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The only dentist who is destined to have no teeth

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Fourth year beginnings.

Hello blank word document that I have been staring at for 9 months. I could have had a baby in the amount of time it has taken me to blog. I could have popped out quintuplets and received gift vouchers from Toys R Us for my amazing overactive womb. If I was magical I could

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Life tips for the soon-to-be freshers

Some of you reading this may be newbies, cute little GCSE/A-level students wondering where to go next. Others may be post-grads, already with a head full of knowledge but buzzing for your next learning fix. Some of you may be adventurous “GAAP YAH” or international students desperate for a new place to explore and a

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Summer in Wales

‘ello there! Long-time no speak?! How ya’ll doing? Firstly megatron congrats for those who got their uni offers and are coming to joinnn meeehh in good old Caerdydd…land of the Welsh! Bring yee wellies lassies ‘cause you’re in for a puddle filled adventure! Filled with the awesomeness of dee Cardiff waters and the fields of

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Day Trip to Oakwood and City Road Food Rampage

Wanna know the best thing about Cardiff? City Road. Wanna know the worst thing about Cardiff? City Road. You will get fat…and you will like it. Not like “Oh look at my cute little food baby” fat… I’m talking discovering-my-long-lost-twin-and-endeavouring-to-ingest-her-so-now-my-BMI-has-doubled-and-I’m-a-chubba-monster…fat. Excuse the implied cannibalism and let me explain. So Cardiff is pretty multicultural. It’s a

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The final weeks of second year

So its summer, the sun is shining, the skies are blueeeee and everyone is freee from university! Ah who am I kidding? I’m a dental student. We don’t finish until end of July. END OF JULY. What is this cruelty they inflict upon us?! And we’re in Wales so blue skies are like raining watermelons.

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