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    24/5 if i get in 2010 entry.

    as for kids after 30.
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    25, 26 if I intercalate.

    Babies? Might wait until closer to the time to decide these things :p:
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    I'll be 26 when i graduate and that doesn't seem particularly old to me.

    Oh, and balls to babies. It would take a helluva woman to convince me to have kids with her.
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    Hey, whats all this F1 and F2 stuff?
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    (Original post by appletree_1)
    Hey, whats all this F1 and F2 stuff?
    You're being serious aren't you?

    I know that you've typed this into google and the reason you're asking is because you didn't understand the definitions, or couldn't find them because they're so obsecure. Right? :confused:

    Oh and i'll be 26 when I qualify. Would have been 25 if I hadn't of intercalated. I'd like children before I am 30 but we'll see.
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    I was 22 when I graduated and for the first month of my F1 job
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    Originally Posted by appletree_1
    Hey, whats all this F1 and F2 stuff?

    You're being serious aren't you?

    I know that you've typed this into google and the reason you're asking is because you didn't understand the definitions, or couldn't find them because they're so obsecure. Right?

    Oh and i'll be 26 when I qualify. Would have been 25 if I hadn't of intercalated. I'd like children before I am 30 but we'll see.

    well, yes i am being serious because i really dont know what it means.
    and no, i did not type it into google.
    and yes, i still dont know what it means.
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    (Original post by appletree_1)
    well, yes i am being serious because i really dont know what it means.
    and no, i did not type it into google.
    and yes, i still dont know what it means.
    Crazy thought here, have you considered typing it into google and finding out? I know, its a crazy idea! :eek3:
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    As for kids. Well let me put it this way.In answer to the Sinatra question; It's how I like my eggs in the morning.


    Unfertilised.
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    (Original post by appletree_1)
    Hey, whats all this F1 and F2 stuff?
    Here you go, seeing as you're not search engine literate:

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=foundation+1+doctors
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    23 or 24....depending on if i decide 2 intercalate....
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    (Original post by Meltdown30)
    23/24/25 depending if I intercalate and on when graduation falls. (July birthday.)

    No babies for me. Ever.
    EVER?!

    I'll be 23, turning 24 in September.

    Hopefully by then I will have found some form of partnership
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    (Original post by fatal)
    EVER?!

    I'll be 23, turning 24 in September.
    Never. I am not a fan of children and they're not a fan of me.
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    Crazy thought here, have you considered typing it into google and finding out? I know, its a crazy idea!
    well thankyou for replying to me twice when you could have just told me what it means without wasting both our time
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    ha, i'll graduate before my birthday, so its still 24.

    but by the time i get down to work, its 25.
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    (Original post by appletree_1)
    well thankyou for replying to me twice when you could have just told me what it means without wasting both our time
    I will always help people who have shown they've made an effort to understand something and can't quite get their head round it, or with something that is hard to find.

    I won't help people who can't be bothered to use google. :rolleyes:
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    I would be 26/27 if I'm being optimistic.
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    (Original post by cor898)
    You say "plz" and lecture about spelling. The cheek of it. Now would you kindly return to the house given to you by your local council. thank you.
    Do you have a problem with people who live in council houses? Maybe you think they are necessarily less intelligent than you, if you consider it appropriate to stereotype them as having poor spelling. Arrogant and ignorant I'm afraid. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Edie_Too)
    Do you have a problem with people who live in council houses? Maybe you think they are necessarily less intelligent than you, if you consider it appropriate to stereotype them as having poor spelling. Arrogant and ignorant I'm afraid. :rolleyes:
    no why. I myself live in a house that is supplied to my family by the MOD so its sorta similar and both my grandparents live in one and they are quite intelligent
 
 
 
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