11 Things You’ll Understand If You Lived In Victoria Halls at De Montfort University
Living in halls really is one hell of an experience.
It’s your first taste of real freedom, living with a couple of hundred hormonal, horny people who, who for the most part, want to get as mortal as possible as frequently as possible.
Although halls in general are pretty similar, here are some thing you’ll definitely get if you lived in De Montfort’s Victoria Halls.
1. Sharing a kitchen was all good for the first month, but it soon turned sour.
Your food mysteriously went missing, there were more spoons than knives and forks, and dishes piled higher than Mount Kilimanjaro.
2. Block F-un.
It didn’t matter which flat you were in, if you were in block F you were guaranteed to have a blast. There was always some chaos going on.
3. Getting noise complaints every Saturday night.
It was only 11.30pm and the security guard had already been up twice to tell you to ‘turn the music down’.
4. Never being able to find the address when ordering online.
Ordering online is supposed to be easy, right? Not when your postcode doesn’t match and your street is non-existent.
5. Then getting that call on delivery day when they couldn’t find you.
You spent ages giving them directions, then when they finally turned up they said: ‘Oh, we’ve passed this loads of times.’
6. The security guard practically knew everyone’s Domino’s order.
If you ignored the phone call from the delivery driver he’d even bring it up for you. 🙌