‘Any advice for starting uni?’ … Learn to use a laundromat. Basically if there’s any household chores that you’ve been kind of lazy and leaving to your family to help you out with, you need to learn to do them. You need to learn to shop for basic supplies, you need to learn to cook, you need to learn to clean, you need to learn to do your laundry. ‘Cause you might be like 'I know how to do my laundry’ and then you get shoved into a queue in a laundromat, honestly traumatising. When I was at Manchester Uni, I’m like 'okay, got to go wash some clothes’. I go down there. There’s like a hundred people. I start freaking out, 'cause you know, people, outside, you know, experience. And they’re like queuing and I’ve never used a laundromat 'cause my family had a washing machine, so I was like 'I literally don't know how to work this machine’. What’s the etiquette of waiting? Do you just leave your clothes because then I’ve heard horror stories of people like taking other people’s clothes out and I was just like *freak*. So you need to… That’s what I say. Join some societies, even if you don’t go to them. Because it’s good to make friends and just get to know people. 'Cause the thing is, at university these days - and I don’t care how old or young you are - you can join a club. There will be something that represents you. There’ll be a YouTube fan club, there’ll be an anime club and you might be like 'I don’t like meeting people and making friends. That’s scary’. If you’re at university and you go to a freaking anime society, everyone there is going to be a weeb nerd like you and then you’re probably going to make a couple of friends. And even if they’re not your best friends ever, sometimes it’s just nice to know some people. And if they have like some crappy activities or you meet up every Wednesday, it’s just nice to have some human contact regularly in your life.
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