(Original post by Boltons *******)
This is so depressing. Seems like most of the clowns on this site are getting neither the benefits of a university education or
a university social life. The trick is to get both, but for some of the more challenging case, it may be necessary to focus on only one. But to reap the benefits of neither? Just wow.
Anyone with a four figure post count lol @ that.
yeah that's right, just insult every senior member on TSR
good luck with that...
(Original post by Meyrin)
Don't worry. With your posts per day already coming in at 27, I'm sure you'll be there soon.
Honestly, are you a troll, or just extremely bored?
i don't think it's a problem being online
people have different niches in life
some people don't like outdoor social activities and thats fine
university is extremely biased towards a very specific lifestyle, so it can be difficult for people that are not used to such things
you can either adapt partly (like i have), or you can just carry on as you are and say screw you to everyone else; they shouldn't expect you to change.
fundamentally, the primary aim of university is to further your education
everything else, including social activities, are below that (as depressing as that sounds)
(Original post by elpistolero7)
Its quite something when a person (the OP) getting their "kicks" in life from trolling people on a student forum proceeds to make fun of those very people who actually use the forum for academic help/valid discussion.
that's like making fun of somebody for being good at something.
"wow, that guy is so clever!
what a nerd..."