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    (Original post by Impressive)
    Woow thanks.

    Even my friend didn't tell me that when I mentioned about my test.

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    Good luck also. The only hard part is how the multiple guess questions are either insultingly easy, or they seem to have two right answers . I thought I'd do bad at the video question thingies, but I was fine, I guess so long as you are sensible with those you'll be ok. There are some practise ones online.
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    This may also be good revision
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    This may also be good revision
    :rofl:

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    I think there's one in germany that's a little bit too rude to put on here, although I'm going along the lines of "I can mention these words, they are just place names "
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    (Original post by Associativity)
    I think there's one in germany that's a little bit too rude to put on here, although I'm going along the lines of "I can mention these words, they are just place names "
    Haha good idea

    What did you think was the hardest part of learning to drive?

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    Oh! That's beautifully done! XD
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    Haha good idea

    What did you think was the hardest part of learning to drive?

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    Being bothered It's not fun driving in Bristol, I spent a lot of my lessons stuck in traffic, or going down roads with cars parked both sides. There's not much parking at my current uni, and I'll be at Bristol uni from sept to do my PhD, which has absolutely no parking. The busses are the only option really to get to town, and they're absolutely useless!
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    (Original post by Associativity)
    Being bothered It's not fun driving in Bristol, I spent a lot of my lessons stuck in traffic, or going down roads with cars parked both sides. There's not much parking at my current uni, and I'll be at Bristol uni from sept to do my PhD, which has absolutely no parking. The busses are the only option really to get to town, and they're absolutely useless!
    Awww that's a shame. What did/do you enjoy the most?

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Awww that's a shame. What did/do you enjoy the most?

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    Well tbh I haven't driven a car since (although I have driven other things), and I passed about a year or two ago. But really, I just see it as a tool to get around with; basically if you want a job around where I live, then outside the centre you have to drive because the busses are so bad, and if you work in the centre you're stuffed. So it's a life skill as far as I see it, rather than something I really enjoy.
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    (Original post by Associativity)
    Well tbh I haven't driven a car since (although I have driven other things), and I passed about a year or two ago. But really, I just see it as a tool to get around with; basically if you want a job around where I live, then outside the centre you have to drive because the busses are so bad, and if you work in the centre you're stuffed. So it's a life skill as far as I see it, rather than something I really enjoy.
    Fair enough, what other things do you drive?

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    (Original post by Associativity)
    I think there's one in germany that's a little bit too rude to put on here, although I'm going along the lines of "I can mention these words, they are just place names "
    I remember the days when 'Scunthorpe' was censored on TSR, because it contains a naughty word. :mmm:
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    I remember the days when 'Scunthorpe' was censored on TSR, because it contains a naughty word. :mmm:
    :rofl:

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    Mona Lisa, I'll pay to see you frown!
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    How is your revision ?
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    Ahhhh a tiny bit better than the last time you asked I've still hardly done anything though. You?

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    Ahhhh a tiny bit better than the last time you asked I've still hardly done anything though. You?

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