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    Has anyone done it? I was considering going to societies, but I'm not confident on my own. I've met people in my course, but they go home after sessions. I've met some people in my private hall, but they don't go to the same uni as I am.
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    I did. I think nearly all of us in that society (about 15ish) went individually as I didn't see any people who seemed to know each other well at the first meeting.
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    I went to societies on my own I didn't really think that people went together? The whole point in societies is to be able to get involved in things that you're interested in and meet people with similar interests, if you don't go because you haven't got anyone to go with then that sort of misses the point surely?

    I went along to horse riding club on my own and have met some nice people there, got Christmas dinner tonight!
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    Isnt the idea of going to meet people with similar intrests to you and to make new friends?(yes loocee said this already) I'm not saying that you shouldn't bring a friend, but it makes others feel better if we're all on our own.
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    It genuinely amazes me how often this question is asked. Of course you **** ing go to societies on your own. You don't need a chaperone to go play football/discuss poety, the whole point of these societies is that you will make likeminded friends there. It's like asking "Do people go on lectures on their own? What happens if no-one from their halls is going to the same building? Do they just quit?"
 
 
 
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