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    If you share a room at uni, is it in the form of bunk beds or is it usually two single beds in the same room?
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    Nah you have to share a double bed.

    Bunk beds hahahaha.
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    twin beds....ie 2 single beds....i think

    love Katy ***
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    it'll be two singlebeds in one room.
    hehe imagine the arguments bunk beds would cause on the first day of term...."i want the top bunk"...hohoho
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    I might get in touch with Birmingham to request that I don't get shared accomadation - I would really dislike that.
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    (Original post by Chubb)
    I might get in touch with Birmingham to request that I don't get shared accomadation - I would really dislike that.
    You and every other undergraduate.

    Except for any yanks. They love that room-sharing batty stuff.
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    (Original post by Dr. Blazed)
    You and every other undergraduate.

    Except for any yanks. They love that room-sharing batty stuff.
    I preferred to share a room.
 
 
 
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