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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Ooh, that reminds me of something else I was meant to be doing this evening- booking driving lessons. Stupid personal statement, distracting me.
    I can't wait to drive, it'll be such a release
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    (Original post by justanotherindigo)
    :hello: How are you?
    Great thanks! you?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Why do you always say "you was"?

    I've seen it a few times :lol:
    Meh, I'm not bothered much by grammar on the internet.
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    Big brother final stressing me out I will punch a wall of Sam wins
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :ahee:

    Yeah, it is... I'm hoping to pass my driving test within the year though. So I can drive away when I get stressed...

    I think if she can't transfer her degree she's going to come back to Cardiff next year to finish off her degree. Then post graduate wherever they move to...
    I'm taking a leaf from your book and I'm going to try and get timetabled so I end up with 5A2s next year. If there's a problem, I'll try to make a compromise but I'm not prepared to self-teach anything as it'll take a lot of time.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I can't wait to drive, it'll be such a release
    I'll be unlikely to have a car I can drive even when I've learnt, but at least it means I can get to places without having 20 minute walks then relying on buses that come every two hours and I keep missing How long is it until you turn 17? I have been for eight months but just haven't got round to finding a teacher...
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Big brother final stressing me out I will punch a wall of Sam wins
    What a guilty pleasure.. :P
    If "Big Brother" and that "get me out of here" are legal, are psychologists/sociologists able to rig "lord of the flies"-type situations for studies?
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Big brother final stressing me out I will punch a wall of Sam wins
    Me too! I've always loved Dexter, he's been a great housemate

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    (Original post by Dimples_ND)
    Oh and can you add me please
    AS subjects: Biology, Psychology, Sociology and English Lit+ Lang
    A2: Bio, psychology and sociology
    Uni course: Diagnostic Radiography
    And I plan on applying to
    Exeter, Leeds [maybe], City, St George and Birmingham/London Southbank
    Still unsure


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    Yup, added!
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Big brother final stressing me out I will punch a wall of Sam wins
    I think he will win. It's always the quiet ones


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    (Original post by keromedic)
    What a guilty pleasure.. :P
    If "Big Brother" and that "get me out of here" are legal, are psychologists/sociologists able to rig "lord of the flies"-type situations for studies?
    haha that could make a great EPQ
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Me too! I've always loved Dexter, he's been a great housemate

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    My mind flashed to the Serial Killer, there
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Me too! I've always loved Dexter, he's been a great housemate

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    He was really great, and stood tall even with all the bullying aimed at him. He definitely deserves to win, ans I sincerely hope he does

    (Original post by keromedic)
    What a guilty pleasure.. :P
    If "Big Brother" and that "get me out of here" are legal, are psychologists/sociologists able to rig "lord of the flies"-type situations for studies?
    Haha I watch a lot of reality shows. I watch made in Chelsea, I'm a celebrity.. etc.. I just love it all

    I've never watched lord of the rings so I wouldn't actually know what you're referring to
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    I think he will win. It's always the quiet ones


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    I really don't want him to. Last years winner annoyed me and he was the guy who played the victim throughout the entire show. Sam this year has been the bully, hate him so much
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    You said before that you was going to drop Geography did you not?
    Yup. I also said before that I was going to do Civil Engineering :lol: But work experience in a firm bored me to tears, so I decided to change courses.. and change the subject I want to drop
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Haha I watch a lot of reality shows. I watch made in Chelsea, I'm a celebrity.. etc.. I just love it all

    I've never watched lord of the rings so I wouldn't actually know what you're referring to
    "Lord of the Flies", not "Lord of the Rings". The former, written by William Golding, tells the tale of pubescent boys who are stuck on an island, following a plan crash. It covers their attempt at survival, moral dilemmas and descent into savagery with the absence of law.
    On the other hand, "Lord of the Rings" is a fantasy Trilogy by J.R Tolken. I've not read them so I can't tell you much
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    "Lord of the Flies", not "Lord of the Rings". The former, written by William Golding, tells the tale of pubescent boys who are stuck on an island, following a plan crash. It tells the tale of their survival, moral dilemmas and descent into savagery with the absence of law.
    On the other hand, "Lord of the Rings" is a fantasy Trilogy by J.R Tolken. I've not read them so I can't tell you much

    Oh right, misread that I've actually read lord of the flies (for English lit last year)

    I highly doubt a lord of the flies situation would ever be authorised by/for psychologists. Just too many ethical issues involved, it wouldn't even be considered at all! Plus practical issues, nah, never is my answer
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Oh right, misread that I've actually read lord of the flies (for English lit last year)

    I highly doubt a lord of the flies situation would ever be authorised by/for psychologists. Just too many ethical issues involved, it wouldn't even be considered at all! Plus practical issues, nah, never is my answer
    It's fine. I also read "Lord of the Flies" . Did you like it?
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    My mind flashed to the Serial Killer, there
    Haha yeah!
    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    He was really great, and stood tall even with all the bullying aimed at him. He definitely deserves to win, ans I sincerely hope he does
    Exactly! I feel sorry for the guy! As do I, I voted for him

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    (Original post by keromedic)
    It's fine. I also read "Lord of the Flies" . Did you like it?
    I really liked the book :yep: although I don't read a lot of books. How about you?
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    Exactly! I feel sorry for the guy! As do I, I voted for him

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    I really hope it wasn't a wasted vote

    The only time I've ever voted on any show was on X-factor a few years back. I voted to save Janet Devlin, Misha B and little mix, but guess who's list had 2 people in the bottom 3, which one of them getting sent home. :unimpressed: never again :lol:
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    How important are open days, guys? I can't get on the Bristol one because it's full. Is it bad to apply blind?
 
 
 
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