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    right, well out of curiosity i was just wondering how many people met their bf/gf at uni - in halls (especially flatmates), on their course or in societies?
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    My current girlfriend is a flatmate of mine.
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    I met my boyfriend at uni, he's not a flatmate or on my course.. we met in a queue, but turned out we shared one module.
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    (Original post by Y'anami!)
    I met my boyfriend at uni, he's not a flatmate or on my course.. we met in a queue, but turned out we shared one module.

    aww thats cute
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    I didn't meet my ex at uni, but I broke up with him there . . .

    I have some friends who met their other half at uni - one couple just celebrated their one year anniversary.
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    Met my bf at Uni. We're in different colleges (therefore live opposite sides of campus), and don't do any subjects together.

    Been together over a year now.
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    my bf found me on the uni facebook page, got talking on msn and met upin the student union a couple of times to watch he england match and stuff.
    wasnt looking for a bf, he asked me out wen i did no flirting or anyfing,proves he likes me for who i am =D best feeling ever
    he's my first bf
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    My boyfriend lives juuust down the corridor from me in halls
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    My bf lived eight doors down the hall from me last year. It's been six months now (over a year since we met though) I think it has something to do with the amount of time you spend with the people you live with.
 
 
 
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