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    Question in the title.
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    yes if you like to boil water.
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    Also if you are crazy about instant noodles as well :P
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    Ideally..its essential to have a kettle for everyone to share in kitchen. 3rd day and flatmates using it, i don't mind them using it as it's only water and used for coffee, tea, etc. At the end of the day, if they put it back and is clean. Everything's fine. 1st day, there was 4 kettles..so we decided to use one or 2 since there 7 of us here.

    having more than 2 in the place is pointless if its filled full amount and not going to be used by one person.
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    (Original post by fxytimi)
    yes if you like to boil water.
    ^ QFT
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    Yes. Get your own toaster and microwave too.
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    (Original post by jhomie)
    ^ QFT

    YES Quantum field theory is very interetng
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    (Original post by fxytimi)
    YES Quantum field theory is very interetng
    LOL, yes QFT can mean that, but in my context is was "Quoted For Truth"
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    lol, good man
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    Not really.
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    I didn't bother.
    It's not that far to trek to the kitchen to heat it up for a drink or a cuppa soup, or something like that.:p:
    I'd only get one for my room if I knew I would be using it a lot, whereas I did not.:p:
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    And a teapot.
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    Kettle = invites everyone in your halls along with a good cuppa :p: take my word for it!
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    my halls provides a kettle but im taking one anyway as im not sure what it would be like
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    I'm taking my own.
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    I maybe have a cup of coffee once every 2 months, so no, a waste of space.
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    I have one so I can drink copious amounts of tea. :yes:

    Plus, you can boil eggs in them (in theory...). Although you'd have to go to the kitchen to get eggs in the first place, so perhaps that isn't the most practical suggestion. Mm.
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    kettle is practically essential, even if not a cup of tea or coffee the kettle can be the fast way method to heat up water ready for any food your preparing, pasta, boiled eggs, making cake (though doesnt have to be hot), etc. for me..i find it essential because the kitchen that we have is thermostatic, so takes like 15 mins just for the thermostatic pan to heat up whatever content is in it.

    e.g. pasta sauce
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    Most halls have them, and for boiling water it's not really something you need your own one of.
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    Well they're only a fiver, it's hardly going to be an unfortunate investment either way.
 
 
 

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