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mm87
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has anyone decided around what time they are thinking of coming on saturday.
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woolly
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No, but I was thinking as early as possible. I'm gonna have a tearful family in tow to help shift my gear, so once we get the parking it should be ok, quick and easy. I reckon between 10 and 11?
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cht_flat 10
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I think we're gonna set off before 11, so prolly get there about 3/4... M6/M40/M25 pending.
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melon2005
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(Original post by mm87)
hi i move in on saturday. I'll look forward to meeting you. i have got so much stuff to take i don't know if it will fit. what about you.
Yeh I have alot of stuff too! For some reason I went mad in kitchen shops and bought things like martini glasses! :confused: I don't know if I've ever even had a martini...
I'm moving in on sat as well, look forward to meeting you too!
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hey im not in pooley but still gonna b there pretty early, parents wanna leave home about 7 (arggghhh) to avoid traffic, i stupidly told them about one of my friends (mad) parents who took her to and from uni in the middle of the night last year coz her dad hated driving in london so much and they seemed to think it was a really good idea!! expect to be there about 9.30/10 ish (live in bournemouth its about 2.5 hours to 3hours drive depending on traffic) anyone else got mad parents like me??
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Hey, i live in Bournemouth 2!my name sophie btw. Im in intercollegiate halls, btu on the letter they say they dont open until the 20th, so im confused wen Im mana b cumin up. I dont ana miss freshers week tho!!
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(Original post by Muppy)
hey im not in pooley but still gonna b there pretty early, parents wanna leave home about 7 (arggghhh) to avoid traffic, i stupidly told them about one of my friends (mad) parents who took her to and from uni in the middle of the night last year coz her dad hated driving in london so much and they seemed to think it was a really good idea!! expect to be there about 9.30/10 ish (live in bournemouth its about 2.5 hours to 3hours drive depending on traffic) anyone else got mad parents like me??
Hi, my mum's not mad (only on occasion) but I'm being dropped off v. early, she's heading to Leeds to visit an old friend. It seems like everyone else is going to be arriving in the afternoon though. =/
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(Original post by moon·struck)
Hi, my mum's not mad (only on occasion) but I'm being dropped off v. early, she's heading to Leeds to visit an old friend. It seems like everyone else is going to be arriving in the afternoon though. =/
Well it'll give you time to clean the place and make dinner
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(Original post by moon·struck)
Hi, my mum's not mad (only on occasion) but I'm being dropped off v. early, she's heading to Leeds to visit an old friend. It seems like everyone else is going to be arriving in the afternoon though. =/

dont worry, my mum n dad want to get there for 9am! n i only live in london, but they r acting like its goin to take a 8 hours to unpack,so dont worry sum of us are also being forced to arrive early, but i guess we can finish early too n help out others
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Muppy
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Hi sophie - where in bournemouth btw? im laura! my parents think its goin to take hours to unpack too, mind you i have got a lot of stuff....
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I think it's been said already, but can anyone clarify - we have fridges in our rooms, right? And also, what are the rules on having a mate crash over? The tenancy agreement mentions something about not being allowed to share the room, but one night doesn't count, does it?...
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I'm fairly sure there will be no problem havin people over, the only thing ur not allowed to do is sub-let the room, and cant forsee any1 doin that! And yes ther's a fridge in the room
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(Original post by cht_flat 10)
Well it'll give you time to clean the place and make dinner
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(Original post by sexaylilbubba)
dont worry, my mum n dad want to get there for 9am! n i only live in london, but they r acting like its goin to take a 8 hours to unpack,so dont worry sum of us are also being forced to arrive early, but i guess we can finish early too n help out others
My mum's confused about the times, so we'll be heading down at 10:00am. Still plenty of time to twiddle my thumbs and help out others.

I'm in London now too. I actually stopped by QM today and I'm on the third floor, the elevator didn't open--so I had to use the stairs.
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woolly
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(Original post by maccaisgod)
I'm fairly sure there will be no problem havin people over, the only thing ur not allowed to do is sub-let the room, and cant forsee any1 doin that! And yes ther's a fridge in the room
Brilliant, cheers
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im arriving on the 18th >.< eeep possibly morning

@Cherish : did you get to see the flat?
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im arriving on the 18th >.< eeep possibly morning

@Cherish : did you get to see the flat?
No, I got as far as the door to the flat. =/

But from what I saw and people said it's quite nice; except the elevator it scared me.
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