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Drunk & Disorderly at Christmas

Anyone else watch this last night?

I know its wrong but I can't help but be amused by seeing little whinnet Chav's pissed out of their skull declaring they can take on the world, and especially the 20stone bouncer who has just thrown them out.

A particular highlight for me was the stripy jumper chav who turned up pissed at the cop shop asking to be arrested:D

On a more serious note though, what was shown is horrendous, and it makes me feel better about the fact I don't go out as much as I used too;)

Also, I really feel for the likes of the guy who had taken his family out and ended up unconscious, battered over the head[:0]

I was also disgusted by the fact that these little chav's can get pissed up, generally be a menace, have a go at the police, spew in a police van, and end up being fined 10 less than I was for being 10mph over the speed limit[:0]

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It was an interesting programme alright. These idiots never fail to amuse me.

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Anyone on here watching from behind the sofa in case they recognised themselves LOL:D

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I am 18 and can honestly say I have never "gone out" on a friday night etc. I know, I know, i might be sad to you but I don't have a good enough friendship with my group of friends who do go out and have done since 16 and it really doesn't interest me at the moment. Am i missing out?

Watching the program last night and the previous one on Cardiff (and the one on Nottingham a while back) it doesn't exactly inspire me to go "out on the town".

I also feel like if I was a 21 year old who did want to go out I would get very pissed off by 16 year olds or less being stupid around me.

I feel very much like the odd one out to not want to do this, I am one of only 3 in my sixth form I know that doesn't! Oh well.

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i didnt see the program, but shows like that do mostly highlight the bad things that happen.

But to be honest it is like that, you can go out enjoying yourself then the next get hammered round the head by a glass.

Im lucky really cause i dont get much trouble cause of my size but u do get some people having a go but I just laugh at them and they back down

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Depends, since starting uni, my workload ebbs lots, so im out when I can be, but up here as its a uni city, the amount of chav's is very minimal, so its very different to being back at home, where yu can definately feel at odds with the locals;)

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Paul, yes you are missing out!!!

Going out for a few drinks doesn't need to be a hedonistic, beer swigging, bashing people over the head experience;)

As the others have said, most us enjoy a good social life and see very little of this kind of antics, remember this is a TV show edited for maximum impact!

As for not having a good enough friendship with those who do go out, maybe this is exactly what you need to form those bonds.

And yep at the ripe old age of 23, I would get annoyed by 16 year old oiks, if I used the same bars as them;) Like I said, I don't out as much now, I spend more of my time in the gym know, I'm at uni and end up more often going for a meal with the girlfriend.

But I do still enjoy a good night out, and have done since I was a little younger than you, I know my limits, and although in my younger days I may have pushed them a little, I generally go out and have a good night without any adverse consequences.

I merely posted this topic as I find programs like this a real eye opener;)

In short tho, get out and enjoy yourself, or you'll regret it when your older (says the old man):D

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Old?! I take your comments and note them (along with the constant "come ons" from my friends!) but I still don't see it happening yet.

I hope I don't regret it. I also agree you could be right about my friends, who knows, soon you might not stop me!

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Which uni yu off to?

Its generally considered rude:D [sic] not to take advantage of good beer prices!
I can assure, yu will go out at uni, yu must escape Engineering some time, trust me!:D

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I had a mate like you Paul in sixth form, one friday night we managed to get him out, and from then on you couldn't hold the lad back:D

Ah.... more engineering students! a beer is def on the must have list at the end of a week of engineering lectures;)

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Yeah, I get that impression from the high number of hours compared to other courses.

I think I am off to UMIST (which will be Manchester University by next academic year) to "read" Chemical Engineering (wanted Oxford for general but I'm not good enough for the likes of them apparently, not bitter!) If not there for whatever reason I will probably stay in Nottingham. Loughborough is my other main choice but I stopped liking the idea of Loughborough.

If i went to Oxford I would have been permamently poor. For my interview I went out for lunch - got bored of the stuck up lot - and paid 3.40 for a simple bagette in a basic cafe.

Manchester is a very good student city I am lead to believe.

Why chemical engineering? Highest earning branch! [8D]
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Come to Leeds. Don't know what the Uni's like but I prefer the town to Manchester

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Where you get that notion from. I, like pst-unpronounceable have never "gone out". Been to the pub etc on the very rare occasion. I fell that i shouldn't waste my time and money watching people get drunk and making t*ts of themselves. I never drink. The main reason being, what is the point? If someone ever comes up with a good reason to i may start.

And i don't think i live an unexciting and boring life at all. I think it is a misconception that because i dont i must be boring and be as interesting as cardboard.

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Im from Manchester. Hate going out to town. Its a major arse.

Manchester in my experience appears to have a chav problem and a huge one at that, the Student area, out by Rusholme and esp Didsbury's a very good night out in the city as its effectively only students!

Erm, as for degree "reading", seems a bit strange, I havent picked a textbook in ages!

Oh, beer end of week!! No, more like every couple of days...

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Yeah, Manchester is a cracking night out:D Nearly went to UMIST my self! My Bro's GF does Chemical Engineering at Nottingham, another good uni, she borrowed my steam tables the other day so chemical engineering must be proper engineering after all:D:D:D

Just to plug my own uni, have you considered Durham? The course there is General (or unified) engineering, specialising in years 3 & 4 (for Meng), a good move to keep your options open, and make as informed a choice as poss about your future!

It does have the 'stuck up lot' too tho I'm afraid, or Rah's as we call them.

Loughborough is another good engineering uni, but is in the middle of nowhere:(

I'd def consider Durham tho if I were you, you get the college thing like with Oxford & Cambridge and you get to put Dunelm after your name (assuming you pass!)

One thing is for sure, wherever you go, expect to have the biggest workload of all your mates, my bro does medecine and does less than me, well up to now anyway, things will get heavy for him in his 3rd year:(

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