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Hi. Am currently second year law student but haven’t made any real freinds at uni. Used to enjoy politics but I am tired of it. Anyone in london a member of Nice social groups i could attend to find things to do in the summer. Have autism so nothing to active - would perfer seated activites.
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Hi. Am currently second year law student but haven’t made any real freinds at uni. Used to enjoy politics but I am tired of it. Anyone in london a member of Nice social groups i could attend to find things to do in the summer. Have autism so nothing to active - would perfer seated activites.
Have you been to societies at your university?
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Friendly and London? Pick one
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Have you been to societies at your university?
I hate my uni and don’t want anything to do with anyone there.
Anyone here go to a book club or choir in London?
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I hate my uni and don’t want anything to do with anyone there.
Anyone here go to a book club or choir in London?
Tried searching for Facebook pages for choirs/book clubs?
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Try the meetup app. Kind of an online noticeboard for every kind of club you can imagine. Pick and choose the ones you like the sound of.
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Tried searching for Facebook pages for choirs/book clubs?
I’m too nervous to go unless I’ve spoken online before to someone going,
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I’m too nervous to go unless I’ve spoken online before to someone going,
I totally understand.

However, people are generally friendly and it'll be easy to start a conversation once you're there, even if you've never spoken to them online before.
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I’m too nervous to go unless I’ve spoken online before to someone going,
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Try the meetup app. Kind of an online noticeboard for every kind of club you can imagine. Pick and choose the ones you like the sound of.
All the books clubs seem women only when I am a Man,
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