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    Just like any other uni? normal? excessive? ... how is it?... Just wondering
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    Mixed really. There's as many people who binge all the time as drink hardly anything, if at all. Except Score on a wednesday (sports socials), which is a heavy night.

    There's less of a game culture though than collegiate unis, for example. Like pennying isnt really done, or "do you know the rules of the game?" at balls isn't known about. So it's drinking to get drunk, not because of the fun of it.
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    (Original post by aza484)
    Mixed really. There's as many people who binge all the time as drink hardly anything, if at all. Except Score on a wednesday (sports socials), which is a heavy night.

    There's less of a game culture though than collegiate unis, for example. Like pennying isnt really done, or "do you know the rules of the game?" at balls isn't known about. So it's drinking to get drunk, not because of the fun of it.
    that's kind of lame... lol
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    I really hope I find me some lovely people who's lives dont revolve around drinking
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    (Original post by plus_one)
    that's kind of lame... lol
    Yeah, but its not all the time, and certainly not everybody.

    The culture is really diverse at Warwick for everything. Everyone has something for them.
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    (Original post by MademoiselleMaryam)
    I really hope I find me some lovely people who's lives dont revolve around drinking
    :dito: :shakehand
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    as i said, there are so many people, you will.
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    Encouraging news. So for those who don't want to get drunk, what do people do instead after classes etc?
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    (Original post by T_Bag)
    Encouraging news. So for those who don't want to get drunk, what do people do instead after classes etc?
    Well, you can drink without getting drunk! It was like 6 weeks into the first term before I got very drunk (probably as then I could trust people to point me in the direction of my bed!). And you can go out and not drink (if you are ok with drunken/tipsy people if you plan to go to the union).

    But otherwise, it's the usual: Sport clubs (join one) / Sport activities (gym/running/pool/snooker/tennis) / Society meetings (like meals out, discussions/debates/films [depends on what the society does] / Watch film / Read / Talk!

    Add in the chores of life, like washing and cooking and your day is gone!
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    (Original post by spark911)
    Well, you can drink without getting drunk! It was like 6 weeks into the first term before I got very drunk (probably as then I could trust people to point me in the direction of my bed!). And you can go out and not drink (if you are ok with drunken/tipsy people if you plan to go to the union).

    But otherwise, it's the usual: Sport clubs (join one) / Sport activities (gym/running/pool/snooker/tennis) / Society meetings (like meals out, discussions/debates/films [depends on what the society does] / Watch film / Read / Talk!

    Add in the chores of life, like washing and cooking and your day is gone!
    Lol and doesn't anybody study? :p:

    Wow seems nice!
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    (Original post by T_Bag)
    Lol and doesn't anybody study? :p:
    lmao...nahh, I guess they do that in their spare time
 
 
 
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