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Anyone going there/already there/been there?

 

Whats it like?

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It's a big building with lots of students but that's not important right now.....

 

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I think it's meant to be decent tbh. I went to Newcastle, but the Northumbria lot always seemed more normal than a lot of the people on my course.

 

Guess it depends what you're planning on studying like, but you could do a lot worse.

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Guess it depends what you're planning on studying like, but you could do a lot worse.

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Think that's a lot to do with it actually...

 

Northumbria is very well acclaimed for 'arts' subjects IIRC. Didn't that tit who used to do the Clothes Show (someone Banks?) study there?

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

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It's the best or second best of the "New" Universities, which puts it below most the "Old" Universities. As has been said, it depends what you're studying but its forte is Fashion.

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

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:lol: Anything else is secondary.

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To be honest I think any University will be fine. It's more about the people you meet there and the place it is than any specific institution.

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To be honest I think any University will be fine. It's more about the people you meet there and the place it is than any specific institution.

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Thank you Trevor Brooking :lol:

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I went there. Decent Uni and the students are alot more down to earth than the REAL Uni across the street. I think it is mainly down to a lot more geordies going to that one.

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An important factor. Most girls go to uni thinking they will meet their future spouse. This must be exploited at all levels. They will mark you down as marriage material if you are both 'clever' and 'geordie' in my experience. This should have you knee deep by the end of freshers week.

 

God i wish i was young again.

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I went there. Decent Uni and the students are alot more down to earth than the REAL Uni across the street. I think it is mainly down to a lot more geordies going to that one.

182083[/snapback]

 

An important factor. Most girls go to uni thinking they will meet their future spouse. This must be exploited at all levels. They will mark you down as marriage material if you are both 'clever' and 'geordie' in my experience. This should have you knee deep by the end of freshers week.

 

God i wish i was young again.

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Basically it's easier to shag a geordie slapper than a posh tart you mean? :lol:

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I went there. Decent Uni and the students are alot more down to earth than the REAL Uni across the street. I think it is mainly down to a lot more geordies going to that one.

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An important factor. Most girls go to uni thinking they will meet their future spouse. This must be exploited at all levels. They will mark you down as marriage material if you are both 'clever' and 'geordie' in my experience. This should have you knee deep by the end of freshers week.

 

God i wish i was young again.

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Basically it's easier to shag a geordie slapper than a posh tart you mean? :lol:

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Thats a tough call Renton, i think the posh tart can be a strange animal. They are more likely to have a 'plan' which will involve a flurry of initial shagging (which is why i recommend going to the uni freshers nonsense too) but then will be looking to tie a man with money and pedigree down quite early before the next bitch gets them. Yer geordie slapper is not as complicated and will be a lot more accomadating in general. Of the two, the one that drains the balls the driest i wouldnt like to say.

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

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Whats the Poly?

 

I havent done any research into this Uni, except from what my course offers, I don't even know where it is.

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

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Whats the Poly?

 

I havent done any research into this Uni, except from what my course offers, I don't even know where it is.

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Its what old cunts call it as it was a Poly when i was around 16, as in a Polytechnic. Even after it changed which was probably around that time, we still called it the Poly.

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It's the best or second best of the "New" Universities, which puts it below most the "Old" Universities. As has been said, it depends what you're studying but its forte is Fashion.

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I misread that as "Fascism" for a sec....... :blush::blush::blush::blush:

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

182077[/snapback]

 

Whats the Poly?

 

I havent done any research into this Uni, except from what my course offers, I don't even know where it is.

182101[/snapback]

 

Its what old cunts call it as it was a Poly when i was around 16, as in a Polytechnic. Even after it changed which was probably around that time, we still called it the Poly.

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Ah right I see. I thought you were only about 24?

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

182077[/snapback]

 

Whats the Poly?

 

I havent done any research into this Uni, except from what my course offers, I don't even know where it is.

182101[/snapback]

 

Its what old cunts call it as it was a Poly when i was around 16, as in a Polytechnic. Even after it changed which was probably around that time, we still called it the Poly.

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them of us who are REALLY old remember that the Poly's used to be Training Colleges, Institutes and similar

 

When a lot of the (then) newer unis were created in the early 60's (York, Surrey, Leicester, E Anglia etc etc) they upgraded the old colleges into Poly's - these then became Uni's in the ?80s?

 

Supposed to be "inclusive"

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Basically it's easier to shag a geordie slapper than a posh tart you mean? :blush:

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Not true, the drunken ra's were easier to score with than the mackems at home.

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Always preferred socialising/pulling in the Poly than the Uni. Fanny tended to be better too. Your more likely to shag in the initial weeks at the uni but then get into a long dry patch. The Poly is more likely to deliver at a consistent level and hence more likely to wake up in a wet patch.

 

I presume thats what you wanted to know. Gemmill was celibate at the time so wouldnt know.

182077[/snapback]

 

Whats the Poly?

 

I havent done any research into this Uni, except from what my course offers, I don't even know where it is.

182101[/snapback]

 

Its what old cunts call it as it was a Poly when i was around 16, as in a Polytechnic. Even after it changed which was probably around that time, we still called it the Poly.

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Ah right I see. I thought you were only about 24?

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33 on thursday if you want to get me a card?

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When reading ChezGiven's advice, it's worth bearing in mind that he was captain of the Lacrosse team at Durham (Darrum if you're talking to him). :blush:

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When reading ChezGiven's advice, it's worth bearing in mind that he was captain of the Lacrosse team at Durham (Darrum if you're talking to him). :blush:

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I'll respond to that as am a new face round here and i dont want you spoiling my reputation before i've got one. What you said is completely untrue but i will admit to bringing a female rugby player off with her special hockey stick.

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