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    My mate visited 'Bristol University today and said it is ''full of yat''! What does this mean?
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    Well I am looked up the word Yat, a lot of reference to Chinese food came up, so using my masterly powers of deduction I have concluded that Yat means Chinese person.
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    (Original post by StephenP91)
    Well I am looked up the word Yat, a lot of reference to Chinese food came up, so using my masterly powers of deduction I have concluded that Yat means Chinese person.
    How many Chinese students do you expect to see at Bristol University? I don't think they'll be that many. Hence, I suspect he meant rahs as Bristol is notourious for this.
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    (Original post by UniUni)
    How many Chinese students do you expect to see at Bristol University? I don't think they'll be that many. Hence, I suspect he meant rahs as Bristol is notourious for this.
    I have no idea how many Chinese people could possibly be at Bristol University.
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    (Original post by UniUni)
    How many Chinese students do you expect to see at Bristol University? I don't think they'll be that many. Hence, I suspect he meant rahs as Bristol is notourious for this.
    I'm at Bristol and it isn't!!
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    (Original post by UniUni)
    How many Chinese students do you expect to see at Bristol University? I don't think they'll be that many. Hence, I suspect he meant rahs as Bristol is notourious for this.
    Why ask the question when you've made up your mind already? :rolleyes:

    Just ask your friend what he meant!
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    Maybe he meant that 4 lettered word beginning with T that rhymes with yat, cat, hat, mat, bat, sat, etc...
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    Take your pick.
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    Lol, A 'yat' means a female.

    Commonly used word in South London.
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    (Original post by Diabolic99)
    Lol, A 'yat' means a female.

    Commonly used word in South London.
    Wow!! You certianly know your stuff because my mate that I was speaking to is from South London!! So I'll ake your word for it!!
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    (Original post by UniUni)
    Wow!! You certianly know your stuff because my mate that I was speaking to is from South London!! So I'll ake your word for it!!
    Has there ever been a shortage of females in university? :confused:
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    (Original post by hanaalou)
    I'm at Bristol and it isn't!!
    I'm truly sorry; if you haven't noticed, you are a rah.
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    (Original post by carbondummy)
    Has there ever been a shortage of females in university? :confused:
    Imperial.
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    (Original post by 04smitht)
    Imperial.
    lol, is this really true? If so, then I feel bad for my friend who's going there next year! Call it a "chinese sausage fest" ...
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    He means unicorns

    (Urbandictionary says girls)
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    (Original post by Tolth)
    I'm truly sorry; if you haven't noticed, you are a rah.
    oh well. better than a poor ********
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    (Original post by goldlock)
    lol, is this really true? If so, then I feel bad for my friend who's going there next year! Call it a "chinese sausage fest" ...
    http://www.push.co.uk/document.aspx?...f-e69651ceaea0
    lol, I've actually never visited but I think it is!
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    I live in Brizzle and it is full of posh totty; if their student nights are anything to go by.
 
 
 
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