After telling my (now ex-) girlfriend i was applying to Cambridge, she corrected me and said 'Oxbridge'. After 5 minutes or so of me trying to persuade her from her incorrect view that several years ago they decided to merge into one and became a super-university called 'Oxbridge', i saw that she was fairly adamant and so backed down with a 'Yes, dear.', rather than risk ridiculing her and not getting laid for a while. It was one of the most bizarre responses i've ever had though.
I've also had all of the 'Oh so you must be really clever then?' or 'Yeah, i could have got in but i decided i wanted to stay here and go to [university placed about 110th out of 120 in Times' ranking] instead.' Normally i mention Cambridge as quietly or as quickly as i can to escape the questions.
I also really wish i could convince my mates that just because i'm off to Cambridge does not mean that i've suddenly inherited parents who earn several hundred thousand pounds a year, own a small castle and once hired the queen as a servant. And that i also won't be changing my name to 'Hugo' or be saying 'Yah!' at the end of every sentence. The country bumpkins also seem to think that just because i have a neutral accent that i'm posh. Bastards.