Poll #571576… - Sally's Journal
Oh, no-one who anyone knows, a person-with-no-LJ I know from when I was an undergrad.
Have you taken the 'cambridge is very small (tm)' effect into account? :)
As to whether it's odd... I don't know. It depends partly how you see them; if you see them alone it's easier to talk about, if you see them in groups it might seem too odd to just blurt it out, though you'd think it would have come up at some point.
 Last night I discovered susan went to school with Tim and Tom.
|Date:||September 16th, 2005 11:51 am (UTC)|| |
Well, OK. Cambridge *is* very small. I should have said "no-one steph knows" and even that may have been proved untrue.
I only know Tom and Susan because they went to school with Tim! Or do I only know Tim and Susan because they went to school with Tom? Something like that...
Yes, something like that. Though they were all in our year doing maths too.