What are the main ways people get girl/boyfriends during uni in your experience?

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kkona
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is it mainly like accomadation or from like random parties, Is it even possible to get one from your course because I dont know how people even get partners without being drunk. what are the main ways in your experience that you found a partner, and how will covid affect this
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The only girlfriend I have had in my 2 years of university I met outside of university.
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Don't try and 'get' a partner whilst drunk.

If you can't converse and make friends with people sober, you're not mature enough to have a relationship.
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Don't try and 'get' a partner whilst drunk.

If you can't converse and make friends with people sober, you're not mature enough to have a relationship.
Nope not how this game works buddy , women won't talk to you if your an average or below average male unless she is drunk
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The only girlfriend I have had in my 2 years of university I met outside of university.
And how did you do that?
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Nope not how this game works buddy , women won't talk to you if your an average or below average male unless she is drunk
Oh, I see you are trapped in a victim mentality, that is sad. Makes answering your response to me pointless.
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Oh, I see you are trapped in a victim mentality, that is sad. Makes answering your response to me pointless.
Aight cool so I'm assuming your "good personality" attracted a woman , definitely not your white and tall genetics
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Aight cool so I'm assuming your "good personality" attracted a woman , definitely not your white and tall genetics
:lol: just :lol:
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When the incel jumps out and you're not sure if you should troll or ignore them.
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Nope not how this game works buddy , women won't talk to you if your an average or below average male unless she is drunk
Define 'average'. And what happens when this girl is sober and meets you again?

Decent personalities will attract the same. Women will talk to you if you are interesting to talk to, not if you're a slobbering drunk.
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Nope not how this game works buddy , women won't talk to you if your an average or below average male unless she is drunk
Oh yes they will. OK, not all of them all of the time. But enough of them enough of the time. All you need to do is talk to them in the right way. Books, articles and youtube videos have been made showing you how to do this (although there's also a lot of stuff on the internet that gives bad to mediocre advice in this area).

Treat the whole student community as one big family. Which it is.
It's one big social circle.

So get socialising. Talk to people. Make friends. Everywhere and anywhere.
Don't be one of those cliquey students.

Take the burden of starting conversations with people that you meet.
Renivent yourself into a more positive, friendly, flirty version of yourself.
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