldn't be many boring times!
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I guess when I get bored of all the trolls or when I stop being a student. Whichever comes first.
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Pffft, like that'll happen..
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Hi =]

I hope you're all well

I actually only discovered this site when I left university. Oh how I wish I'd discovered it in the summer of 2009 and not in the Autumn of 2012 (or whenever I joined).

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Many years from now, after I go to uni and finish it. Maybe not until the the day of my viva.
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(Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
I graduate next year so either then or before that. My posting and online activity has decreased significantly over the past few months. I've been preoccupied more with other things: jobs/university/volunteering. And I can't say I derive the same enjoyment out of discussions or hold much interest in threads. The only draws at the moment are keeping in contact with some TSR users and working on some future developments for the site behind the scenes with the mod team (which I think is the most interesting aspect of volunteering with the site).
b-b-but you're one of my favourite moderators :cry2:
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I think maybe once I've qualified as a teacher...if that ever happens! I enjoy the debate section the most, it's just interesting to see such a wide variety of opinions that I don't get to hear in real life.
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I like to think I can stop at anytime.

The reality is a bit different
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(Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
I graduate next year so either then or before that. My posting and online activity has decreased significantly over the past few months. I've been preoccupied more with other things: jobs/university/volunteering. And I can't say I derive the same enjoyment out of discussions or hold much interest in threads. The only draws at the moment are keeping in contact with some TSR users and working on some future developments for the site behind the scenes with the mod team (which I think is the most interesting aspect of volunteering with the site).
No don't leave us!


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I'll stay until I eventually just get bored and never come back.
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when I get a job I like that's sustainable
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I wonder how many of those headline accounts belong to people who've died, must be quite a few.

If you spent a lot of time shouting the odds about league tables being the be all and end all you'll tend to stop within 1 to 10 weeks of actually going to uni. Dunno if the same people are creating new accounts to distance themselves from their embarrassing earlier rants or if getting into a russell group uni really was the apotheosis they'd hoped for and they no longer need to tell the world how great they are.
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Who knows. I left for a long while then came back to it.

But like a poster above me wrote, I wish I'd discovered this forum earlier, at the end of GCSEs would have been ideal.
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Till I die
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Remember my name 'Kidomo'
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I graduated last year, but I still enjoy using the site for debates and discussions, so I expect I'll be sticking around for a little while longer.
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(Original post by thelion0)
When TSR itself closes down..
Then we will purchase it and it will continue! :sparta:

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Probably when I get a proper job!
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When im not a student.. but even then i might use the other sections (everyday advice etc)


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