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abguitar1992 Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
Binge Drinking Washington To Ages Lower Source More St The Lead Louis In edited March 2010 in Fake Ids Scannable Fake Ids Scannable Desertfoxids Desertfoxids
Hi I'm a male high school senior from Boston and will be at UM next year. I just wanted to get somebody's opinion on the social life at UM. While I like to go to parties and drink, and am very social, I really don't see myself going to South Beach dance clubs consistently. Will I be fine at UM? I talked to a freshman who went to my high school and he said everybody fits in and clubbin' isn't necessary. He's a very down to earth kid so I trust him I just wanted somebody else's opinion, cause I love everything about the school, there's just that one unknown. Thanks.
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