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Hello!!

My name is Steffani, I am 26 and in Lancashire. I've just started learning BSL and would love to try and get to know people with similar interests so we can be BSL friends :) 

I listen to K-pop, I am a veterinary nurse and a pet blood bank donor assistant (starting this weekend eeekk!!) Total nerd, love binge watching tv shows. I have a Dalmatian and a cat! 

Hopefully I will hear some people soon :D 

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Hey! My name is Lydia, I'm 21 and a paediatric nurse. I'm wanting to learn BSL to communicate with children who use sign language. I also live in Lancashire. Also love binge watching tv shows haha!! Need a few friends to start my BSL journey with too. 

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Hi guys! I'm Kate, I study Criminology with Sociology, I'm from Manchester. I looooove Harry Potter and crime documentaries, but also obsessed with Ru Paul's drag race 😂. I'd love some friends to practice BSL with, even though I am relatively new to learning I'd love the practice and hopefully we can help eachother! 

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Thanks for the responses guys! I don't really know how to get around this forum for replying but add me on Facebook? I'm super new on the course (up to learning animals!) But would love it if we can help each other? 

It's steffani Webster if you search me 😘 

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Hi Steffani,

I am ARMY 💜 and would be happy to chat about K-Pop with you! none of my friends are into it as much as me haha. 

I am also at the beginner stage of learning Korean, using Duolingo and Mondly. 

Viv

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On 27/01/2021 at 13:55, ChubbyMuggle said:

Hey! I watch the occasional k drama and I do enjoy them! Just finished start up on Netflix and loved that! X

 

I loved startup, wasn't too interested in the love triangle but still a pretty good drama. 

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