Curfew Watch

Vladimir Kitsch
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Fresher's week is approaching and I was looking at my university's programme. A lot of events start quite late in the evening which of course is great for the people in halls who have got their freedom now and can party the night away but bloody distressing for me since I still live at home and have strict parents who want me to be home by 11:eek: . I'll go to what I can but what do I do when I get asked along to the events that start later? Do I make up excuses or do I tell them honestly that I have overprotective parents....and wait for the > :rolleyes: look? And what do I do when I'm at a party and its getting later, make up an excuse as why I have to go? Would you still want to be friends with someone who never sticks around long enough but is still a nice/cool person?
Not looking forward to freshersweek at all.


parents curvew is not negotiable :mad:
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If you make friends who would like you to go, maybe they'll let you camp in their room for the night? Then you could just tell your parents that you're just sleeping over. People who don't want to be friends with you over something you can't control really aren't worth your time.
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(Original post by Vladimir Kitsch)
Fresher's week is approaching and I was looking at my university's programme. A lot of events start quite late in the evening which of course is great for the people in halls who have got their freedom now and can party the night away but bloody distressing for me since I still live at home and have strict parents who want me to be home by 11:eek: . I'll go to what I can but what do I do when I get asked along to the events that start later? Do I make up excuses or do I tell them honestly that I have overprotective parents....and wait for the > :rolleyes: look? And what do I do when I'm at a party and its getting later, make up an excuse as why I have to go? Would you still want to be friends with someone who never sticks around long enough but is still a nice/cool person?
Not looking forward to freshersweek at all.


parents curvew is not negotiable :mad:
Are you under 18 or something? Just keep pushing the curfew every night, coming back slightly and slightly more late.
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lol so your like 18 and you have to be home by 11. That was my curfew when I was 15ish. ******* tell. Why don't you just get a job and move out. Or just not go home when you're supposed to. Wtf can they do.
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How do you get into university as a 14 year old?
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Once you're out they're not exactly going to come and get you? Or are they :P ? Just stay out. You only get to do Uni once.
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Go out, and stay out until 11pm the next night
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i have the sameish problem.... just told my ma give me hassle i'm out next year and i stay with my sis and friends if i want to stay out late....just don't do it every night...be selective!
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This is what happens when you stay at home for uni. you're not going to get that uni experience unless your parents are lenient
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This is what happens when you stay at home for uni. you're not going to get that uni experience unless your parents are lenient
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That really sucks, you're going to have to talk to your parents about it, or just leave early. Of course people will still be mates with you if you have to go home, but they might stop inviting you out places.
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Vladimir Kitsch
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So I spelled curfew wrong - get over it. Has it ever occured to you I might be dyslexic :rolleyes:
And I didn't come here so you can all give me a hard time about it, I'm annoyed enough as it is. I'm not even allowed to stay over at a friends and moving out I don't see happening either - so I'm going to be a billy no mates basically, thats just wonderful
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What happens if you come home late? You get yelled at, right? It's worth it.
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How old are you? Ignore your parents curfew they have no right to impose it (well they do as it's their house lol but just come back late one night and see what happens), they are being unreasonable, so what if they shout at you. It would be strange for someone at uni to be like 'guys I gotta go home now, 11pm curfew parents want me home'. They obviously still see you as a kid, maybe you are immature.
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(Original post by Vladimir Kitsch)
So I spelled curfew wrong - get over it. Has it ever occured to you I might be dyslexic :rolleyes:
And I didn't come here so you can all give me a hard time about it, I'm annoyed enough as it is. I'm not even allowed to stay over at a friends and moving out I don't see happening either - so I'm going to be a billy no mates basically, thats just wonderful
thats not true at all...just socialise during the day! If your friends are your friends they won't care! Mine didn't this year, and trust me i wasn't allowed to do ANYTHING this yr even during the day! as there was a horrid fear i'd fail my exams! but you know....**** happens...make the best out of your situation, and you'll find the friends you make will be truer and less superficial...(you don't wanna be friends with people who'll only be your friends if you go out with them till all hours)!
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(Original post by Cultivated)
What happens if you come home late? You get yelled at, right? It's worth it.
My thinking!
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(Original post by there's too much love)
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How old are you?
I'd just tell my parents to back off. Are they Indian or something? (come on we've all seen east is east!)

Except they're not Indian in East is East, they're Pakistani
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Vladimir Kitsch
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I've come home late before and it gets ugly. I'm not immature, I have muslim parents. Ahhh...they all say, that explains a lot....
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(Original post by Vladimir Kitsch)
I've come home late before and it gets ugly. I'm not immature, I have muslim parents. Ahhh...they all say, that explains a lot....
Tell them you'll pray one extra time for every hour you add on to the curfew. :awesome:
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(Original post by Jassameen)
thats not true at all...just socialise during the day! If your friends are your friends they won't care!
You're at uni during the day :rolleyes: Not exactly the place you go to socialise. Yes you have your course mates who you're gonna see throughout the day but most socialising happens in the evenings after uni. I got friends at uni I rarely see during the day on campus.
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