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you know..i decided a couple of days ago..you can stop arguing now!

but thanks!
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come to Bristol we have cake!
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You talking about the shop on Cotham Hill? Or just cake in general?
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(Original post by Apricot Fairy)
You talking about the shop on Cotham Hill? Or just cake in general?
There does seem to be an abundence of good cake in Bristol - and, as you mentioned, the Cottam shop which is actually called 'Cake'.

I found a new smoothie shop at the top of park street yesterday. woot
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My new smoothie shop is my new house. And my house comes complete with a cordon bleu chef!

Well, my housemate anyway, who cooks like a dream and seems to want to mother me! (In a good way...) She lives there at the moment and I'm moving in next year, so I keep going round there to be fed.
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Well, my housemate anyway, who cooks like a dream and seems to want to mother me!
sure she didn't say smother? Because then I would worry...
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Nah, she's wonderful!

Ooh, guess what? I'm Vice President of Falstaff next year!
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I promised Cat I'd vote for her for President, so I guess I'll see you later today
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Go to Bristol! Slightly biased having spent most of my life there, but I can imagine its a great city to be a student in- you said you'e not fussed about nightlife (it does have great nightlife though!), well there's also a lot of great cultural, arty, musicy stuff going on, and it has the best atmosphere of any city I've spent time in. Plus Stoke Bishop is a pretty decent area for halls-I have a friend in halls there and I've heard rumours of disgustingly cheap drinks in their halls bar (we don't have halls bars at sussex! makes me almost wish i'd chosen a city uni over campus...)
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I want to go to Bristol now and I didn't even like the course that much!

Apricot Fairy, why don't you allow PMs? I was going to show you this:
http://www.sosickclothing.com/v3/ind...?idx=item&id=1
(I know you'll hate it as much as me)

To the OP, which one did you choose in the end?
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They chose Bristol, it's in the sig. xx
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Meh I agree with Angel lil, I hate clubbing and I'm going to uni in London! I don't think the nightlife should play a huge part in making a decision about where you want to go to university because a good uni should cater for the interests of each student ie. through societies and the like. You can go to Bristol and be happy if your a quieter student I'm sure, and there must be at least one or two clubs in Exeter as well as an active student union for the more hardened clubber. Sorry about my late contribution.
To the OP, hope you enjoy Bristol!
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This thread is amusing.
Bring on the concrete jungle:
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