After years of low self-esteem and the like, and no concrete attention from the fairer sex, I went to Uni and met the most wonderful woman.
She lived in my Halls at Uni, we got chatting through a mutual friend at dinner second week of term, went for a walk down to the Lake and kissed…absolutely wonderful :-)
I love her, truly, utterly and totally. I want to be with her and to make her happy. My feels are…indescribable.
A word to the wise – it’s not easy. Getting one for me was difficult, figuring out what to DO to please her and make her happy is something I’ll never finish finding out. We have rows and problems, every couple does – but I’ll always love her, always. She’s everything to me, and I really hope we work out. I’ll do my best to.
It’s worth it guys. Women will make you feel as bad as you have ever felt, but also more wonderful than you could have ever dreamt of. Mine has.
Coming from a rural area, it was quite difficult to get to gigs, especially transport back from gigs. So I didn’t go.
I then moved to Nottingham for University, home of the epic, Rock City venue.
In my first week, we had Feeder as guests for our Week One party, since then I’ve seen Madina Lake supporting Papa Roach, Funeral for a Friend, Alabama 3, Dommin supporting H.I.M and couldn’t be happier!
Well worth the expense for most of these gigs (a couple were underwhelming) but I’ll remember these nights forever.
Definitely worth doing.
Studied three modules of philosophy in my first year at the University of Nottingham.
Last Semester I studies Obligation, Dissent and War from the actual Philosophy department which was possibly the best module I did all year. And I did quite well in it! We discussed the obligations we have to a state, or whether they exist, how a state should be formed, what are legimate forms of dissent, and the jus in bello, jus ad bellum and jus post-bello concepts.
All useful when in my political philosophy modules from my school of Politics and Internaitonal Realations, we studied people like
All very interesting, if difficult, and I’d highly recommend philosophy to anyone.