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    I don't drink or eat pork but I wouldnt be too fussed about it in the fridge or anything since im obvs not eating it.
    Is it hard to make friends because you don't drink and are people generally respectful about thinks like your own utensils and pots/pans.
    I honestly wouldn't mind who I stayed with but I'm just worried about the kitchen situation
    Any fellow muslims there to share there experience
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    (Original post by atp20005)
    I don't drink or eat pork but I wouldnt be too fussed about it in the fridge or anything since im obvs not eating it.
    Is it hard to make friends because you don't drink and are people generally respectful about thinks like your own utensils and pots/pans.
    I honestly wouldn't mind who I stayed with but I'm just worried about the kitchen situation
    Any fellow muslims there to share there experience
    Honestly, you'll be fine. This is university, you're extremely unlikely to bump into people who will force you to drink like that.

    Most if not all universities have an Islamic society, so that could be a good place to make friends. Or I'm sure your flatmates will be just as welcoming too.
 
 
 
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