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#23619

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I have been at this school for three years now, and I have to say, a lot of the people here have been really rude, mean, and judgmental. Ive made friends with a few great people, don't get me wrong, but a lot of times I've been blown away by the sheer rudeness of the people at this school. 

I had some guy come up to me in SLC who came from India to study here, and was telling me about how he has been trying to make friends, but everyone has been pretty cold or mean to him, and was trying hard to find friends here in Canada.

Blah. 

9 comments

  1. Op not to be a dick, but sometimes if everyone single person you talk is treating you rudely than maybe its you. Now time for my cliche, if you point finger you have three pointing back at you. I been here for five years and the people i have interacted with are kind, generous and fun.

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    1. Maybe OP is a part of the socially awkward engineer group or backstabbing AFM's or SJW Feminist Dance Therapy.

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    2. ^Or whatever you do, because apparently that produces salty-ass people like you.

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    3. 1.a seems to have nailed the dominant cliques in UW

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    4. I've been in AFM 3 years and I didn't even know 'backstabbing AFMs' were a thing.

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  2. Then maybe those indians should stop yelling in their own language to each other while the prof is teaching. Christ.

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    1. Those Indians already have friends. Why would they be seeking friends like this Indian dude OP is referring to?

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  3. If your female, i think i know what indian guy you're talking about. He hangs out in SLC all day and hits on random girls. Thats not the best way to make friends especially if ppl are trying to study.

    But to respond to ur overall post, i think this really just depends on your own personality, your program ect.

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  4. OP I'd tend to agree with you. I also agree with 3's first paragraph's last sentence. 2a made a racial generalization. 1's start with "Op not to be a dick, but ..." isn't convincing.

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