New Cambridge students October 2005: let's get to know each other!Watch
I'm petrified of London- I find it so huge and frightening, I go to a school in a city, but even its in a very suburb area, nothing like London. But I do love the culture and the arts in London- there just seem to be so many cultures and nationalitites there which is amazing.
I live in the N-E suburbs which has to be the most featureless boring racist ignorant place on the planet.
I think i've had a very sheltered upbringing in a very rural area, and going to a v good all girls school- so in a way I don't think i've "lived" life truly. But I hate how when i'm in england and ppl ask where Im from (I dont have an irish accent) and I say ireland, they seen to exchange glaces as if im some member of a terrorist or sectarian organisation, when in rleaity I think I know less about the politics of irleand than many people in eng would know- they see it all in the news, thinking i live and see it every day, when the truth is i've never witnessed any kind of violence in 'real life'!
Sheltered is ok to an extent... i think i've seen more than i wanted to
St Patricks day in cambridge was quite good 2 yrs ago, they celebrated it more there than they did in bfast!
some of the things she says are just so shocking, it's brilliant!i'm also doing it for my english lit, think id be so embarased studying and discusisng it if I wasnt at all-girls school
It's so hilarious when someone says- "She didnt....she did... no- she said the 'c' word"[gasp]. And my eng teacher is a real feminist so its just so much fun in our class criticisng men and medieval society
lol I remember I was chatting to my ex on the phone one day and he came out with a really sexist comment on something to do with medieval lit and how their idea of women was right or something stupid like that, and I ended up slamming the phone down on him