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    Doubt it will happen but yes.
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    (Original post by KinkyBear)
    r people really dat desperate!? >.>
    How is this a sign of desperation?
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    Not specifically, though it's obviously quite likely.
    Alas, the male:female ratio does not help :ninja:
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    (Original post by Yazmin)
    im not, not much talent at my uni!
    What uni fo you go to?

    I'm from east london too...

    As for me

    yeah maybe...

    edit: just saw middlesex.. oh what campus?
    Thats my 2nd choice but i'll be at trent park!
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    (Original post by A Fair Britain?)
    Won't go looking, but am certainly open to it.
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    I suggest you don't look and then you'll find. Eerily enough.
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    (Original post by KinkyBear)
    r people really dat desperate!? >.>
    Says the one who calls themself , "KinkyBear?"
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    Never say never, but I'd say it's rather unlikely.
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    (Original post by FashionADDICT)
    Says the one who calls themself , "KinkyBear?"
    :rofl: +ve rep
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    Apparently you're more likely to meet your partner at some unis than other. Apparently Durham (for example) had quite a high marriage outcome.
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    Would be nice but I might have to wait until after graduation. :/
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    (Original post by WoWZa)
    Apparently you're more likely to meet your partner at some unis than other. Apparently Durham (for example) had quite a high marriage outcome
    I swear that's an urban myth. A lot of girls I know are already taken before they even started university at Durham. I thought I'd take this myth one step further in asking out the local canteen girl out but it didn't go as planned. I was too old for her, apparently. Better claim my pension from the Post Office then.
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    (Original post by WoWZa)
    Apparently you're more likely to meet your partner at some unis than other. Apparently Durham (for example) had quite a high marriage outcome
    I've heard that being said about St Andrews as well.

    I didn't come to uni expecting to meet anyone. And so far I haven't. But I'm open to the possibility, it's just not on my 'to do list' regarding uni.
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    Definitely not
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    (Original post by elisabethbridge)
    I've heard that being said about St Andrews as well.

    I didn't come to uni expecting to meet anyone. And so far I haven't. But I'm open to the possibility, it's just not on my 'to do list' regarding uni.
    Yeah. Unless you really love your g/f or b/f am not really sure about the whole relationships thing. Others can become quite despondent if you say you're in a relationship, and you will meet lots at uni anyway.
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    I really hoped to meet someone at university - however he turned out not to be boyfriend material and I'm now back to where I started having just finished university. Which makes me wonder how difficult it's now going to be to meet someone. Uni is like a massive pool of potential boyfriends/girlfriends and I don't feel I'll get that chance again! However you shouldn't go to uni with the intention of meeting someone - you should go with the aim of having an amazing time, study, learn more about yourself as you change as a person and be happy in your own skin.
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    No i'm already married.
 
 
 

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