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    I'm gonna be going to university in the near future and was wondering if this would be able to occur.

    I mean I know there's stuff like clothes, and work-stuff like textbooks but I think it is possible.

    Is this the case ?

    Edit: Just noticed the pun
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    If you have the biggest suitcase in the world, it might be possible.
    + how much are you really bringing?
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    Simply no.
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    why would you want to try? jam everything into the family car and ask very nicely for parents to drive you.
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    NO...you're going to need lots more space then that!!! I mean your shoes alone will probably take up half a suitcase or more!!
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    no
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    No way.
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    Only if your a very accomplished packer... I barely manage to fit it all into a car...
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    I've got a friend who came down to Ox on the train from Edingburgh and they managed to fit all the essentials in a single suitcase. However, they were an expert packer (their duvet was the size of a laptop before fluffering!). You may find you need to buy stuff there as well.
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    Hells to the no.

    In first year I started off with just the boot of the car filled. Now after 3 years I manage to fill up the entire car, including passenger seat. Depends how much junk you got.
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    Well, it depends on the size of your suitcase doesn't it.
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    Maybe if your suitcase is the size of a family car.
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    One suitcase will take a duvet, pillow and couple of towels. If that's all you need then yes, it will all fit.
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    boy am i screwed then.
    urgh ill just have to send boxes by post i suppose :moon:
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    I started off with the boot of the car and a seat (that was incluuding a lot of food...) End of second year, and I'm very glad I can keep things in my house over the summer, as my stuff is probably nearer 2 carfuls...

    My mums car is a Peugeot 306 and mine is a 106, so not exactly large cars....
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    Of course you can, if your suitcase is roughly about this size..

    http://image34.webshots.com/35/1/87/...2uuebEN_fs.jpg

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    My books and dvds alone would fill one suitcase probably :erm:
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    Alright, I see maybe not one suitcase but how about a suitcase, holdall and backpack ?
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    Not even close. My stuff for university just about fitted in one carload. After a couple of years a suitcase, holdall and backpack would struggle to take my notes and textbooks, never mind anything else.
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    (Original post by OfftheTrack)
    Alright, I see maybe not one suitcase but how about a suitcase, holdall and backpack ?
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