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    Hello,

    So I've been reading the news and have once again confirmed that the world is up to no good. I love the prospect of going to university next year, but I am a little bit concerned about getting into trouble with chavs and any other forms of evil.

    I know the basic rules. Avoid walking alone. Don't be out so late (how late do students usually stay out during weekends?). Stick to student areas. Any more rules you'd like to share? Should I take a taxi everywhere I go? Or should I bring my car to uni (that would mean I need driving lessons)?
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    Where are you going to university? Bogota? Kabul?
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    Dude chill lol

    Yes there's usually a dodgy place in every uni city but just be smart. Don't ask for trouble. Yes use a taxi with friends coming home at 2/3am on a Fri or sat night.
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    Where on earth are you going to uni?! This all sounds a bit...much
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    lmao.

    I bet you ride horses.
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    Simple answer is... You don't survive. Good luck out there mate


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    Well I would start by not applying to the university of Mordor.

    But seriously, risk of all those things is tiny. Just use your common sense.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hello,

    So I've been reading the news and have once again confirmed that the world is up to no good. I love the prospect of going to university next year, but I am a little bit concerned about getting into trouble with chavs and any other forms of evil.

    I know the basic rules. Avoid walking alone. Don't be out so late (how late do students usually stay out during weekends?). Stick to student areas. Any more rules you'd like to share? Should I take a taxi everywhere I go? Or should I bring my car to uni (that would mean I need driving lessons)?
    Do you mean religious group societies in uni? They often get away with extremism unchecked.
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    Chavs are definitely a cult
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    (Original post by Clip)
    Where are you going to university? Bogota? Kabul?
    Manchester
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    (Original post by Tai Ga)
    lmao.

    I bet you ride horses.
    I do not.

    I would not mind having a horse, though.
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    (Original post by DeceitfulDove)
    Where on earth are you going to uni?! This all sounds a bit...much
    I was only half serious about the cult abductions
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    (Original post by Tai Ga)
    lmao.

    I bet you ride horses.
    How did you link those two things together?

    Just be streetwise. Don't go out in the dark naked, share a cab with your friends and use your general common sense.
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    (Original post by abbiemac)
    How did you link those two things together?

    Just be streetwise. Don't go out in the dark naked, share a cab with your friends and use your general common sense.
    Hmm. Understood. Thank you
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    (Original post by abbiemac)
    How did you link those two things together?

    Just be streetwise. Don't go out in the dark naked, share a cab with your friends and use your general common sense.
    lol, common sense and tsr!
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    (Original post by samba)
    lol, common sense and tsr!
    A concept too hard to fathom, even for the most 'intellegent' of minds.
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    (Original post by Tai Ga)
    lmao.

    I bet you ride horses.
    As said before: lolwut? Got a chip on your shoulder or something?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    As said before: lolwut? Got a chip on your shoulder or something?

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    Perhaps she was terrorised by horse riders in her youth and harbours a resentment towards them.
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    (Original post by abbiemac)
    How did you link those two things together?

    Just be streetwise. Don't go out in the dark naked, share a cab with your friends and use your general common sense.
    OP not being street smart and thinking the worst sort of things will happen once he leaves his bubble.

    Horse riding being associated with typical rah activities and usually reserved for privileged kids.

    It was a joke though

    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    As said before: lolwut? Got a chip on your shoulder or something?

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    wot lol? Who are you and what did you say before?

    lol no, my comment was comment was quite clearly meant in jest. Sorry if your feelings were hurt :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Tai Ga)
    OP not being street smart and thinking the worst sort of things will happen once he leaves his bubble.

    Horse riding being associated with typical rah activities and usually reserved for privileged kids.

    It was a joke though



    wot lol? Who are you and what did you say before?

    lol no, my comment was comment was quite clearly meant in jest. Sorry if your feelings were hurt :dontknow:
    There are assorted things wrong with this post too
    Kinda ironic you taking about having feelings hurt though
 
 
 
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