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(Original post by Fluffy)
staying at home. However, it isn't the parental home, but my own home, so maybe a little different. Mortgage and bills will probably cost aprox £100 a week
So wait, you have a house in oxford as well as london? Or do you get free college accomodation?
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So wait, you have a house in oxford as well as london? Or do you get free college accomodation?
Noo - I live in London now - have done since the end of last year.
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mine's en-suite and with internet connection. i decided to go in halls not flats cos all the flats where i'm goin are about 7/8 people and i thought that was too many.

where are you going? finally someone else who has a whole day of travel to get home, most of my friends (and my twin brother) are goin to unis that a are a couple of hours away

lou xxx
i'm going down to falmouth in cornwall, an i live in bham at the moment. it only takes 4 1/2 hours by car but by train it takes 6-8!! but then again i'm gonna fly from newquay to london cos its slightly quicker and, believe it or not, its cheaper!!!
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Noo - I live in London now - have done since the end of last year.
Oh goody, so you know where all the good places to go are then
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I am going into catered halls - will be costing me £108.15 (it is forever etched in my mind!) per week.

I am most definately not staying at home - a) it would be impossible due to the four hour drive/5-6 hour train journey and b) I don't want to.

If there is one thing this gap year has taught me it's that I am now most definately ready to leave home - I have been going back and forth between my home and being away - and I need about 2 weeks to readjust to living with my mum every time I return.

Part of me would prefer to be going self catering - because I quite enjoy domestic/looking after myself chores - but I'm happy with my choice.
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I am going into catered halls - will be costing me £108.15 (it is forever etched in my mind!) per week.
:eek: :eek: :eek:

Where you going? The University of Ripoffsville?
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:eek: :eek: :eek:

Where you going? The University of Ripoffsville?

That'll be Exeter then

I'm not that bothered - only thing I'm worried about is how to convince myself that my £50 pw extra spending money (what's left over from my loan) is NOT to be used to satisfy my 'new clothes' fetish :rolleyes:
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