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16 Photos That Prove Why People Hate Group Projects

Trust me, people who have survived a group project once are no way doing it twice.

#1

That's fair.
emmayendellcat / Via twitter.com

#2

Awesome yearbook quote!
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#3

I had 3 simultaneous group projects last semester and this sums up how I feel about it perfectly.
theal_mighty_spek / Via reddit.com

#4

Some people were being bossy and didn't listen to other people.
hhelenoftroy / Via tumblr.com

#5

He was researching group work.
missjardinera / Via reddit.com

#6

Time to talk to the professor? Maybe 2 weeks ago??
virtuallyluci / Via twitter.com

#7

HYSTERlCQUEEN / Via twitter.com

#8

Honestly, being terrible at group projects seems to be a culturally specific thing.
therealmelhem / Via twitter.com

#9

We were never assigned partners. We picked them ourselves.
kylesapprentice / Via tumblr.com

#10

"First of all I just want you to know I have o boyfriend. Remember I have a boyfriend. It's important having boyfriend."
CallihanDawg / Via twitter.com

#11

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#12

Lmao what was the response?
Kakapoopoopeepeeshir / Via reddit.com

#13

Reading the first few words, I thought she was going to say "... because I know nothing." I guess that would apply to the rest of the group.
cocktailmother / Via twitter.com

#14

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#15

You went out of your way to write a really sincere message offering help and she eventually responds with "I lost a lot of respect for you". It's like she's trying to be as useless as possible.
tamiraisredditing / Via reddit.com

#16

"I wanted to see which group I got a better grade in."
I'm not saying you're gonna get a better grade in the other group...but it definitely won't be this group.
peiattention / Via reddit.com

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