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    NAHHH.. they all look really fun :yep: ohh FB
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    you seem shallow (directed at OP)
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    Nope. I've not really bothered looking, but those I've seen, all seem to be really cool people.
    Well people do say I am pretty cool :p:
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    (Original post by THATS*ME)
    What do you do in such a situation?
    Stop being shallow?
    (Original post by ohaidani)
    A lot of the people joining the facebook group this prematurely would surely be quite arrogant? A lot of them will be too unconfident to join until after results day, so wait then.
    Another exaggerated conclusion ambushed using zilch evidence...
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    (Original post by THATS*ME)
    I was so put off by the people I saw. They just arent the people I'd make friends with!!

    Anyone else??

    What do you do in such a situation?
    so you can know a person by looking at their facebook? I think it says more about you that you think that people's lives can be effectively show through facebook than anyone you saw
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    No, because I'm not shallow and superficial.
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    (Original post by Brap pap pap)
    Not at all, after all you can't judge how someones personality will be from a picture, just because someones interests or dress style is different from yours, doesn't mean you won't get on, that is unless you'd be unwilling to meet and get to know people from different backgrounds and life styles.
    i knew before i opened it that i was gonna find you posting in this thread somewhere!

    /irrelevance
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    Before I got to uni, almost none of my uni friends, other than flatmates, were my Facebook friends. Some of them didn't join the right groups, some of them I just didn't notice, and others (shock-horror) don't have Facebook. Don't panic, you'll find people similar to you without too much effort
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    (Original post by Transatlanticdrawl_)
    lmao can't be me you're talking about then, wading half naked into what can only be described as, sewage
    You mean it's not a standard part of British culture? :p: Heh, you're going to be one of the popular kids, I bet, and I'm going to be the weird looking foreign kid that no one wants to sit with at lunch :sadnod:
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    (Original post by ifyougotthemoney)
    i knew before i opened it that i was gonna find you posting in this thread somewhere!

    /irrelevance
    HOW SO!?! You know me too well

    Iloveu.
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    (Original post by Dissey)
    You mean it's not a standard part of British culture? :p: Heh, you're going to be one of the popular kids, I bet, and I'm going to be the weird looking foreign kid that no one wants to sit with at lunch :sadnod:
    Haha don't be daft you know that's not true. I've never been popular in my life tbh, and besides, us geeks stick together
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    (Original post by Brap pap pap)
    HOW SO!?! You know me too well

    Iloveu.
    'cause it was what we were talking about like half hour before ahaa yes i do and i love you too :p:
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    (Original post by Transatlanticdrawl_)
    Haha don't be daft you know that's not true. I've never been popular in my life tbh, and besides, us geeks stick together
    I was never one of the popular kids either, lol (more like the one they made fun of), so hopefully we'll be in a more suitable medium. And speeking of geeks, a friend of mine got me the most kickass book for my birthday, it's called Why Does E=mc^2 and it's co-authored by Brian Cox who presented What on Earth is Wrong with Gravity? which I am sooo lending you when I get to Bris.
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    assbook sucks ass
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    (Original post by Dissey)
    I was never one of the popular kids either, lol (more like the one they made fun of), so hopefully we'll be in a more suitable medium. And speeking of geeks, a friend of mine got me the most kickass book for my birthday, it's called Why Does E=mc^2 and it's co-authored by Brian Cox who presented What on Earth is Wrong with Gravity? which I am sooo lending you when I get to Bris.
    I really want to read that

    I'll let you have a churn through one of mine, I've got afew from Waterstones this year, some real good ones :teeth:
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    Haha, how narrow minded can you be? They probably think the same of you.
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    (Original post by THATS*ME)
    I was so put off by the people I saw. They just arent the people I'd make friends with!!

    Anyone else??

    What do you do in such a situation?

    yeah mate i found exactly the same thing but don't worry about it - you can be assured that all the gimps have joined the group whereas loads of cooler people won't have bothered...

    what uni is it anyway?
 
 
 
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