(housing, friendships, future exams, all things 2018)
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So give or take 20-40 people started classes early at my school. It's not really a conditional program, but it's the same concept. They started maybe 3 weeks ago and are taking two courses. I won't be joining them until August with the rest of my cohort. They've been chatting up the C/O group, and to try to show a genuine interest in getting to know the folks I've engaged in a little dialogue with some of them. My question is would it be improper form to try to stir up more general conversation about how they're settling in, performance in classes (this program gives regular feedback), schedules, etc as the summer continues on?
- Danger Zone
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Never interact with anyone. It can only do harm. You need to be more risk averse now that you're going to be a lawyer.
Last edited by Danger Zone on Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:11 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Stay on TLS, where you can hide behind your handle and tar.
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I tried talking to someone once. I'm dead now, posting from the beyond the grave. Don't make my mistake.
- starry eyed
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Rc- you should invite to smoke them out. That's how everyone bonds these days. Just roll a fatty blunt and invite your classmates; you will have buku friends In no time
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Try to fish out fetishes of your classmates by feigning interest yourself. For example, ask if anybody wants to attend the next furry convention or NAMBLA conference with you.