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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    Who is he?

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    Tsrs worse troll

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    The desperation is unreal I swear... the whole marriage talk gets on my nerves honestly..it is too much

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    I agree, it's always marriage marriage marriage, ugh. Broken record..
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    (Original post by Aph)
    It was jameel

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    That kid does not leave me alone...I don't even know him...where did he come from?
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    [QUOTE=Biryani007;50914839]That kid does not leave me alone...I don't even know him...where did he come from? [/QIUOTE]
    I don't know, I hate him. but I make sure to keep him in line because he's afraid of me.
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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    The desperation is unreal I swear... the whole marriage talk gets on my nerves honestly..it is too much

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    I kind of see the opposite where people are delaying marriage and doing things like uni first.
    Is it an area thing
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    (Original post by JuliusSeizure)
    Why are Somalis sooo desperate to get married. I swear it has become a trend....

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    I have a feeling this is an indirect to me for making that thread (marrying whilst at uni). Hmm..

    And theres nothing wrong with wanting to get married anyway. Would you rather they fall into haram?
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    Whats everyones view on getting married whilst at uni?

    I'd probs get engaged in my last year and marry after I graduate in'shaAllah. Allah knows
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    I agree, it's always marriage marriage marriage, ugh. Broken record..


    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    I kind of see the opposite where people are delaying marriage and doing things like uni first.
    Is it an area thing
    Yeah I guess that's true too. Allah SWT has simplified marriage for us, but people have complicated it. I think it is due to guys wanting to be financially stable and all that

    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    I have a feeling this is an indirect to me for making that thread (marrying whilst at uni). Hmm..

    And theres nothing wrong with wanting to get married anyway. Would you rather they fall into haram?
    No no Sn it has got absolutely nothing to do with your thread. I haven't even seen it until you mentioned it. The thing is I've personally heard people say that they want to get married just because everyone else is. Rushing into it but obviously not everyone's getting married because of that reason

    And I didn't say there's anything wrong with getting married :confused: by all means get married if you want to

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    Tsrs worse troll

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    What has he done Lol?

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    Ask biriani

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    Do you guys think there would be at least one somali in every top 50 university in England?
    Only asking because Im thinking of applying to unis in places like coventry ( warwick uni), guildford ( uni of surrey) and loughborough.

    Not gonna base my decision on where the somalis at lool....jus curious to know.

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    Do you guys think there would be at least one somali in every top 50 university in England?
    Only asking because Im thinking of applying to unis in places like coventry ( warwick uni), guildford ( uni of surrey) and loughborough.

    Not gonna base my decision on where the somalis at lool....jus curious to know.

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    Most probably. Universities are a very international place and Somalis aren't really a scarce population in relation to other ethnic minorities in the UK.

    What are you planning to study?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Whats everyones view on getting married whilst at uni?

    I'd probs get engaged in my last year and marry after I graduate in'shaAllah. Allah knows
    I'd get married tomorrow, if I could find someone to get married too. The guy next door in my halls is sleeing with some girl and I'm here jealous af.
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    Most probably. Universities are a very international place and Somalis aren't really a scarce population in relation to other ethnic minorities in the UK.

    What are you planning to study?
    Why are you anonymous? lool
    Planning to study civil engineering.

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    (Original post by Abzey_97)
    Why are you anonymous? lool
    Planning to study civil engineering.
    Your attention to detail needs improvement. Why Civil Engineering as oppose to the other engineering difficulties. Have you researched the market and demand for Civil engineering graduates in the UK?
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Your attention to detail needs improvement. Why Civil Engineering as oppose to the other engineering difficulties. Have you researched the market and demand for Civil engineering graduates in the UK?
    Go easy on him brother
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    (Original post by Aph)
    I don't know, I hate him. but I make sure to keep him in line because he's afraid of me.
    What happened with Eva? He's scared of you? How? :lol:
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    (Original post by Anonynous)
    Your attention to detail needs improvement. Why Civil Engineering as oppose to the other engineering difficulties. Have you researched the market and demand for Civil engineering graduates in the UK?
    Lool. Why would you tell me to do something before asking me to do it? Im looking to get a degree and move out of the UK hopefully. And yes I have and it isn't that great compared to other professions.
    I think your patience needs improvement because you're judging and jumping to inclusions too quickly, saying that my attention to detail needs improving. You might be right but you havent even made an EDUCATED guess, making a guess with very little information.
    Im not trying to get any job where the demand is high or its good pay but because I see myself able to do it for my whole life as it interests me and there are always new projects.

    I chose civil engineering because its more rewarding than other engineering professions. It is also a great time for civil engineers as they will be needed more to strengthen and rebuild structures due to the increase in disasters. So companies around the world will be looking for exciting, new people.

    I hope to improve my spanish at uni and inshallah will learn Arabic making myself more employable.


    There is a high demand for civil engineerig graduates in china and the arab countries too. Also spanish countries are trying to fix their economy through construction.

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    Lool. Why would you tell me to do something before asking me to do it? Im looking to get a degree and move out of the UK hopefully. And yes I have and it isn't that great compared to other professions.
    I think your patience needs improvement because you're judging and jumping to inclusions too quickly, saying that my attention to detail needs improving. You might be right but you havent even made an EDUCATED guess, making a guess with very little information.
    Im not trying to get any job where the demand is high or its good pay but because I see myself able to do it for my whole life as it interests me and there are always new projects.

    I chose civil engineering because its more rewarding than other engineering professions. It is also a great time for civil engineers as they will be needed more to strengthen and rebuild structures due to the increase in disasters. So companies around the world will be looking for exciting, new people.

    I hope to improve my spanish at uni and inshallah will learn Arabic making myself more employable.


    There is a high demand for civil engineerig graduates in china and the arab countries too. Also spanish countries are trying to fix their economy through construction.

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    Don't take offence. See it as constructive criticism. Just making sure you know what you're letting yourself in for. Everyone says they're going to move and work abroad, even myself. Reality is, we're probably not.
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    complete towns being destroyed by siad barre

 
 
 
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