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    Im a first year student at uni. I have been thinking about getting a girlfriend at uni for the past year but with no luck. Anyone know how I can potential find a girlfriend. Not being desperate or anything, I just want to find a soulmate that I can sometimes spend time with.

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    (Original post by sdf1444)
    Hi

    Im a first year student at uni. I have been thinking about getting a girlfriend at uni for the past year but with no luck. Anyone know how I can potential find a girlfriend. Not being desperate or anything, I just want to find a soulmate that I can sometimes spend time with.

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    Don't try and force it, when you do that it never works just let a relationship build on mutual grounds!


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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Are you part of any societies?
    Yes i am.
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    Dont force it, just start talking to someone and hope for a spark, hang out a bit.

    Dont go for someone on your course or a flatmate because if something goes wrong then it could be really awkward
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    (Original post by Katieludgrove)
    Don't try and force it, when you do that it never works just let a relationship build on mutual grounds!


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    What do you mean by mutual grounds?
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    Buy one on amazon.co.uk
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    Societies are probably the best way to meet new people, but if you do extra activities such as volunteering that just opens up more opportunities.

    I haven't had any luck in my first year, personally, but from what I've seen it's the best option. You might be able to meet someone on a night out, but I wouldn't rely on it too much!
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    I feel like i am missing out because some of my friends have girlfriends. Do you guys think i am missing out. What should I do for next year? Its just I dont want to finish uni without having made a girlfriend.
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    Do you even lift, bruhh
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    (Original post by Alexion)
    Buy one on amazon.co.uk
    10/10 would not do again
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    Horse riding club is a cert.
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    Confidence is key here, just be outgoing & social. Societies a probably your best bet but try not to rush things, get to know the girl first, then after a while ask her out for a drink or something, after that hopefully something serious will develop, good luck!
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    what a pathetic and depressing thread
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    what a pathetic and depressing thread
    No its not. Now go away.
 
 
 
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