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    I'll be honest, I envy the 'popular' kids in my hall who are always out and enjoying themselves-pulling hilarious pranks and jsut generally having fun. My group are way more laidback and don't like to go out too often. They're also not that keen on meeting new people and just doing stupid things for the hell of it.

    How do I go about being more crazy/or making friends with the ones who are crazy (the cliquey popular kids basically).?

    Join societies. They always have social events on.

    Alcohol / E / LSD / Shrooms should make things a little more crazy... Not that I'm advocating drug use here.

    So basically your flatties are wusses? yeah, mine are kind of in between things so i know how you feel.. there's really no way you can change them unless they also feel like you but just don't express it. I'd say join some society that's got a reputation of wild socials or try and get to know your neighbours and other people from your course. Basically just widen your social group. I know it can be hard to do but there isn't really any other way to solve this problem Or you could always try and encourage your flatties to go out more often, but if they don't "have it in them" they won't be much fun anyway so it'd just be a waste of time and money and you'll end up disappointed.
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