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Andrew Miles, a fourth-year student at Exeter, said that the website “used to be really popular.
Everyone used to use it a couple of years ago.” But now it only has 69 active members who have logged on in the past 16 weeks, 57 of whom are male.
A tour through the most dramatic and pivotal moments of British History, exploring off the beaten track to examine the forgotten, the strange, and the controversial.
From Pictish warlords to Reformation heretics, through questing knights, witches, spies, scientists, sportsmen, and soldiers, to the ordinary men and women engaged in shaping "Britain" and the British past.
Otherwise, people may read it literally.” But Oxford lads may be disappointed to find out the site is not a free-for-all sex site.
The moderators make it clear that “it is not acceptable to make random offers of sex, not even polite ones, unless the recipient’s profile makes it clear that they would appreciate such a message”.
Oxbridge is a word that is used to mean the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge in England.
It used to mean a fictional mix of the two universities, but now refers to both in real life.
Case studies range from late-19th century anarchists, the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the Stern Gang, Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the 21st-century concept of the non-state actor.The Oxford-centred nature of the site becomes clear when users create a profile and are asked to choose from headlines including “Amo, Amas, Amat: When in Rome, do as the Romans…”, “Dinner for two and wine?The economics are straightforward”, “The joy of 1/cos(x)” and “Messing about in boats is delightful”.The website was born out of a similar project in Cambridge, and in keeping with the Oxbridge theme the site offers the opportunity for members to arrange dates for May and Commemoration Balls.The Love Web, a “centralised flirt register of who fancies whom”, allows people to hook up without even having to give their name.
When he responds to what she said, she is upset, because he couldn’t telepathically infer what she meant!