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Old 06-02-2019, 10:39 PM
Great-Bit-O-Stuff Great-Bit-O-Stuff is offline
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There's a "hilarious" video on YouTube of some "legend" in UCC getting four star pizza delivered in the middle of the lecture. The pizza delivery man drops the pizza up to his future colleague and takes the money, yer man has a slice to the laughter of the class, and the lecturer tells him to get out.

I'd be grabbing the fucker by the ear and fucking his pizza out the window with him attached
Mommy and Doddy probably paying for that scrote to go to college. There are some young people with a serious air of entitlement around that place.
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:43 PM
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Mommy and Doddy probably paying for that scrote to go to college. There are some young people with a serious air of entitlement around that place.

It'd be interesting to see if there's a correlation between the people who's education is funded by the parents and protesting against things like coffee cups.

Maybe if students were shelling out the money from their own pockets they'd be too busy studying to be standing around handing out leaflets about offensive signs and clever coffee marketing.
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:46 PM
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If the lecturer has been a crossdresser would there be the same reaction?

I have to laugh when I see UCC SU being all Liberal and supporting freedom and all these causes.

When I was in UCC we were deprived of seeing the world famous historian David Irving because the SU kicked up a fuss.

The funny thing was instead of speaking in UCC to a few hundred people he went on the Late Late instead and spoke to the country
Irving is no historian.
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:52 PM
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Mommy and Doddy probably paying for that scrote to go to college. There are some young people with a serious air of entitlement around that place.
used to work in an off licence near there and from years of seeing twits like these, its usually the ones away from home for the first time, "breaking out" from the farm, usually they go one or the other way, one is they calm down after a few months after the novelty has worn off or go wild, act the bollox and entitled as Doddy is paying my bills, then they still party all year(life of the class - and then majority will calm down after a few weeks except a few ) and end up failing and going home back to mammy/daddy who are wondering why their little Johhny is not in 2nd year..

.the high turnover from 1st to 2nd year is because these little shits cant grow up and think since they watched American pie or Old School, think the party goes on for life

I used to see these types in every day for two naggins of the cheapest vodka and cans, and act the shitehawk thinking theyre the shit
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:57 PM
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It'd be interesting to see if there's a correlation between the people who's education is funded by the parents and protesting against things like coffee cups.

Maybe if students were shelling out the money from their own pockets they'd be too busy studying to be standing around handing out leaflets about offensive signs and clever coffee marketing.
its mostly the ones who have doddy paying for their fees/J1's/nights out/expensive dresses for each of the balls through the year. Miss majority of lectures and theyre involved with the feminist society or students union which gives them an excuse say why theyre missing lectures and they'll pass them due to being involved with these groups (there were about 5/6 in my yearm each year showed up for maybe 20percent of lectures and each year I couldn't understand how they passed until one of them told me the trick was to get involved with the SU). I love its these ones who actually protest for fees but have enough for 4/5 nights out a week and barely show up for lectures

Majority of students actually don't give a shit or get involved, like myself and majority of the ones I associated with, we went in, went to majority of lessons, and then fecked off to our part time work and had nights out on our own dime
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Old 06-02-2019, 11:12 PM
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its mostly the ones who have doddy paying for their fees/J1's/nights out/expensive dresses for each of the balls through the year. Miss majority of lectures and theyre involved with the feminist society or students union which gives them an excuse say why theyre missing lectures and they'll pass them due to being involved with these groups (there were about 5/6 in my yearm each year showed up for maybe 20percent of lectures and each year I couldn't understand how they passed until one of them told me the trick was to get involved with the SU). I love its these ones who actually protest for fees but have enough for 4/5 nights out a week and barely show up for lectures

Majority of students actually don't give a shit or get involved, like myself and majority of the ones I associated with, we went in, went to majority of lessons, and then fecked off to our part time work and had nights out on our own dime

I remember I used to work in Mahon Point when I was in college, Thursday to Sunday. When everyone was fucking off to the new bar at midday on a Friday with their Tralee millions I was on my way into town to head for few hours on minimum wage.

We did it the hard way, kids these days don't know squat
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Old 06-02-2019, 11:14 PM
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I remember I used to work in Mahon Point when I was in college, Thursday to Sunday. When everyone was fucking off to the new bar at midday on a Friday with their Tralee millions I was on my way into town to head for few hours on minimum wage.

We did it the hard way, kids these days don't know squat
Plenty of kids these days work minimum wage jobs while in college.
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Old 06-02-2019, 11:17 PM
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Plenty of kids these days work minimum wage jobs while in college.

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Old 06-02-2019, 11:20 PM
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68% of students work to fund third-level education. More than two thirds of Irish students take on part-time employment to fund their third-level education. Annie Hoey urged home owners to lease out rooms. A total of 68% of students reportedly work an average of 17 hours per week during their college year.Aug 18, 2016
68% of students work to fund third-level education | Irish Examiner
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Old 06-02-2019, 11:23 PM
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68% of students work to fund third-level education. More than two thirds of Irish students take on part-time employment to fund their third-level education. Annie Hoey urged home owners to lease out rooms. A total of 68% of students reportedly work an average of 17 hours per week during their college year.Aug 18, 2016
68% of students work to fund third-level education | Irish Examiner

No link, no mention of minimum wage, and a big reliance on the number 68

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