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    Something i've noticed, quite funny really because they don't seem to notice otherwise they'd do something about it.
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    Maybe you've just sobered up.
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    A lot of people of both genders become fat after uni starts. Maybe because they are too lazy to cook and eat properly?
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    (Original post by Aack)
    Maybe you've just sobered up.
    LOL
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    (Original post by Aack)
    Maybe you've just sobered up.

    Most enlightened post of the day.
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    I was fat before uni started :sexface:
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    Probably lack of healthy food and masses of empty calories in alcohol. Although one of my friends went to uni and came back for xmas a stone lighter (she was a size 18 and only 5ft before). But she lives on ready meals cos she can't cook and has lost weight because she's going to the gym 4 times a week. Before uni she wouldn't even walk to the corner shop..
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    Oh great, i'm going to be obese.
    Edit: i want to go to the gym everry day- become shexxxy!
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    that aint true
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    I put on a stone in my first term at uni, mainly because of drinking, late night kebabs/chips, eating cantine type food all the time.

    I lost it all over the holidays though and now I just put on a little bit every term and just diet when I get home. I guess some people just forget to do the diet part *shrugs*
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    I didn't. :wizard:
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    I lost about a stone during my first term, actually! Mainly because I kept forgetting to eat and can't cook at all

    Put a fair bit back on since I got home though, so I'll be back on the starvation diet when I go back in January :p:
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    Fewer home cooked meals means more unhealthy junk food take-away

    Too busy with workload to play sports or work out regularly

    Sitting around for large proportion of the day when studying

    Hope I don't get fat :eek:
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    peer pressure?
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    live 2mins away from uni
    sit on your a** all day
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    (Original post by Lemons)
    I put on a stone in my first term at uni, mainly because of drinking, late night kebabs/chips, eating cantine type food all the time.

    I lost it all over the holidays though and now I just put on a little bit every term and just diet when I get home. I guess some people just forget to do the diet part *shrugs*
    When I first read that I thought it said "eating cocaine" :eek:
    I was like - Did she just slip in the fact that she consumes cocaine? In a really non nonchalant fashion? And then I realised . And came here to tell y'all about it :thumbsup:.

    I'll leave now.
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    ALCOHOL.
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    Takeaways, alcohol...

    My firm=very sporty uni, I'll be going to the gym a lot hopefully.. don't want to put on weight
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    It happens in college, too. An abundance of greasy food and alcohol combined with little exercise due to the increased workload = fat chicks. Not too sure why it mainly affects ladies, though. :hmmm:
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    I can never put on weight even when i want to, so hopefully I'll be okay, but basically BEER/ALCOHOL and JUNK FOOD can be easily totalled up during term time hehe
 
 
 
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