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    (Original post by gaijin)
    Yeah but if you do that, you might get ostrichised.
    I think you just won in life. Congratulations. Super lol.
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    (Original post by TomQMU)
    This is more about fashion but schmeh:
    Glasgow University magazine
    I'd just avoid wearing mini-skirts and painting your skin orange and sleeping with the whole rugby team, at once.
    i am student no.3 without the tea
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    (Original post by Bear_Grylls)
    I wasnt aware that universities had different types of sterio's, i think youll find most people use the internet to listen to the radio anyway



    It took me far too long to get what you were talking about... blonde moment :p:
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    (Original post by gaijin)
    Yeah but if you do that, you might get ostrichised.























    What?
    :>.<: Terrible, sir. But I like it.
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    I have a 12 inch black beard, wear an arabic attire including sandals and a turban, and come to lectures on a camel. People categorise me as a muslim. It's very annoying.
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    (Original post by TomQMU)
    This is more about fashion but schmeh:
    Glasgow University magazine
    I'd just avoid wearing mini-skirts and painting your skin orange and sleeping with the whole rugby team, at once.
    oh dear, I am most definately student 4 except all my clothes are black. anarcho hippy-punk ftw
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    dunno...I will just wear jeans and collar tees...
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    Sure, there are stereotypes, but they're far less obvious than they are in high school. In high school, everyone of the same stereotype tends to stick together, whereas in uni, you'll get a group of friends with a geek, a rocker, a hippy, a preppy ... it's all a lot more mixed.
 
 
 
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