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    Pretty much self-explanatory in the title!
    What is the best thing, about going to Uni i general?
    I'm guessing Nightlife will be up there for most people,
    but what else do people enjoy about it??:woo:
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    Well it's all about having more of a social life and meeting new people.

    Hope this helps.
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    learning? :rolleyes:
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    Independence.
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    The freedom.
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    (Original post by morg)
    learning? :rolleyes:
    Thats an interesting comment :p:
    I'm sure they'll be some learning in between the social side :woo:
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    Seeing how all your high school dreams fall apart when you realize life is actually tougher than you thought
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    (Original post by Edycal)
    Seeing how all your high school dreams fall apart when you realize life is actually tougher than you thought
    Lol, best thing?
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    (Original post by punkyrocker)
    Independence.
    :ditto:

    It's the best thing :woo:
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    (Original post by OrdinaryDay)
    The freedom.
    Moving away and independace i am looking forward to
    does it take some getting used to, living on your own?
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    (Original post by OrdinaryDay)
    The freedom.

    Can't bloody wait.:yep:
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    (Original post by punkyrocker)
    Independence.
    One of the reasons I'm moving away from home. :yep:
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    Freshers week?
    Cheap drinks
    :teeth:
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    How far are people moving away from home?
    Both my choices are around 3 hours away,
    which is far enough, but not too far that i can't bring drity laundry home once every 6 weeks :P:
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    (Original post by Pinklemonade-xo)
    Freshers week?
    Cheap drinks
    :teeth:
    Thats what i like to hear :yep:
    Could you do a decent night out on £15 at freshers?:woo:
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    (Original post by Coppy)
    Pretty much self-explanatory in the title!
    What is the best thing, about going to Uni i general?
    I'm guessing Nightlife will be up there for most people,
    but what else do people enjoy about it??:woo:
    You can miss class and no-one cares!
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    (Original post by Coppy)
    How far are people moving away from home?
    Both my choices are around 3 hours away,
    which is far enough, but not too far that i can't bring drity laundry home once every 6 weeks :P:
    Pretty far. My top choice is 5 hours away from me, so it looks like I'll be doing my own laundry! :p:
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    (Original post by Don John)
    You can miss class and no-one cares!
    Sounds good to me:woo:
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    (Original post by Coppy)
    How far are people moving away from home?
    Both my choices are around 3 hours away,
    which is far enough, but not too far that i can't bring drity laundry home once every 6 weeks :P:
    :o: about 45 mins by train for me!
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    (Original post by Coppy)
    Sounds good to me:woo:
    - 7 'o clock alarm goes -

    "class? nahhhh..."

    - rolls over, gets up 6 hours later -




    ahh, the good life :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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