u/WreckMeSenpai's experience here perfectly illustrates why we hate group projects in school.
As commenters have discussed already, group projects may be a great educational analogue for the real world but that's just because they give you experience for what it's like to do all the work that other people are going to take credit for. Some people just don't care at all and, on the other side of the spectrum, you have to deal with anal perfectionists and over-the-top control freaks.
Unfortunately, u/WreckMeSenpai's group project experience is universal; their post on Reddit's r/MaliciousCompliance is one most of us can probably relate to. Who hasn't been forced to do most (if not all) of a group project by themselves? Kudos to her for getting the professor's superiors involved and (possibly) leading to his mysterious disappearance from his position by the start of the next semester.
For more college experiences read about this college girl who got even when she was asked to stop walking around braless in her own dorm.
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