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Would u initiate friendship with a person of other nationality???? Watch

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    This is a general question?
    will you be interested in making friendship with a person of other nationality in ur university?




    Is there any nationality that you wont like to be a close friend with at university ?
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    Of course I would, and no there's not
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    Yes.

    /pointlessthread.
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    Yes. I even date people of other nationalities. :|

    This question seems a little out-dated imo...
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    (Original post by sinfonietta)
    Yes. I even date people of other nationalities. :|

    This question seems a little out-dated imo...
    You italian?
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    (Original post by italian_lad)
    You italian?
    Nope - I'm Scottish. x)
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    My best friend is Dutch and even lives in Holland whereas I am English and live in England. I can't imagine having a better friend in all honesty.


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    Yes...as long as they are not hostile in any way. And no not really, you can't base a stereotype on an entire population.
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    Is this a serious question? Of course I would. I have friends from all over the world, some Swiss, some Austrian, some Canadian, some Guyanese, some Turkish,some British, some west indian etc (you get the point).
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    Even if the other body is competitive enough in academics and hence poses a threat to job security/internships for you?????????????
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    Is this a serious question? Like...really?
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    Yes????
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    (Original post by eliza.anne)
    My best friend is Dutch and even lives in Holland whereas I am English and live in England. I can't imagine having a better friend in all honesty.


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    Agree.

    My closest friend lives in a totally different continent.
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    I wouldn't care what nationality they were. I'll talk to anyone who I find interesting regardless of where they're from.
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    Do you? I mean, do you walk around asking people's nationality or ask them for their passports for proof to see if they are not lying? I mean come on OP, be serious.
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    anyone in edinburgh?


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    Considering I'm on a year abroad, I'm going to have to answer....no.

    :rolleyes:
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    yes,

    I'd actually like to have more diverse friends tbh, its always nice knowing people with different stories, skills and outlooks.
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    yeah, id need all the help i can get

    cant afford to be picky :pierre:
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    (Original post by Gifted)
    Even if the other body is competitive enough in academics and hence poses a threat to job security/internships for you?????????????
    Your username is quite ironic
 
 
 
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