I was annoyed enough to find that there was only one self-catering undergrad place. Waaaay more annoyed to find this as well.
Aberdeen, I am Unimpress.
Looking at accommodation for uni:
Aberdeen has three campuses. All university accommodation is in Old Aberdeen campus…
…which is two and a bit miles from the Biomedical department building.
I have ME. I cannot walk two miles every morning, put in a full day’s work, and walk two miles again to get home. Not if I expect to be able to drag myself around the kitchen or out to get food. Not if I expect to get homework done. Not if I expect to be able to move the next day.
Why would you build three campuses and only have accommodation on one of them?
worldbeing asked: I'm disappointed because my gender means that I can't join in on the efforts to reclaim the fedora for feminism - I'd just look like a common-or-garden misogynist. This is clearly misandry.
I like this ask. When the feminazi utopia comes, you shall be spared the lash.
cakeandrevolution asked: lol, the no fedora rule really just applies to men under the age of 60.
I know. I’m being facetious because that’s what I do with my life. :3
That said, I still think reclaiming the fedora should happen. Fedoras are nice hats. Plus we get to steal everything the MRAs hold dear.
FIRST THE HATS. THEN MISANDRY WILL REIGN SUPREME AND MEN WILL BE DRIVEN TO SUBSERVIENT SEX-SLAVERY, ALLOWED OUT ONLY TO FIGHT OUR WARS AND DIG IN OUR MINES.
MY SISTERS AND SIBLINGS (butnotbrothers) THIS IS THE FUTURE I DREAM OF! THIS IS OUR FEMINIST UTOPIA! ALL SHALL WEAR FEDORAS AND WEAVE THEIR BODY HAIR INTO CLOTHING, AND LAUGH AS THEY WHIP THE FEEBLE MENFOLK. ALL SHALL LOVE US, AND DESPAIR!
- Use the term “feminazi”
- Wear a Fedora
But what if I’m only wearing the fedora because I enjoy the snappy style of 1920s men’s fashion?
(I do not, in fact, own a fedora. However, if I saw a nice fedora that fitted me and was cheap, I would definitely buy it to bulk out my hat collection with one that didn’t make me look like a street urchin or gamekeeper. They can’t take that away from me, oh no they can’t take that away from me)