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Is it really how people say it is? With all the constant partying, drinking, sex? I don’t wanna disappointed when I go in September lol
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Nope.
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Not really, depends what uni you go to. However that is a rather out-dated view of Uni that is a left over of the 2000s Uni experience that seems to still be commonly believed by those who either haven't gone to Uni or graduated some time ago.
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not at all
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Is it really how people say it is? With all the constant partying, drinking, sex? I don’t wanna disappointed when I go in September lol
Mental, absolutely mental!! just took the biggest gap year of my life and had loads of fun !!!!
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It can be like that if you want to fail your degree 👌
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That sounds more like college life than uni life lol
At uni people are older, more mature, and therefore more likely to give a **** about work lmao
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That sounds more like college life than uni life lol
At uni people are older, more mature, and therefore more likely to give a **** about work lmao
I’m currently at college
And all of my classmates go to parties and get drunk every weekend and do drugs and stuff, and that forms 99% of their conversations’ content
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Is it really how people say it is? With all the constant partying, drinking, sex? I don’t wanna disappointed when I go in September lol
Depends on what you decide to do with your time. You can spend the whole of the degree without sex, drink or partying. Or you could decide to go out every weekend it depends on the crowd you decide to spend time with, it's what you make it.
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