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butterflytears
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Ok how do i hide a whole in my wall which isnt written down on the inventory sheet?!
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erm a poster works well....they dont check under them for now at least thats what my friend has done...then get a tester pot of the paint on the wall and repaint it before you leave. if its a big hole get some polly filler in there first.
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good idea but is your friend in cartmel? Cos we arent allowed posters here!?
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(Original post by butterflytears)
good idea but is your friend in cartmel? Cos we arent allowed posters here!?
We are allowed posters in Lonsdale, and seeming as they are the same buildings I don't see why Cartmel should be any different. If you use white tack it should be fine.
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Originally Posted by butterflytears
good idea but is your friend in cartmel? Cos we arent allowed posters here!?
Psch, who obeys that rule anyway? I have loooooooads of posters up, my plan is to go with the tester pot idea at the end of the year if the blu-tac leaves any marks/pulls paint of the wall... *cough* not that that's happened already or anything... :p:
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We got another note from the cleaning supervisor today telling us to wash up. That's our 4th now, what's an average amount for a term?
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Originally Posted by Lenneh
We got another note from the cleaning supervisor today telling us to wash up. That's our 4th now, what's an average amount for a term?
We've had none so far this term so neeeeeer. :p: *goodytwoshoes*
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(Original post by Retardchar)
We've had none so far this term so neeeeeer. :p: *goodytwoshoes*
Neither have we, and our kitchen is disgusting.
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Wow, ours must be dreadful then! :p:
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My friends in Bowland have had the threat of a fine because their kitchen was so bad, so you're not tooooo bad. :p:
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does anyone else smoke in their non smoking kitchen? theyve threatened with fines but every day the cleaner must see ash trays and stuff and noone does anything about it so huh?
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(Original post by ribenacreep)
does anyone else smoke in their non smoking kitchen? theyve threatened with fines but every day the cleaner must see ash trays and stuff and noone does anything about it so huh?
I've no idea whether my kitchen is smoking or non-smoking, I guess they're all non-smoking? Luckily no-one in my flat smokes, can't stand it! :p:

The cleaning supervisor came around again today to check on us, but it was all good One of my flatmates and I washed up aaaall the crap, she did say if it happened again we'd get fined though, uh-oh!
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(Original post by LubyLoo)
Neither have we, and our kitchen is disgusting.
haha well u havent seen a county west kitchen espec after they used the foam fire extinguisher to put a fire out.... dishes.. food and powedery foam everywhere and all we get was another note..
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Pendle College rooms (where I am) are generally quite good. I was toying with the idea of going en-suite but decided against. I can honestly say I have not had one problem with sharing a shower and loo (so far!) and the benefit you get is that they're cleaned for you too.

Best thing i'd recommend all new students to do is come to the campus and have a wander about. If you want to have a closer look at a particular college then PM someone on this forum and ask if you can have a look at their room and flat when you come to Lancaster (worst they can say is no!).
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judge john
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well i live in Lonsdale and our rooms 'where' nice before we came. mines fine, apart form a few small holes in the wall, which where there when i moved in but i didn't hand in my inventory (i mean it was fresher’s!).
one of my flat mates managed to break the door of his nice new fitted wardrobe creating 4 rather large holes in the wood. but filler and a screw driver works wonders!
another flat mate also managed to break the thing that makes the fire door closed which then scratched the paint of his wall. so looks like some decorating may be needed come May.
and finally the best one is that we needed an entire wall re-plastered. so be warned that the plaster board is very weak. some of my housemates where having a pretend fight when one pushed the other through the wall, leading to a 200quid repair cost!
notice none of these involve me .
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(Original post by judge john)
well i live in Lonsdale and our rooms 'where' nice before we came. mines fine, apart form a few small holes in the wall, which where there when i moved in but i didn't hand in my inventory (i mean it was fresher’s!).
one of my flat mates managed to break the door of his nice new fitted wardrobe creating 4 rather large holes in the wood. but filler and a screw driver works wonders!
another flat mate also managed to break the thing that makes the fire door closed which then scratched the paint of his wall. so looks like some decorating may be needed come May.
and finally the best one is that we needed an entire wall re-plastered. so be warned that the plaster board is very weak. some of my housemates where having a pretend fight when one pushed the other through the wall, leading to a 200quid repair cost!
notice none of these involve me .
This wasn't in House 36 by any chance?
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judge john
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(Original post by LubyLoo)
This wasn't in House 36 by any chance?
LMAO. ot oh! seems like you may have been in .
since then we now have 2 new possible fines. 1 for breaking the fire alarm panel £100!! and another for having Cartmels dead giant Christmas tree in the front door. i don't know how it happens to us.
P.S. while i was there is wasn't me!
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judge john
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now i defiantly know how you knew. i can see our kitchen from your room picture .
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(Original post by judge john)
now i defiantly know how you knew. i can see our kitchen from your room picture .
Nah I live in House 36.
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judge john
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it's those paper cut outs that confused me as flat 8 in our house also has them.
so on closer inspection i see you on the slightly mysterious second floor . you people have a very lot of alcohol in you kitchen window.
P.S. we cleaned up the tree left over’s, well as good as the rubbish hover would.!
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