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    Has anyone tried revising for exams after getting drunk??? There is the matter of morality... It does feel wrong but the subject is uninteresting...

    So should I go ahead???
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    (Original post by s0vvy_blu3s)
    Has anyone tried revising for exams after getting drunk??? There is the matter of morality... It does feel wrong but the subject is uninteresting...

    So should I go ahead???
    Have you ever seen that program on the telly, "Drunk History". I think it would be fun
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    I've aced past papers when drunk
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    this is such a dumb question.
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    Yes, several times after going out XD.

    I would defo not do it now as theres only about 5 weeks until A2.
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    There was this one time that I got an A in an econ 3 past paper that I did as hw whilst i was completely shitfaced
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    Naturally, drunk revision is the best!
    I am going to try tomorrow!
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    (Original post by ODES_PDES)
    Naturally, drunk revision is the best!
    I am going to try tomorrow!
    How would you explain the bits of kebab all over your library books?
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    Too late for me to try today... Gonna sleep now... Have to go for a workshop tomorrow...
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    (Original post by s0vvy_blu3s)
    Too late for me to try today... Gonna sleep now... Have to go for a workshop tomorrow...
    Well that would be a great opportunity to have drunk workshopp...ing?

    perhaps a bit more irresponsible though
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    (Original post by Associativity)
    How would you explain the bits of kebab all over your library books?
    I have other problems too.
    I have to hang the books on a washing line to air them, because they stink of cigarettes.
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    (Original post by ODES_PDES)
    I have other problems too.
    I have to hang the books on a washing line to air them, because they stink of cigarettes.
    with burn marks from the ash?

    I remember at school I spilt half a cup of black coffee over one of my textbooks and because I new the librarian pretty well she just accepted it .

    Mind you, glad I bought most of my uni books, since I spilt half a pint of stout into my bag once, and trashed a few of them. Luckily only first year calculus/stats, but still, better than having to buy them for the library.
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    Drunk workshopping??? Haha... Could work... Heard this lecturer is bit tough though... But I might try it for some other workshops...
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    (Original post by s0vvy_blu3s)
    Drunk workshopping??? Haha... Could work... Heard this lecturer is bit tough though... But I might try it for some other workshops...
    *not recommended!*

    I know people probably do though!
 
 
 
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