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    (Original post by LosingDogs)
    Anyone wanna recommend a good comedy film to a brudda? Feel like a cheap laugh tonight.
    In Bruges
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    In Bruges

    Good choice actually :lol:
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    In Bruges
    Actually saw that quite a few years back, and it creeped me the **** out. That and pain and gain should not be considered comedies.

    Colin Farrell though


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    Ended up watching Knocked Up and it's made me see This is 40 in a completely different light, didn't know they were linked

    "Marriage is like an unfunny tense version of Everybody Loves Raymond, but it doesn't last 22 minutes"

    :laugh:


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    I've sussed it out. You go to the University of York don't you? Am I right or am I right? :cool:
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    I've sussed it out. You go to the University of York don't you? Am I right or am I right? :cool:
    Now what makes you think that?
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    Now what makes you think that?
    Fellow Russell group university student here. I'm currently applying for graduate jobs (like yourself). Reckon it's slightly easier for me as I'm coming off the back of a placement year, so used to Assessment days, online tests etc.


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    (Original post by LosingDogs)
    Fellow Russell group university student here. I'm currently applying for graduate jobs (like yourself). Reckon it's slightly easier for me as I'm coming off the back of a placement year, so used to Assessment days, online tests etc.
    Good luck with your studies and applications. Have you just started your final year? It's hard to know what to do, I think I'm going to apply for grad schemes and MAs. I just did the E&Y online tests this morning. I'm saving some of the other schemes until I get a bit more practise at the tests, but I'm conscious of closing dates. But equally, I'm dreaming of a Masters at UCL. What will be will be I guess. Hows i going for you?
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    Good luck with your studies and applications. Have you just started your final year? It's hard to know what to do, I think I'm going to apply for grad schemes and MAs. I just did the E&Y online tests this morning. I'm saving some of the other schemes until I get a bit more practise at the tests, but I'm conscious of closing dates. But equally, I'm dreaming of a Masters at UCL. What will be will be I guess. Hows i going for you?
    Yeah I'm final year. Sound, got your options open I suppose. Agreed on the closing dates, big 4 especially open very early and it becomes more difficult the longer you leave it.

    It's going decent for me, I'm an accounting student. On my placement j got assessment days at some decent size companies (GSK was main one) and Interviews at Nissan/NHS etc. Didn't touch the big 4 though, flat rejections before I got close. Applied to them as my first applications which was naive, so hopefully should be in better stead than I was last year. Was considering a masters but it's not really helpful to me, just wanna get my ACA qualification as quickly as possible.



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    (Original post by jam277)
    Btw. Anybody knows how to voluntary cause goosebumps?
    watch in hd

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    watch in hd

    Goosebumps everywhere. That first minute got me a full body reaction brah.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Goosebumps everywhere. That first minute got me a full body reaction brah.
    dr tyson has some sick ass lectures on youtube, check em out.



    check this out.

    http://htwins.net/scale2/

    trips you out man, really makes you think.
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    tfw you realise all you are is a piece of self aware quantum foam :moon:
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    Now what makes you think that?
    I saw your post on the Advantages or disadvantages of RG uni's.... Then I googled your username cos I don't know what it means and then bingo...
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    (Original post by LosingDogs)
    Yeah I'm final year. Sound, got your options open I suppose. Agreed on the closing dates, big 4 especially open very early and it becomes more difficult the longer you leave it.

    It's going decent for me, I'm an accounting student. On my placement j got assessment days at some decent size companies (GSK was main one) and Interviews at Nissan/NHS etc. Didn't touch the big 4 though, flat rejections before I got close. Applied to them as my first applications which was naive, so hopefully should be in better stead than I was last year. Was considering a masters but it's not really helpful to me, just wanna get my ACA qualification as quickly as possible.
    Yeah. I won't be applying to any of the other Big 4. If I'm honest I'm not really interested in finance/accounting, I'm a Political Science student, so I'm just using it as practise as generally the big four have the hardest application process. Yeah I fancy a crack at GSK, looks a good company to work for, I've got my eye on the Communications grad scheme. Where did you do your placement?

    It can be challenging to know what to do. Like a lot of these companies will ask you why you want to work for them, and its like...not as if ever since I was a baby I've wanted to work for X company, or in X profession, at the end of the day, it's a well paying job, with prestige and good opportunities for advancement, and thats why many apply to them. In truth I think my passion is government/policy, so thats what I'll spend most time working towards. I feel an MA would significantly benefit me, especially if I could get into UCL, but we'll have to see. I fancy a crack at LSE as well, but it's 20k for MA, double the price of UCL, so forget that.
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    (Original post by swarly)
    watch in hd

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    Goosebumps everywhere. That first minute got me a full body reaction brah.
    I felt nothing
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    I felt nothing
    it was probably wasted on you

    perhaps this is more to your taste:

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    Man parred the ting.
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    Man parred the ting.
    did you check out the scale of the universe link i posted?
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    Rudeness. I bring it upon myself really.
 
 
 
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