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Clouwd 0 karmaNovember 2012
@kaptain_kompost yeah a lot of us Brits do, I personally prefer saying in but you know...
CiaranCrook 0 karmaNovember 2012
This is my university! Coventry
trotman2 0 karmaNovember 2012
Greetings fellow Coventry University student
kaptain_kompost 0 karmaNovember 2012
Can any Brits/British English speakers clarify this for me? Do people actually say to sit "on" a row?
deleted_user -1 karmaNovember 2012
You sit "in" a row BUT "on" the back/front row.... "in" would be the place in the row BUT "on" would be the row itself. Imagine a string of beads.. the string is the row (on) and the beads are "in" the row... hope that helps
AdamRules247 0 karmaNovember 2012
MelikaJ 0 karmaNovember 2012
WISH my lecturers were like this. Apart from rule 3, because seat 14 on the back row is the acoustic sweet spot and is my 'spot'.
Tnsgirl13 +2 karmaNovember 2012
Ok Sheldon
MelikaJ +2 karmaNovember 2012
He has it so right! Picking your own spot, and basing it around things like sound and temperature should be a priority for all people, it brings a sense of structure and comfort that is simply unparalleled.
deleted_user 0 karmaNovember 2012
There is so negligible effect with that though. The acoustics are so minutely changed where you sit. The comfort part just sounds like OCD...

Sorry, I'm just impatient when it comes to certain people believing that stuff like this is so important when it's so not.
skippyyy +2 karmaNovember 2012
In some theatres (for me at least) the back row always seems to have more leg room - the others are so cramped. Also don't you hate somebody moving their leg or whatever and it impacting you in the seat infront? Minimal disturbance + more room + (as you said) same acoustics...surely it's obvious?
Tnsgirl13 +2 karmaNovember 2012
Does noone get that it's just a sarcastic reference to Big Bang Theory?
skippyyy +1 karmaNovember 2012
I got that bit, this was more aimed at tripleSSS
crossfusion -15 karmaNovember 2012
teachers should worry about teaching their subject before making stupid rules
darkandstormynight +1 karmaNovember 2012
How can they expect students to learn in an environment with no rules?
deleted_user +1 karmaNovember 2012
I swear, this would make students actually do something rather than just suck the atmosphere out of the room. I like having teachers or lecturers like these