How often do they eat breakfast?

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As the date gets closer for my move in date I've been wondering how often uni students living in halls would make breakfast? If it is quite often i would consider making breakfast in the mornings more of a routine to help me get to know my flatmates
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Drunk flatmates like to burn bacon at 3am to the point of fire alarms at least once a week in halls was pretty standard breakfasts
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Drunk flatmates like to burn bacon at 3am to the point of fire alarms at least once a week in halls was pretty standard breakfasts
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Idc really. You can count on it that I will still be up at 6am making my weetabix regardless of what my flatmates are doing.
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Idc really. You can count on it that I will still be up at 6am making my weetabix regardless of what my flatmates are doing.
Fair enough :laugh:
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Most of my flatmates made breakfast but I can't say it was ever a social occasion. People have very different schedules and most aren't really up for any meaningful conversation first thing in the morning.

I'd focus on socialising at dinner time if you had to pick a meal time to socialise. There's more likely to be other people cooking or eating at the same time and cooking for each other makes more sense.
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Breakfast is probably not the best meal to judge.
You get people having early lectures, people having late lectures, people that get up early people that don't.
I would say the best meal potentially for everybody to get together would be the evening meal.
When I was at uni Breakfast was one of those take it or leave it meals.
I quite often would suffice with just a cup of coffee ☕.
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Most of my flatmates made breakfast but I can't say it was ever a social occasion. People have very different schedules and most aren't really up for any meaningful conversation first thing in the morning.

I'd focus on socialising at dinner time if you had to pick a meal time to socialise. There's more likely to be other people cooking or eating at the same time and cooking for each other makes more sense.
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Breakfast is probably not the best meal to judge.
You get people having early lectures, people having late lectures, people that get up early people that don't.
I would say the best meal potentially for everybody to get together would be the evening meal.
When I was at uni Breakfast was one of those take it or leave it meals.
I quite often would suffice with just a cup of coffee ☕.
Thank you for both of your responses! That makes complete sense and I realise that now.
I'm looking foward to meeting my flatmates and will definitely choose evening meal time to socialise and get to know them.
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Thank you for both of your responses! That makes complete sense and I realise that now.
I'm looking foward to meeting my flatmates and will definitely choose evening meal time to socialise and get to know them.
Sensible. I hope all goes well for you, with your chosen degree. What uni are you hoping to attend? What subject? Xx
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Sensible. I hope all goes well for you, with your chosen degree. What uni are you hoping to attend? What subject? Xx
Thank you! I'll be attending Birmingham City University. Living on campus starting 4th September and studying English Literature with my course starting on 21st September.
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Thank you! I'll be attending Birmingham City University. Living on campus starting 4th September and studying English Literature with my course starting on 21st September.
Well the very best of luck to you. Xx
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Well the very best of luck to you. Xx
Thank youuu
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How is your Mercades running?
Well remembered, running well although thinking of trading it in for another one, cant really decide at the moment, although could be tempted by the very good deals around at the moment. X
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Well remembered, running well although thinking of trading it in for another one, cant really decide at the moment, although could be tempted by the very good deals around at the moment. X
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How is your Mercades running?
I have to remind both of you that derailing the thread is against community guidelines.
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I have to remind both of you that derailing the thread is against community guidelines.
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You sound so professional hehe
(to stay on topic) Would you make breakfast regularly in uni halls?
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I have to remind both of you that derailing the thread is against community guidelines.
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Hardly de railing one small conversation.
Thsts rich coming from somebody, who has also been told themselves!!!!!
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Hardly de railing one small conversation.
Thsts rich coming from somebody, who has also been told themselves!!!!!
Just trying to maintain order - no need to create conflict. I do not appreciate that - there were a few off topic comments, which I had to make you aware of

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Sorry
No need to apologise lad, it’s all good, I’ve done the same, no problem.

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You sound so professional hehe
(to stay on topic) Would you make breakfast regularly in uni halls?
It’s just a rule that the thread must stay on topic, so just trying to save the moderators some time.
It depends on how good a cook you are, in my humble opinion, I’d just have cereal or toast because it’s quick and I’m tired in the morning, but you should do what you feel comfortable doing
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Just trying to maintain order - no need to create conflict. I do not appreciate that - there were a few off topic comments, which I had to make you aware of



No need to apologise lad, it’s all good, I’ve done the same, no problem.



It’s just a rule that the thread must stay on topic, so just trying to save the moderators some time.
It depends on how good a cook you are, in my humble opinion, I’d just have cereal or toast because it’s quick and I’m tired in the morning, but you should do what you feel comfortable doing
That's true. I think i would like to make simple breakfasts if any such as cereal like you said or even just a cup of tea with some toast or biscuits
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