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    Hey so its been one week however i wanted to start a thread knowing if i was the only one who hasnt really made any proper friends yet and ive noticed my current friend is avoiding me telling me to go in without her not to wait for her and avoiding me being around . Anyone got any tips on how to make friends at uni ?
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    You're not the only one and it seems like everyone in my uni has made new friends and I feel like the only person to have not made any friends. I thought I had made friends but they keep leaving me out so I guess we aren't really friends.
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    (Original post by emx123)
    You're not the only one and it seems like everyone in my uni has made new friends and I feel like the only person to have not made any friends. I thought I had made friends but they keep leaving me out so I guess we aren't really friends.
    yes thats exactly how i am feeling
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    I've made a few somehow. If an anti-social c*nt like me who doesn't deserve friends can make some friends then so can you. If you're struggling then join clubs or societies. Go talk to your flatmates. Speak to people on your course.
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    (Original post by Cookies89)
    yes thats exactly how i am feeling
    I haven't properly started my course yet so I haven't really met many people on it however I feel that I'm not going to make any friends as the majority of the people that go to my uni are not the type of people I would want to be friends with.
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    I've made a few somehow. If an anti-social c*nt like me who doesn't deserve friends can make some friends then so can you. If you're struggling then join clubs or societies. Go talk to your flatmates. Speak to people on your course.
    Lol same here. I hate socialising and somehow still made friends:rofl:
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    Lol same here. I hate socialising and somehow still made friends:rofl:
    I thought it was impossible for me and here I am. I wasn't even intending on making friends and somehow it just happened :rofl:
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    I've made a few somehow. If an anti-social c*nt like me who doesn't deserve friends can make some friends then so can you. If you're struggling then join clubs or societies. Go talk to your flatmates. Speak to people on your course.
    Awww thats the cutest thing I've seen on tsr all week
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    Lol same here. I hate socialising and somehow still made friends:rofl:
    thanks guys but it does feel like a lot of people have made little groups what should i do just go up and approach them ?
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    I had a slow start at uni, shared a flat with 4 boys who went to a different uni, but things picked up by Christmas, I made friends with people on my course who were similar to me and I joined two societies, one was something I wanted to try and the other was something I already loved
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    I've made a few somehow. If an anti-social c*nt like me who doesn't deserve friends can make some friends then so can you. If you're struggling then join clubs or societies. Go talk to your flatmates. Speak to people on your course.
    thanks
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    (Original post by Boredom101)
    Awww thats the cutest thing I've seen on tsr all week
    Wait, you being serious? It's not that cute
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    (Original post by iElvendork)
    I had a slow start at uni, shared a flat with 4 boys who went to a different uni, but things picked up by Christmas, I made friends with people on my course who were similar to me and I joined two societies, one was something I wanted to try and the other was something I already loved
    how or when should i talk to people thats what im worried about in lectures i suppose i cant in seminars i dont even know
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    (Original post by Cookies89)
    thanks guys but it does feel like a lot of people have made little groups what should i do just go up and approach them ?
    Yes exactly. Just walk up to them introduce yourself and that's it really
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    Wait, you being serious? It's not that cute
    Yeah I'm being serious, it was v cute.
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    made friends with my housemates (2 in particular) but tbh haven't really made any in my course and societies. A lot of people are local people and already know/knew each other and tbh i wouldn't really consider people friends unless i have talked to them a lot. Don't really help myself as don't drink and a lot of things that people bond over seem to be centred on alcohol so yeh, freshers and everything doesn't seem to be this friend supermarket that everyone made it out to be ngl so don't feel alone :console:
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    (Original post by Boredom101)
    Yeah I'm being serious, it was v cute.
    It wasn't my intention but thanks
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    made friends with my housemates (2 in particular) but tbh haven't really made any in my course and societies. A lot of people are local people and already know/knew each other and tbh i wouldn't really consider people friends unless i have talked to them a lot. Don't really help myself as don't drink and a lot of things that people bond over seem to be centred on alcohol so yeh, freshers and everything doesn't seem to be this friend supermarket that everyone made it out to be ngl so don't feel alone :console:
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    thats the thing i dont drink and i commute to uni i am not living there so thats a thing too so the only time i can really socialise is like lectures and seminars but its like even lectures i suppose it may be difficult ?
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    Yes exactly. Just walk up to them introduce yourself and that's it really
    agghhh big thing but yes thanks
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    It wasn't my intention but thanks
    You're very much welcome
 
 
 
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