Mini Fridge Watch

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Are we allowed to have a minifridge (about 60 litres capacity) in our (hopefully) college rooms?
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You need to store your beer, eh?
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You're not at Clare, don't know about other places.
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(Original post by Michael Mourao)
Are we allowed to have a minifridge (about 60 litres capacity) in our (hopefully) college rooms?

60 litres is pretty big.
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You need to store your beer, eh?
no milk and stuff.. *whistles looking upwards*


(Original post by Colostomy_Bag)
60 litres is pretty big.
It's still mini though
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you're not allowed a fridge at clare!? :eek:

i think some colleges provide mini-fridges already in the rooms, you just have to pay a little extra on top of your room rent to keep them there. the fridges are a fairly decent size as well. check with the housekeeper in your college
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Trinity does for 5 quid or something.
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My college gives you a free mini-fridge
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(Original post by priya)
you're not allowed a fridge at clare!? :eek:

i think some colleges provide mini-fridges already in the rooms, you just have to pay a little extra on top of your room rent to keep them there. the fridges are a fairly decent size as well. check with the housekeeper in your college
I'm fairly sure we're not - you're meant to use the fridges in the gyp rooms. And ours minged.
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people as Selwyn have them, and I have a friend at Trinity who does. I think most colleges do.
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Wouldn't it make quite a lot of noise and annoy you when you wanted to go to sleep?
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people as Selwyn have them, and I have a friend at Trinity who does. I think most colleges do.
I might get one if I can get one cheap. My friend in Oxford got one off his college dad.
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Wouldn't it make quite a lot of noise and annoy you when you wanted to go to sleep?
It'll be even more annoying when you have found out that some ******* has vandeled your bread and ham.
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It'll be even more annoying when you have found out that some ******* has vandeled your bread and ham.
Well - make it known that you put cyanide on half of your stuff. No one would take that risk.
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Well - make it known that you put cyanide on half of your stuff. No one would take that risk.
Then you wouldn't eat it either ay?
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Then you wouldn't eat it either ay?
"make it known"? Personally I'd prefer lexitive in milk, if anyone ever drinks my milk without permission. Torturing is better than killing. Everyone knows you have more fun with things while it's still alive.
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:eek: :eek:
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They always told me there were scary peeps Cambridge-way :eek:
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"make it known"? Personally I'd prefer lexitive in milk, if anyone ever drinks my milk without permission. Torturing is better than killing. Everyone knows you have more fun with things while it's still alive.
You go to Cambridge and can't spell laxative! I am so in

(And, lol, dictionary definition: A food or drug that stimulates evacuation of the bowels.)
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You go to Cambridge and can't spell laxative! I am so in

(And, lol, dictionary definition: A food or drug that stimulates evacuation of the bowels.)
lol He's Chinese...:rolleyes:
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