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    (Original post by hello101010)
    Still a higher than average risk of getting stabbed though
    I'm sure the same could be said for a couple of the other cities

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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    It actually is

    Yeah I totally agree

    There's absolutely nothing wrong with Liverpool though, it's improved massively over the years and I love going there

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    Liverpool as a city is a lot nicer than Nottingham, Leeds and Manchester. Don't get me started on London
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    (Original post by benpringle)
    You're missing the whole point of the thread - it's supposed to be stereotypes! And plus, I haven't heard many "working class locals" any time I've been there.
    I haven't head any posh people!

    I know the point of the thread. I think a better stereotype would involve alcohol and partying!
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    Newcastle seems to be a "clunge magnet", whatever that is...
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    I haven't head any posh people!

    I know the point of the thread. I think a better stereotype would involve alcohol and partying!
    You haven't heard any posh people at Newcastle? This thread isn't about Newcastle but it's definitely a posh uni! As I said, my mate goes there so I've been through a few times and I went on an open day and, from that little time spent there, I've gathered that people who go there are on the whole rather posh and from the South. It's known as a university which is favored by the big public schools, especially Harrow, and private schools alike. It's in the top 10 for numbers of people going there from private schools. It isn't just me who thinks that, my mate has the same opinion (and he's even a posh Southerner himself!). It's definitely a lot more posh and English than my university - LSE.
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    (Original post by janicee)
    Haha, and yay! Aw that's annoying. I'm just wondering, but do you think 300 UCAS points is low? I'm guessing you did amazingly well, but I'm actually quite happy with my predicted grades ^-^
    What uni did you go to?
    Not low, it's just average for uni I think. I wouldn't say "amazingly" well haha but I got to LSE
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    Seems apparently every University has something bad to say about you :eek:
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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    I'm sure the same could be said for a couple of the other cities

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    Can I just say you seem like a lovely person - you belong at Sheffield or Bath with the nicey nice types!
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    Do Chester.
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    (Original post by KindofGood)
    Do Chester.
    Chester - Male: female; 35%: 65%. Sounds good to me. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by benpringle)
    Can I just say you seem like a lovely person - you belong at Sheffield or Bath with the nicey nice types!
    Aw thank you

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    What about Warwick?


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    (Original post by 786:))
    What about Warwick?


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    Already did Warwick - smart kids who like concrete.
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    What's wrong with Liverpool?

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    imperial college in london?
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    (Original post by Ijeomaoffor)
    imperial college in london?
    No, the Imperial College in Manchester Of course Imperial College in London, hence the name Imperial College London.
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    (Original post by TheAnusFiles)
    Liverpool as a city is a lot nicer than Nottingham, Leeds and Manchester. Don't get me started on London
    Don't talk nonsense.
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    (Original post by Mathsz0r)
    Don't talk nonsense.
    What exactly was nonsense?
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    I think it's important for one's college to portray one's high class.
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    (Original post by TheAnusFiles)
    What exactly was nonsense?
    What makes Liverpool exceed Leeds, Nottingham and Manchester then? Not sure how you can say that when it's very much a personal opinion (that isn't shared by a majority).
 
 
 
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