- Apr 15, 2008
So I can't be the only one excited about leaving my shitty hometown in a couple of months, meeting lots of interesting people at uni, and dating them.
I know a fair few people who are doing that, or they've changed uni perferences so they are going to the same uni as their boyfriend/girlfriend. I think it's perfectly fair enough of you want to do that. But personally there is nothing and no one who could stop me from leaving my town hahaIs anyone else not moving away for uni because of love? i.e. choosing to stay with their boyfriend/girlfriend?
I would assume it happens here as well. And that's great because I think it's fantastic as well. I plan to personally be involved at these events. I've already conjured a great plan on what to do if I end up in one of these parties when girls are being impregnated all over the place.All these fantasies about picking up chicks and fucking them prob originate from american movies about college. Anyways, I doubt even a portion of that would happen in Australian universities. If I'm wrong, that would be great though =)
Hate to burst your bubble, but the most likely occurrence is that you will find friends in totally different faculties, randomly meet them because they are nice people (not because of the course they like). I understand what you're trying to say, but it's not like all Law students hang with all the other Law students.Haha when I go to uni, I won't be looking for love, but I'm sure it'll more likely sneak up on me at uni. Really, in school, you tend to go to the same school merely due to geographic location. However at uni, the people you meet in your course have the same academic interest as you, so the odds of a real relationship with them is so much higher.