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    As a social sec next year I am starting to think about what socials we could plan that would be lots of fun for all Drinking is pretty standard of course but something without the booze may be good too! Socials are weekly so lots of time to fill- we will continue some from this year such as anything but clothes party, wizard and 3-legged pub crawl but what socials have you guys attended before and enjoyed? Any suggestions much appreciated Thank you!
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    I loved pub golf, it was great fun and joint socials with one other club where you get to know people well, rather than a different one every time! Also, talk to people about themes before just decided on a fancy dress, as you'll find some themes you might love but everyone else hates and only 4 or 5 people will turn up!!
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    Traffic light party. Going bowling/skating/quasar. doing something related to your group activity. Poker night.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Traffic light party. Going bowling/skating/quasar. doing something related to your group activity. Poker night.
    What's quasar?
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    I enjoy pub crawls/pub golf. We normally pre drink and eat pizza at someone's house/flat, off round the pubs/bars, then to a club, or stay late in the later opening pubs, which have a bit of a dancefloor.

    Alternatively, paintballing, theme parks and meals.
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    (Original post by Bella Occhi)
    What's quasar?
    aka laser quest?
 
 
 

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