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    (Original post by N!ck)
    I have been assigned SY.G.05.033 but ideally I wanted a room with a washbasin. What are then chances of getting one if I phone up and ask? I'm guessing very slim as they would have assigned me one in the first place if they could.
    SY.G.05.034


    Hello my next door neighbour!!!!!!
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    (Original post by n0c0ntr0l)
    SY.G.05.034



    Translate please. Thank you very much.
    Sycamore Court, ground floor, flat 5, room 34 I think it means. And hi neighbour lol.
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    (Original post by N!ck)
    Sycamore Court, ground floor, flat 5, room 34 I think it means. And hi neighbour lol.
    So seeing as we're gonna be living with each other, might as well get le prelims done. Hi, you breathe? Well I breathe too, let's be friends .


    but seriously what u studying? Oh and a nice simple q.... do u like to drink?!
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    (Original post by n0c0ntr0l)
    So seeing as we're gonna be living with each other, might as well get le prelims done. Hi, you breathe? Well I breathe too, let's be friends .


    but seriously what u studying? Oh and a nice simple q.... do u like to drink?!
    Physics, and I drink pretty much anything but I'm not heavy drinker as a) it's expensive and b) I can't handle it too well .

    I'm sure I can change all that during freshers though :P.

    How about you?
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    well, there's a picture in that link I posted so you can decide for yourself.

    owens park rooms seem to be a tiny bit bigger, but not by much.
    Is that a huge calendar on your wall?

    And were did you get that lamp from? Also that slanted window looks amazing :coma:.
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    (Original post by Daisuke)
    Is that a huge calendar on your wall?

    And were did you get that lamp from? Also that slanted window looks amazing :coma:.
    the slanted windows/roofs at whitworth would probably annoy me if anything (being reasonably tall)
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    (Original post by Daisuke)
    Is that a huge calendar on your wall?

    And were did you get that lamp from? Also that slanted window looks amazing :coma:.
    I think you've clicked on anatheme's pictures, not mine.
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    I think you've clicked on anatheme's pictures, not mine.
    Oh, my bad.
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    With regards to bedding what do we need to take?
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    a duvet, pillows, duvet cover - the usual. they give you a mattress cover, though. you can buy a bedding pack from them, but it's horrendous.

    I'd also reeeaaaalllly suggest investing in a mattress topper! the bed's are alright, but a nice comfy mattress topper makes a world o' difference.
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    Anyone else in Maple court, flat 4?:hmmmm:
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    a duvet, pillows, duvet cover - the usual. they give you a mattress cover, though. you can buy a bedding pack from them, but it's horrendous.

    I'd also reeeaaaalllly suggest investing in a mattress topper! the bed's are alright, but a nice comfy mattress topper makes a world o' difference.
    what is a matress topper

    also how well is the kitchen equipped? and what else is in the room? desk, chair, wardrobe?....

    thanks alot
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    (Original post by bean87)
    what is a matress topper

    also how well is the kitchen equipped? and what else is in the room? desk, chair, wardrobe?....

    thanks alot
    They're like a padded..topper that you put on your mattress. this is an expensive one, but I couldn't be bothered to search around -

    http://www.johnlewis.com/3343/Product.aspx

    I had a really nice one and it made such a difference. the beds are alright, but they can do with a bit of extra padding really.

    in the kitchen there's an oven, a hob if you're in maple/holly (I think) a fridge, a massive freezer, a kettle, a microwave (ours was amazing) table, chairs (dining and "recliner"), and a tv stand. that's it. toasters, george foreman grills, pans etc. are up to you. oh, and you get a horrendous ironing board but you have to supply your own iron.

    in your room there's a bed, wardrobe, desk with three drawers, a desk chair and a set of shelves - that's it. you couldn't get much else in tbh, although a few of my flatmates bought those little plastic trolley drawers from argos, they're pretty good.
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    They're like a padded..topper that you put on your mattress. this is an expensive one, but I couldn't be bothered to search around -

    http://www.johnlewis.com/3343/Product.aspx

    I had a really nice one and it made such a difference. the beds are alright, but they can do with a bit of extra padding really.

    in the kitchen there's an oven, a hob if you're in maple/holly (I think) a fridge, a massive freezer, a kettle, a microwave (ours was amazing) table, chairs (dining and "recliner"), and a tv stand. that's it. toasters, george foreman grills, pans etc. are up to you. oh, and you get a horrendous ironing board but you have to supply your own iron.

    in your room there's a bed, wardrobe, desk with three drawers, a desk chair and a set of shelves - that's it. you couldn't get much else in tbh, although a few of my flatmates bought those little plastic trolley drawers from argos, they're pretty good.
    hey, how big is the wardrobe? im seriously concerned about the lack of draw space!
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    (Original post by LdnShmoo)
    hey, how big is the wardrobe? im seriously concerned about the lack of draw space!
    drawer space is pretty limited really, although I managed and I have many many clothes. the wardrobe's an alright size, and it has a drawer in it which is really useful. I couldn't fit all my clothes in there though, I used my desk drawers, too.

    If you're really concerned, something like this will fit in your room -

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8753397/Trail/searchtext>PLASTIC+DRAWERS.htm
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    drawer space is pretty limited really, although I managed and I have many many clothes. the wardrobe's an alright size, and it has a drawer in it which is really useful. I couldn't fit all my clothes in there though, I used my desk drawers, too.

    If you're really concerned, something like this will fit in your room -

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8753397/Trail/searchtext>PLASTIC+DRAWERS.htm

    hmm i might have to invest in one of those. thanks!
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    helloo i'm in MA.2.29.196, anyone joining me or nearby ?!!
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    drawer space is pretty limited really, although I managed and I have many many clothes. the wardrobe's an alright size, and it has a drawer in it which is really useful. I couldn't fit all my clothes in there though, I used my desk drawers, too.

    If you're really concerned, something like this will fit in your room -

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8753397/Trail/searchtext>PLASTIC+DRAWERS.htm
    I was just wondering if you have to buy your own lamp or whether there was one provided?

    I cringed at the mention of an Iron above..Ugh, i hate ironing!!
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    (Original post by joe4wolves)
    I was just wondering if you have to buy your own lamp or whether there was one provided?

    I cringed at the mention of an Iron above..Ugh, i hate ironing!!
    there's no lamp, there's nothing except for what I said in the above list. they're pretty cheap to get from ikea.

    it must be done! although, I rarely did any..
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    there's no lamp, there's nothing except for what I said in the above list. they're pretty cheap to get from ikea.

    it must be done! although, I rarely did any..
    Well, cheers Oak House! Yeah, i got given an Ikea voucher so that should come in handy.

    Personally, i think creases add character haha. :o:

    Thanks
 
 
 
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