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      12 months until graduation. Ooh yes.

      I’ve been putting a fair bit of thought into where I want to move after I finish life at Queen’s. Britain is an obvious choice as my main focus will be on game development firms, but I’m also excited about targeting more IT-based firms such as Microsoft, Google or DemonWare.

      I really love the Dublin vibe (especially when walking through Trinity or watching the Guards patrol St Stephen’s Green on their horses!) and have been putting serious thought on moving into the city.

      What do you reckon, folks? Obviously everyone will have a different experience of living in the city, but it would be interesting just to get general feedback on what you think about living in the city. What do you love about it and what do you hate about it? And I still don’t understand this whole North/South of the river business. Or is that a can of worms?? :P

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      Where is the Southsider one?

      Southsiders Love…
      1. Saying ‘Omg Tristan, I knoooooow’
      2. Going to Cafe En Seine

      etc…

      :?:

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      There’s some good ones in the Ross O’Carroll-Kelly books… very funny
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ross_O%27Carroll_Kelly

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      Where is the Southsider one?

      Southsiders Love…
      1. Saying ‘Omg Tristan, I knoooooow’
      2. Going to Cafe En Seine

      etc…

      :?:[/quote:94677122de]

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      fuzzy hair slightly bleached

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