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    I do not think any of you will be bored soon>>>>>
    As an experienced Party animal I recommend Hardman street, always start at The Flute cheapest shots, cocktails, spirits etc in Liverpool also good value for money food,Not that we eat that much. Then onto town soo many bars and clubs then back to Bumper on hardman Street then Magnet till 6am then bed then wakey wakey back to the flute a pitcher of cheeky vimto £5-00 couple of shots of sambucca £1-00 each or bacardi n coke 99p and a burger, sets you up for another day in the life of a Liverpool student.
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    I have a job but I am only contracted 12.5 hours a week as I got this job when I was still at school in year 12, so the hours were to fit around school. I am doing as much over time as possible but unfortunately it's only like 20-30 hours a week so i'm in the same situation of being very very bored, I finished school like 8 weeks ago, in early May and have another 10 weeks or something until Uni, rofl, so boring ;<
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    These holidays are going so slowly. I'm working at least 5 days a week so have plenty to do, but still just want uni to start. Can't really go out much as i'm not 18 yet I've never wanted holidays to be over before.
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    I got a summer job at Clarks, but its a null contract so they just give me whatever hours they've got. Other than that I am so bored
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    I'm not bored, I'm just dead stressed. and I managed to fail my music exam yesterday, which adds on to the whole A-level nightmare. Sigh. I'm trying to get over this with sex, drugs and classical music.
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    I work about 30 hours a week so I'm not bored, just impatient for uni to start
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    (Original post by gooner1991)
    I am sooo bored,job hunting is failing miserably and I can't afford to go away this year. I just want to go to university!
    Never did I think I'd agree with a gooner!
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    I can't say I'm doing a lot with my time, but it's going too quickly for my liking! I don't like the idea of moving out in 2 months.. I love my home. I'm scared, haha.

    Though, give it another month and I may well be bored to tears by then, so things could change.
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    (Original post by Lucyyy)
    I can't say I'm doing a lot with my time, but it's going too quickly for my liking! I don't like the idea of moving out in 2 months.. I love my home. I'm scared, haha.

    Though, give it another month and I may well be bored to tears by then, so things could change.
    Trust me you will want to move soon.

    The only thing I've got to look forward to is Reading @ the moment, anyhow Deftones cancel their appearance I will go postal!
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    I'm ridiculously bored. No more shifts going at work, doing about 12hours per week, mainly on the weekends. Have less then a fiver to my name until payday at the end of the month. No money, little to do....I just want to go to Uni already. I'm literally willing the days to go by e.g 'wed = driving lesson at 2, thurs = dentist at 10' - just anything to make them pass.
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    my normal college year is from mid-august to the beginning of May. However, since I'm studying in London next year, I don't start until the end of sept. Yay for 5 month summer vacations! On the other hand, it means my summer next year will be like a month long. oh well haha
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    Its the uncertainty of the exams. I want to know for definate where I'll be in September so I can sort out what I'm doing. It sucks because like 4 of my favourite bands have all announced tours in October which I can't get tickets for because I don't know where I'll be. I don't want to get tickets near my firm choice incase I miss my offer and end up elsewhere and I don't want to get tickets near home incase I'm not at home.

    *Headesk*
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    I am so so so so bored because I only work 4 hours a week and I desperately need a new job and everything I want to do through out summer requires money so I'm a bit stuck but I'm also kind of dreading uni.
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    (Original post by steventhfc)
    Trust me you will want to move soon.

    The only thing I've got to look forward to is Reading @ the moment, anyhow Deftones cancel their appearance I will go postal!
    Had I the money to spare, I would have bought myself a Reading ticket to see Deftones alone. Why would they cancel though.. because of Chi?
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    Why is everyone bored?

    This is the summer - you should be out with your friends enjoying yourselves like everyone else
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    I'm working 20 hours a week and might be a fresher again after 2 years of university. Just want to secure a place on the new course and start asap! I am enjoying summer though. I've met up with college friends, had a few great nights out, lots of going out for meals and cinema as I actually have a job so I can afford it. Fun!
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    Ah, I wish I had the opportunity to be bored...

    I work two 70-hour and two 80-hour weeks a month, so that eats up most of my time. What spare time I have left is divided between learning Japanese, researching for a personal project, revising for another A Level, volunteering with children and keeping myself up to date with financial and legal changes. I also spend time, albeit a little less, socialising with friends and, of course, doing things with my partner.

    You don't have to be bored. There is alot you could do to keep yourself busy. And I can't wait for university to start...
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    (Original post by Devil in Your Details)
    Ah, I wish I had the opportunity to be bored...

    I work two 70-hour and two 80-hour weeks a month, so that eats up most of my time. What spare time I have left is divided between learning Japanese, researching for a personal project, revising for another A Level, volunteering with children and keeping myself up to date with financial and legal changes. I also spend time, albeit a little less, socialising with friends and, of course, doing things with my partner.

    You don't have to be bored. There is alot you could do to keep yourself busy. And I can't wait for university to start...
    such as.....
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    (Original post by jacy_babi)
    such as.....
    You are joking, right? I mean, it can be a little hard to tell through the written medium, at times.
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    (Original post by Devil in Your Details)
    You are joking, right? I mean, it can be a little hard to tell through the written medium, at times.
    im being serious. i literally have nothing to do.
 
 
 
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