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Old 25 October 2004, 15:12   #11
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Ah well.....guess the more the merrier although it'll just be a normal ribsters gathering now!!

Anyway, is the student bit the pull or the possibility of student females on ribs?
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Old 25 October 2004, 16:42   #12
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Me student, and female!!!

First year of an Applied Social Psychology (specialising in Forensics) course at UKC (University of Kent at Canterbury).

I'm up for ribbing, inbetween working full time and Uni full time!

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Someone has to do this so it may as well be me....

[OLDGIT MODE] Students with RIBS!! In my day we couldn't afford RIBS, we could barely afford the beer. Course we made sacrafices (like food) to ensure we did I dunno, the yoof of today have got it easy. RIBS? Mutter, Curse frown etc etc [/OLDGIT MODE]

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EASY???????????

I have had NOT A SINGLE PENNY from either my father or my mother (who I have not seen in years). My dad and stepmother got a brand new kitchen rather than help me pay for my education, and I have no other family to help. I have had to slog my guts out for the last year working with someone who tried to put me in hospital everytime I saw him, along with the rest of my team. I am still having to slog my guts out to try to afford the fees I have to pay, with no help from family. My boyfriend is wonderful getting out loans to try to help, but he works abroad so isn't around much.

The only time I get to play with RIBs is when I am volounteeting with the scouts, in the times when I should se studying at home or sleeping.

So don't bother trying to tell me that a student has an easy life.

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Clearly they dont teach you to have a sense of humour these days
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Sorry, I just get stroppy when people slate students and go on about what an "easy" time we have

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Thats OK. I know its tough. Mind you it was tougher when A levels were Properly difficult exams of course..........


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Old 26 October 2004, 03:10   #19
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I'm up for ribbing, inbetween working full time and Uni full time!

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Good for you Cherie.
But how on earth do you manage all that?

Keep up the ribbing!!!

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Old 26 October 2004, 04:33   #20
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Hi Cherie......glad to see youve got your priorities right (RIBs!!!)

Looks like numbers are building which is pretty cool. Didnt realise there were so many students with RIBs! Its great!

Like i said before, if anyone gets any ideas about things to do with the boats or fancy making some more definate plans as to what we could do an when, go for it. Im pretty useless at organising things sorry!

Looks like im going to have to get a working boat sooner than i thought too!
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