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18 Simple Reasons Why Living at University Is Better Than Living at Home

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1. First of all, you’ll never be woken up by the sound of your¬†mum hoovering downstairs* at 6am.

*Or clanging utensils in the sink.

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2. Or by the landline phone ringing at an ungodly hour in the morning.

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3. If you’re in first year and living in halls, there are usually some¬†older students available to give you advice.

Including how to write the perfect passive-aggressive Post-it notes.

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4. You’re free to leave dirty dishes in the sink longer than¬†a day without fear of being kicked out the house.

Unless you’ve got a horrible¬†flatmate.

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5. And you can choose catered halls if you’re a disaster in the kitchen.

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6. You also don’t have to do laundry every single week.

“I’ll do it soon… Maybe.”

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7. You can wake up whenever you want to.

Wanna miss that 9am and sleep til noon? Go ahead.

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8. You can bring people back to your place.

Your flatmates might tease you a bit,¬†but that’s still better than having your mum see you come home with someone.

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9. And your housemates won’t call you lazy.

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10. There’s no late night curfew.

You can come home at any time and won’t have to sneak around.

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11. Meaning the party never has to end.

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12. No one is there to tell you off for mistreating your liver.

Anyone up for another round?

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13. And at the end of a night out, you can spend however long you want in the local kebab shop or McDonald’s.

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14. You never have to pester your parents for lifts to places

“Can you do me a favour?”

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15. And should¬†you own a car, your parents can’t confiscate your keys if you break curfew.

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16. We’re pretty sure parents enjoy having a break from their kids anyway.

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17. Even though you may miss your family at times, the freedom you have at university heavily outweighs the homesickness.

You soon get over the homesickness because uni is the best.

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18. And no one can dare accuse you of never having moved out of your parents’ house.

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