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Which unis have the fittest girls/guys? watch

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    LSE/University of London
    45
    13.24%
    Cambridge
    16
    4.71%
    Oxford
    27
    7.94%
    Newcastle/Northumbria
    19
    5.59%
    Durham
    12
    3.53%
    Edinburgh/Other Scottish Uni
    18
    5.29%
    Warwick
    16
    4.71%
    Loughborough/Other Sporty Uni
    27
    7.94%
    Bristol
    21
    6.18%
    York
    14
    4.12%
    Cardiff/Other Welsh Uni
    16
    4.71%
    Queen's Uni Belfast/Other Irish Uni
    6
    1.76%
    Former Polytechnic Uni
    16
    4.71%
    Leeds
    21
    6.18%
    Imperial/Other Predominantly Science Uni
    21
    6.18%
    None of the Above/This thread is shallow
    112
    32.94%

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    (Original post by azn-wonder91)
    someone explain how i can start a new thread pleeeease

    i'm a new member tee hee :keyboard:


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    It was directed at azn-wonder91 who was asking about creating new threads.
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    There is now a poll with this thread.
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    (Original post by dealbreaker)
    How on earth can anyone study at the LSE library - sooo full of distractions.
    Served its purpose for me but I preferred UCL and Senate House.
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    I'm not entering into any debates, who cares if this thread is shallow?
    It's interesting to know.
    ... So I can make friends in all the fittest places. [/joke].
    I went to Edinburgh and it was like walking into an Abercrombie advert, wow.
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    In my experience...

    The more 'respectable/prestigious' a uni is, the more uglies there are that go there.
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    (Original post by scaryhair)
    :rofl: Are you serious?
    I'm deadly serious and I've outlined a possible approach that the govt could take to assess the level of fitness in unis.
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    (Original post by Afro Samurai)
    In my experience...

    The more 'respectable/prestigious' a uni is, the more uglies there are that go there.
    I would think so, although oxford is at the top...
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    (Original post by dealbreaker)
    I'm deadly serious and I've outlined a possible approach that the govt could take to assess the level of fitness in unis.
    Seriously give me your paypal or something, you deserve money for these ideas.
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    Liverpool.

    I like Scouse girls...
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    Well Loughborough is a sports uni so I'm guessing the students there will be pretty fit.
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    (Original post by dealbreaker)
    I'm deadly serious and I've outlined a possible approach that the govt could take to assess the level of fitness in unis.
    why wait for the government to do it? take matters into your own hands!!!
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    apparently york do
    i hope not aha ;dry;
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    I've also been to Durham - not bad at all!
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    (Original post by dealbreaker)
    I've also been to Durham - not bad at all!
    Will the percentage of fit girls be the main criteria to base the decision of which university you're going to apply to?

    'This thread is shallow' is winning at the moment lol you shouldn't have included that.
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    (Original post by the wolf at the door)
    wahey my friend goes there - and it is relatively near me. What subject do you take?
    national diploma in animal management =)
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    lol oxford was pretty good to be fair, but im still leaning towards newcastle, wor lasses are bonny like
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    (Original post by imtired)
    Will the percentage of fit girls be the main criteria to base the decision of which university you're going to apply to?

    'This thread is shallow' is winning at the moment lol you shouldn't have included that.
    I would suppose so. However, there needs also to be some way of measuring "activity" among the fit population. You see, there's no point going to a uni where there is a proportionately large number of fit girls when those girls have no appetite for going out much, partying, etc. Where this the case, the "pulling" metric would be insignificant, i.e. the chances of pulling are slim.
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    Could people please ignore the "This thread is shallow option" because it's skewing the poll results. I need a definitive answer on the uni with the fittest girls to argue the case with my mates on which uni's end-of-year bash to go to? Many thanks.
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    (Original post by imtired)
    Will the percentage of fit girls be the main criteria to base the decision of which university you're going to apply to?

    'This thread is shallow' is winning at the moment lol you shouldn't have included that.
    its not as grim as it looks. more people are voting for fit unis as opposed to saying its shallow
 
 
 
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