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    (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
    Get a grip you two.

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    that what I call milking the reps brah :laugh:
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    Imagine getting rustled by a colloquialism
    mirin vocabulary
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    We always have to hate the most stupidest things:
    -Water
    -Food
    -The word 'uni'
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    that what I call milking the reps brah :laugh:
    How would I have known that it would get so many reps?

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    No; it's quicker when writing, texting and speaking and people want to get onto more important things in life, than saying the word "university".
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    Get off your high horse, you sound like a narcissistic snob. Uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni.
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    Are you crazy? If you type the word university like it's supposed to be written, how the hell are you going to save 0.35 incredibly precious seconds during which you could do incredible things?
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    (Original post by Mojo Banjo)
    Basically, as someone with an extremely powerful brain, I find it annoying.

    And its invariably highly talkative short girls in their early twenties with MacBooks, holding a costa that come up to you and start nattering about "uni".

    Its University, my friends.

    Not "Cambridge Uni" SMH

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    Your 'extremely powerful brain' seems to be failing you with regards to your punctuation today.
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    There are deeper things in life to worry about. Maybe use your "extremely powerful brain" for that?
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    Language changes and develops as a result of such borrowings. We would never have lexis such as 'anchor', 'wall', 'city', 'government', 'question', 'atmosphere' or 'dignity' without borrowings. If you don't want to say 'uni' fine but don't force others to. Now, act with a bit of dignity and delete this thread.
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    Hey Spotify can I get a free subscription?

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    A free subscription to Spotify Music? Haha you'd be lucky even I can't get a free subscription :nah:
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    Damn I hate it when people say "uni"!

    Suppose I should fix the thread title. :lol:
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    (Original post by Mojo Banjo)
    Basically, as someone with an extremely powerful brain, I find it annoying.

    And its invariably highly talkative short girls in their early twenties with MacBooks, holding a costa that come up to you and start nattering about "uni".

    Its University, my friends.

    Not "Cambridge Uni" SMH

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    Uni

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    (Original post by Mojo Banjo)
    Did you even get into a uni smh
    A little bit hypocritical.
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    I like the fact that you think that just because you go to university it automatically means you have class, there are numerous people that are at university and they have ZERO class. Case point.
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    (Original post by Mojo Banjo)
    Basically, as someone with an extremely powerful brain, I find it annoying.

    And its invariably highly talkative short girls in their early twenties with MacBooks, holding a costa that come up to you and start nattering about "uni".

    Its University, my friends.

    Not "Cambridge Uni" SMH

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    I'm not sure that someone with an "extremely powerful brain" would waste their time whining on TSR
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    Not sure what's wrong with "highly talkative short girls in their early twenties with MacBooks" either.
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    Uni 2 chill m8
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    (Original post by spotify95)
    A free subscription to Spotify Music? Haha you'd be lucky even I can't get a free subscription :nah:
    Ah you're useless

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    I would like to go to uni as I think it would benefit me as a person, however I dont think uni is the best way to go in terms of my career. Uni is a good idea though. Uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni uni
 
 
 
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